New song! You download it, you listen to it. It's that whole thing, like you're used to. This one is a recording made for an as-yet untitled album of children's songs, to be distributed through a nice charity. Why? Blame the John Benjamin Band for all this big-heartedness. Blame him also for the hosting of this track until Front gets it together to replace the amazing songhole.org (RIP) with a high-capacity alternative.
If you can host a few gigs (15-40) of transfer per month and want to hook mssr. front up with his own FTP account, you let us know. Wowsers, that was quick! Huge thanks to Roy & Joe of scenic Portland, OR.
MC Frontalot will spend the rest of the day and/or month mourning the conscience of the American people.
If you live in Brooklyn and want to make him feel better, why not stop by and lend him your extra PS2 and a copy of San Andreas? Or you could just paypal him enough free money to go rent such a setup for himself.
There will be lots of new songs soon! We know that regular readers of the frontalot.com news rectangle take a dim view of our notion of "soon."
Until then, enjoy some of Front's earlier (and seemingly ever underdogged) political material, keep an eye on the forces of good as well as the forces of eeble, and don't let the fronting fade from your heart.
MC Frontalot is sick of waiting for the election. He would urge you to register to vote, but it is probably too late. Instead he proffers this message: if you registered, actually vote! Only then is the circle of life complete.
To honor the fiercely non-partisan centrism of frontalot.com, a certain someone has reimagineered the beat and provided a full remix of Special Delivery. Want it? Happy Thursday! This track was on a comp called BushTrashers which has been pulled from distribution by Homeland Security for undisclosed reasons.
Speaking of new things to listen to, wouldn't you like to hear the whole of Front's 2004 Penny Arcade Expo performance? Here's Yellow Lasers in case you don't believe us when we say that the bootleg is of questionable quality and that the rapper's attention to such basics as accurate lyrics is ever suspect. Here's the Valued Sucker Program if you want the rest of the MP3s.