Earl Zinger ‎– Earl Zinger's Put Your Phazers On Stun Throw Your Health Food Skyward

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1 Intro 1:08
2 On My Way Home 2:34
3 Song 2Wo
Written-By – Blur
4 Intro 0:18
5 Battle Of The Mic 1:18
6 Escape From Ibiza 3:38
7 Last Of The Great Bassline Hunters 3:12
8 Ringa Dinga Zinga 1:09
9 Go Round 3:30
10 Egyptian In The Red 1:05
11 ... 0:55
12 Galaxy
Written-By – War
13 Metropolis 3:12
14 Story Of The Heaviest Bassline Ever 2:07
15 Learning To Fly 3:56
16 Did They Write On You 3:13
17 Saturday Morning Rush 3:58
18 Got To Get To Ibiza 3:39

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All songs published by Chrysalis Music Ltd. Except "Song 2wo" which is published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd and "Galaxy" which is published by Far Out Music.

(c)&(p)2001 Red Egyptian

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 30003 71172 5
  • Label Code: LC 07306



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December 5, 2011

Ridiculous amounts of fun from Earl Zinger's debut PUT YOUR PHAZERS ON STUN THROW YOUR HEALTH FOOD SKYWARD. "On My Way Home" is a little bit of talk-sing organ jazz, while "Song 2Wo" is all about the dub thump. The humor comes to the forefront on "Escape From Ibiza," namechecking his downtempo-jazz-archnemesis, Rob Da Bank, (its sister track, "Got to Get to Ibiza" appears later), and on "Last Of The Great Bassline Hunters," which takes its topic only semi-seriously. He takes the theme from "My Favorite Things" and transposes it into his own "Go Round," or goes straightforward mellow with "Metropolis." And is that a delicate string section I hear on "Learning to Fly"? It sort of matches the slow accordion-tones on "Did They Write On You." There's also the excitement of the narrative on "Saturday Morning Rush," a free-flowing story of someone eternally worried about being late. The obvious answer to all that? Take a look at the title.