Artist: Negativland

Album: Dispepsi

Appears On (Mixes): Revme.Vox.Com

Song Notes: So, it turns out that you can apparently download these if you put the RSS feed URL into your iTunes Podcast Thingy and it'll automatically download them—only it'll put the title of the post in the title field of the mp3 and the name in the artist or something. I think that's what Dezro said—at any point you'll have to clean it up. So, hooray for that, but if I find a different, easier way, I'll be sure to share it. (Though, apparently this is more for podcasts than really sharin' stuff like this, but whatever.)

Anyway, this cut is from Negativland's Dispepsi album, which is my favorite Negativland record, even though it's one of their biggest departures, having much more in the way of song-oriented stuff on it (though their other albums had lots of songs too, and Sex Dirt was all songs, but whatever, shut up). Dispepsi seems to be one of the most cohesive, strongest Negativland records, with one major theme (advertising as seen through the lens of one corporate example) running through it. Negativland has a strong, but little-known, gift for melody. After all, when they do a song-song, it's actually very catchy and gets lodged in your head forever and ever. - Rev. Syung Myung Me