BipTunia songs

New BipTunia album, Felis Bippus

Here’s the track listing:

# SONG LENGTH TIME INTO FILE
1 I Don’t Want What You Got Anymore 4:47 0 hour. 00 min. 00 sec.
2 These Cats 4:52 0 hour. 04 min. 47 sec.
3 Kratom Blues 1:38 0 hour. 09 min. 39 sec.
4 Arpeggiate the State 3:25 0 hour. 11 min. 17 sec.
5 Don’t Step on the Truffulas! 2:56 0 hour. 14 min. 43 sec.
6 Statism Symptoms 5:01 0 hour. 17 min. 40 sec.
7 Black Cat on a Pumpkin 2:38 0 hour. 22 min. 39 sec.
8 As the Pillars of Creation Fall 2:41 0 hour. 25 min. 18 sec.
9 On Approach to Alpha-Centauri 1:46 0 hour. 28 min. 00 sec.
10 Taxation is Midi Art Theft 0:32 0 hour. 29 min. 47 sec.
11 Tea with the Emperor’s Concubines 2:18 0 hour. 30 min. 20 sec
12 John Vibes with Jerry Garcia’s Guns 2:25 0 hour. 32 min. 37 sec
13 A Musical Enema for Your Lymph System 14:59 0 hour. 35 min. 04 sec
14 There Are Good Days and Bad Days, and This Is One of Them 15:06 0 hour. 50 min. 03 sec
15 Can Grains in a Tornado Go Right Through Ya? 26:14 1 hour. 05 min. 09 sec
  TOTAL 91 minutes  

Note: on iTunes and elsewhere there is a ten-minute limit on songs being able to sell separately, unless you want your album to be sold “album only” with no singles available. So on those places, this record has 19 songs, not 15. It’s the exact same music, but the last three songs are split up like this:

13 – A Musical Enema for Your Lymph System, Part 1 of  2
14  – A Musical Enema for Your Lymph System, Part 2 of  2
15 – There Are Good Days and Bad Days, and This Is One of Them, Part 1 of  2
16 – There Are Good Days and Bad Days, and This Is One of Them, Part 2 of  2
17 – Can Grains in a Tornado Go Right Through Ya?, Part 1 of  3
18 – Can Grains in a Tornado Go Right Through Ya?, Part 2 of  3
19 – Can Grains in a Tornado Go Right Through Ya?, Part 3 of 3


On the physical CD, songs 1-14 from the chart above are intact, with nothing split up. But song 15 wouldn’t fit, so it’s a bonus track you can download with a QR code on the CD art.


All music written and recorded by Michael W. Dean between August 15, 2017 and November 5, 2017. Covered by BipCot NoGov license. This allows…blah blah blah.

“Hobo Invocation” in “There Are Good Days and Bad Days, and This Is One of Them” by Phil Wormuth. Plus one song has MWD singing a few lines of ramble as an homage to some unknown poet, RAZ, who himself borrowed a lot of his lyrics from a variety of sources.

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