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Sir Millard Mulch 50 Intellectually Stimulating Themes From a Cheap Amusement Park for Robots and Aleins, Vol. 1 album cover
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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. An Essay on Milk (2:10)
2. A Breif History of Broccoli (2:43)
3. 15 Interesting Things To Do With Tiny Chairs (1:45)
4. I Brought My Love A Bungee Cord (0:44)
5. The Keeper Of The Carrot (2:12)
6. The Boy With The Perfectly Square Butthole (2:32)
7. On A Quest For Strange Socks Rip (0:37)
8. Infinitesimal Beads Of Graphite Dust (0:43)
9. Vegans From Outer Space Pt. 1 & 2 (2:39)
10. At the Zoo (1:59)
11. The Happy Birthday Song (1:35)
12. Ice Skating With An Intelligent Ireland (1:24)
13. 3 Become One (Spice Girls) (0:17)
14. Shit Rag No. 1 (1:17)
15. Take Off! (2:13)
16. Last to Know (1:25)
17. Strapping Young Lad Medley (1:00)
18. Tent Rentals (0:07)
19. Grandpa Al. Vs. the Hot Wampa (1:29)
20. Donald Treglia's Nickname (1:33)
21. Soap? (0:17)
22. Who? (0:14)
23. A Letter From Nostradamus (1:33)
24. An Educated Guess-Simon Said (0:42)
25. Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast! (1:53)
26. Who is Brad Freeze? (0:08)
27. Seventeen (Winger) (1:42)
28. Mrs. Alan's Camera Abridged (0:22)
29. Get Out of My House (0:30)
30. John Pt. 1 (2:03)
31. Mr. Apocolypse Tells His First Lie And Orders A Drink (0:30)
32. Is Phillip's Brother a Squirrel? (0:15)
33. A Review Of Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged (0:31)
34. 15 Interesting Things To Do With Tiny Chairs II (3.30)
35. Old Lady had a Weiner (1:39)
36. Smooth Baby Smooth (0:38)
37. The Definition of the Lemon [Live] (0:36)
38. I like Short Songs (DK) (0:34)
39. Bat (1:13)
40. James Pitts in Bondage (3:59)
41. Mr. Rosenberg's Guide To Sucess In Communication (1:30)
42. Kathleen (0:37)
43. Battle Hymn Of The Suburban Horticulturalist (0:29)
44. The Hardest Bone in Frank's Body (0:22)
45. A LEcture of Coffee (0:49)
46. Freeze Five (1:31)
47. The Puppet and the Shovel (2:38)
48. Onion (1:24)
49. Nothing Else Matters (Metallica) (1:19)
50. I Got Bit by a Hamster (1:17)
51. The Definition of the Banana (1:31)
52. Goodnight (5:25)
53. Track 53 (0:34)

Total Time: 73:09

Line-up / Musicians

Sir Millard Mulch, Genius: Composition, Atari 1040 Ste (Low-Density Floppy Drive, Flickering Monochrome Monitor, No Hard Drive, 4 Megs RAM, 2400 bps Modem, Knotted cables, Box of Broken Mice, 10 bucks obo), MIDI-Sequencing via Cubase, Guitar, 6 String Bass, Keyboard, Mandolin, Stewarts Cornet Mouthpiece, Horrible Vocals, Minimal Acoustic Drums, Percussion, Sound Effects, all other bad ideas...

Flail Tenacious: Backing Vocals on "Chairs 1" & "Broccoli", Cover Art, 1/2 Executive Production, Profreading, Astronomical Extra-Curricular Expenses

Pat McDonald:Drums on "Broccoli" & "Zoo" & "Who?" & Goodnight!" & Chairs 1" & "Square" Vocals on "Banana"

Disappearing Harold: Chewing on "Banana", Rickenbacher on "Zoo", Percussion on "Bungee", Buitar & 2nd Vocals & 4-track Recording on "Bondage", Mixing Assistance

Mr. Chewbode: Diskfinger 1.0 Software Programming, Background Vocals on "Broccoli" & "Chairs 1"

William Maier III: Feeback Guitar on "House", Narrations on "Coffee" Vocals & Problems & Banging around on "Sophisticated", Vocals on "Guess"

W. Spoon: Remote phone vocals on "Who?", CHeese Curd Smuggler

Queen Kathleen: Phone vocals on "Kathleen"

Edgar Tafel, F.A.I.A: Narration on "Milk", coughing on "Goodnight!"

The Arabs: Vocals on "2 Become 1"

Peter Cox: Sample Librarian

Viathespy: Nothing. Aboslutely Nothing.

Dr. Plutonium Wilson: Rooster Toaster/Ray Gun/Clock/8mm Camera/Blender/Soll/Leave.Cheese Curds/Silverware on "Sophisticated", Disc Art

Kuh...: Piano on "Camera"

Mr. Freeze: Vocals on & Lyrics on "Frank & "Smooth", Vocals on "Socks" & "Brad Freeze" & "Review"

The Legendary James Pitts: Lead Guitar on "Lemon", Vocals on "Apocalypse"

Brad Murray: 2nd Vocals on "Lemon", Named "Hamster", Chorus Lyrics on "Bondage", Webpage Design

Mike Queen, J. Gomez, Yukobi the Dog: Rough-Housing on "Chairs 1"

Dale!: Coined "Grandpa Al"

JHVH-3: AB Dick 9810 on "Milk"

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4 stars It seems strange that Millard would start out this strong and release such a poop turd of an album afterward (To Hell with...). There are 53 tracks of interestingly thought out goofball goodness on this release and it is not only the foundation for James Pitts and the Boy with the Perfectly Squa ... (read more)

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