MC Frontalot
The Tracks
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Secrets From The Future (2007)
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THE FUTURE. WILL IT BE TERRIFYING
OR
KIND OF AWESOME?
FIND OUT
BEFORE IT PROFFERS A STARTLE.
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A song about encryption. Composed at a hacker convention, while Front muttered curses at himself for having just logged into three different chat accounts across the "free" wireless.
Backing vocal: Ganda Suthivarakom | Drum programming: Baddd Spellah | Keyboards: Gminor7
Art | posted on 3.16.07
Chorus Vox: Sam Bigelow | Keyboards: Gminor7 | Drums: The Sturgenius
posted on 8.1.07
Our Achewood theme song, with the one and only Brad Sucks. This is the remixed and mastered album version, off of Secrets From The Future. Originally from the 2006 Song Fight.
Bass, Guitars, Synths, Chorus Vocals: Brad Sucks | Backup Synths: Gminor7 | Drums: The Sturgenius
Comic | Fight | posted on 11.22.06
Frontalot has yet to sire a whelp, but rest assured that if and when he does, it will have an IQ with four digits and a mean streak a week wide.
Drum Programming: Baddd Spellah | Keyboards: Gminor7 | The Baby: Jessica Neighbor | Backing Vox: Jess Klein | Theremin: Sean McPharlin | Scratching: DJ Snyder
The video is live, baby. | posted on 11.12.07
Organ: Gminor7 | Programming: Baddd Spellah | Chorus Vox: Jessica Neighbor | Guitar: Alec Berlin
posted on 8.1.07
With everyone's favorite super-rapper Whoremoans in the role of a person whose blog is not very good (and is terrible)(and bad). This song is not about your blog. Don't take it personally.
Drums: The Sturgenius | Harmonica: Doug Cheatwood | Backing Vox: Jessica Neighbor | Keyboards: Gminor7 | The Blogger: Whoremoans | Scratching: DJ Snyder
posted on 12.25.07
If you did not play a buttload of text adventures, this song will maybe make not any sense. But for the old-school Infocom junkies, this is the track you have been asking nicely for lo these many years.
Drum programming: Baddd Spellah | Keyboards: Gminor7 | Drums: The Categorical Imperative | Scratching: DJ Snyder
DivX | MOV | posted on 7.29.07
Regarding Front's favorite comic book shop in Manhattan.
Chorus Vox: Jess Klein | Keyboards: Gminor7 | Drums: The Sturgenius | Scratching: DJ Snyder
posted on 8.1.07
Robot: Kimmy Gatewood | Hold Music: Doctor Popular
posted on 8.1.07
Keyboards, Backing Vox: Gminor7 | Bass: Blak Lotus | Drums: The Sturgenius
posted on 8.1.07
Remixed by: Baddd Spellah | Ping Pong Master, Chorus Vox: MCF | Music and Lyric: Optimus Rhyme | Scratching: DJ Snyder
posted on 8.1.07
All new words! Not about Song Fight anymore.
Programming: Baddd Spellah | Additional Keyboards: Gminor7 | Radio Sax: Frankie Big Face | Date Night Desperada: Darkchylde McGloomypants
posted on 8.1.07
Programming: Mister Marvel
posted on 8.1.07
Produced by MC Frontalot, Baddd Spellah, and Nate Van iLL, with big thanks to Dan Cantor. Mastered by Alex Théorét at Turtle Tone, New York City. Recorded at Stately Fain Manor, Somerville, MA, and Underhill Downs, Brooklyn, NY. Sturgis Cunningham (AKA The Sturgenius) engineered by Mark Alan Miller at Slaughterhouse, Westhampton, MA. Dan Thiel (AKA The Categorical Imperative) engineered by Ayan Pal at 5d Studios, Brooklyn, NY. Music and lyrics by MC Frontalot, also known as Damian Hess. Except! Tracks 6, 10: music by Damian Hess and Gabriel Alter. Tracks 5, 12: music by Damian Hess and David T. Cheong. Tracks 1, 2, 4, 7, 8: music by Damian Hess, Gabriel Alter, and David T. Cheong. Track 11 (Ping Pong Song [Baddd Spellah Remix]): music and lyrics by Optimus Rhyme. ©2007 by Level Up Records And Tapes on behalf of Nerdcore Fervor Conglomerated (ASCAP). Cover illustration by Mike Krahulik. Back cover illustration by Jeffrey Rowland. Lyric spots by Chris Onstad and Jason Thomas. Tray/disc illustration by Owen Freeman. Design by suchascream.net.