Well well well, it's been busy around here! We are some several gigs over our quota for giving you lovely people free nerdcore hiphop this month, so the music page links are pointing to what the germans call auszeittehostlichen. 'Round here we call it IUMA, and I am thankful when it is returning my MP3s instead of error pages.
Had trouble finding frontalot.com lately? Those pesky domain registrars, they always want the money BEFORE they renew your name. My bad.
News flash! There is a brand new MC Frontalot song, called My Sister. However, you may not hear it unless you join the frontalot.com Valued Sucker Program. I have been promising those suckers an exclusive track for a while, and now they have it. $2.50 wins you my heart.
New songs coming? Yeah, yeah, we've heard that before. Tell us when they're done. Look forward to: a theme song for a very special web comic (is it about special kids? no.) and also that long-rumored duet with a certain famed genius rapper.
We have been talking smack about file sharing lately. Searches yield between five and seven different WRONG-ASS band names pasted onto the exact same recording of the Gourds singing Gin & Juice. This fine band is accused of being every bunch of hippies or pop stars you can imagine. Thank merciful christmas that the Frontalot web team is here to keep things real. Another terrible thing about file sharing: we can't find Sparklehorse's cover of Gin & Juice. Grrrr. If anyone wants to sell us their old 7" dirt cheap, write in.
Ike Turner Song Alert! It is the classic "Garbage Man" by the Family Vibes. You can find it with your favorite file sharing software. Maybe!
Hey, did we forget to update the quote of the week last week? That line from our good friend Noam looks kind of familiar. Hurm. Check next week.
Craig's List is the awesomest. Front and flatmates are enjoying hi-dose radiation therapy thanks to their brand new previously owned 26" television (13K). It cost ten dollars. That's 38.5 cents per diagonal inch.
Considerably more expensive (on a per-inch basis) is the solid platinum pocket protector, recently custom-crafted and delivered to Frontalot HQ by armed guards. Guess where we bought that (106K).
How to afford such extravagance? The Front has sold out, obviously. Evidence is rife at the Palo Alto Gamescape, where the MC's likeness can be seen shilling party games (73K).
And since it seems to be Photo Week here at frontalot.com, we offer this charming snap: MC Frontalot and Kompressor loitering in front of a donut shop (214K). The trippy colors are so that you can't tell if you're hallucinating or not.