“Y’ALL FORGOT TO PAY THE REALITY BILL” – The 57th, 58th, and 59th albums by BipTunia.
Run time: 1 hour + 59 minutes.
Release Date: April 16, 2021
All compositions, instruments, engineering, mastering, and album cover by Michael W. Dean.
Buy the album for one dollar on Album on BandCamp
TRACK LISTING (with EDOs / TETs on microtonal songs):
1. Mod Dom Thigh Repertoire (10 TET)
2. My Last Day Working at Tyrell Corp
3. Mr. Blister Bristle Embed Eerie Perm Spleen (31 EDO)
4. Heather’s Skirt Memo (14 EDO)
5. Meteorite Trough Group (13 EDO)
6. Internal Interstitial Examination
7. Thou Foreshadowed Monocytogenes
8. Pristine Beeper Smell
9. Relatively Sanctimonious Legwork (18 edo)
10. Xen New Wave Swing Speed Metal (10 TET)
11. New Arpness, Wyoming
12. Cloud Drum Boogie
13. Interstitial Remission
14. He or She Lost the Master Tapes
15. Heels Sink a Summoned TV Kept Leased Mile
16. Arp Me Baby, All Night Long
17. Westphalia Behemoths Whine (16 edo)
18. Improper Eruptive Bike (22 TET)
ABOUT THE SONG TITLES:
Some of these song titles are anagrams of song titles on previous BipTunia albums:
Kip Bip Empire Overture = Improper Eruptive Bike
Good Trip Her Time Her = Mod Dom Thigh Repertoire
Relentless Bip Empire = Pristine Beeper Smell
Otter Shimmer Shake = Heather’s Skirt Memo
Makes the Melvins Sound Like Speed Metal = Heels Sink a Summoned TV Kept Leased Mile
Second to the Shadow of Your Genome = Thou Foreshadowed Monocytogenes
Relentless Bip Empire Remembered = Mr. Blister Bristle Embed Eerie Perm Spleen
Screaming to Know You’re Still Alive + Relatively Sanctimonious Legwork (Could also have been “Socialite Networking Marvelously” or “Lukewarm Sovereignty Oscillation”)
Trip to the Rogue Morgue = Meteorite Trough Group (Could also have been “Euro Gourmet Tightrope”)
While The Beam Was in the Shop + Westphalia Behemoths Whine (Could also have been “Whitewash Bethlehem Pianos”)
One didn’t work as an anagram, so I named it “He or She Lost the Master Tapes” after an event on my mind at the time.
Thank you Richard H. Araujo for “Y’all.” It was a good call.