" Choke on my Hummer farts you miniscule, fuel-efficient pods of inferiority."
Can these ingredients add up to a band? It appears so. I am still trying to figure out just how much I like this but I offer it up to you so that you can decide as well. The band's name is The Born Again Floozies from Indianapolis, Indiana (go Colts!) and they define themselves as a Gypsy sidewalk trio. There is no doubt that this sound is really quite unique and a little out there. The vocals in the song Floozy Revival/Live it Up Now! (brought to you by Culpepper Log) consists of excerpts from a vintage late 60s Jimmy Swaggart sermon. And it works, in my mind...almost. I do think there is something missing from this particular song...it seems to be continually on the edge of a groove, but them stumbles for me.
Better though, is this song found on the latest Paste Sampler CD. The name of the song is I Used To Play The Euphonium and right from the start you know you are in for something unique and special. Whistles, drums, the tap dancer kicking off and a euphonium. This track is only up for the next 7 days so get it fast.
Still not tempted? Try this cover of the AC/DC song Highway to Hell. I know that will get at least one person's attention.
The Born Again Floozies Official Website
The Born Again Floozies My Space Page (where you can stream the song called Small P*&#s Compensation Vehicle)