Texas Faggott ‎– Petoman's Peflett

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Exogenic Records ‎– EXOCD07
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1 Hector Sector (Generals Favourite) 5:58
2 Love Ice 4:13
3 Hoosianna 4:40
4 Lung Lock 5:04
5 Jäätelöautomaatti
Performer [Created By] – K. Koskinen*
3:39
6 U 4:54
7 Rock The Beat Now
Performer [Created By] – F. Faggott*
6:17
8 Impastil 3:34
9 Breast Boogie
Performer [Created By] – F. Faggott*
5:30
10 Lemuria 3:07
11 Millenibum 4:20
12 Humour Tumour 5:13
13 Resergean 12:54

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℗&© Exogenic Records 2000
Made in Finland.

Track 10 & 11 released on Back To Mad 12"
Track 12 released on V/A-Fusion Vs. Confusion
Track 13 T. Thick
Thanks to "Petoman" Hanuri Sarjanen

Track 13 is silent after the 5:39 mark.
Issued in 6-panel cardboard sleeve. Due to the design it seems like this release has two front covers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 420611 260701
  • Barcode (String): 6420611260701
  • Matrix / Runout: EXOCD 07 MPO 01 @@@ 4
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 122L

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SabKuchMilegator

SabKuchMilegator

June 12, 2008
edited about 1 year ago

May I present you the undisputed crown of suomisaundieh! TF is quite good with their self-titled deput already but here they peak.
The music takes itself with self-irony and should be approached with Simon Posford, or better yet, David Archuleta kinda smile. The music is probably best understood by Japanese or Finnish people, who spend most of their days keeping their mouth shut, but in the weekends open the vodka bottle, pop those depression pills, and let the wordy coffin loose.
This album, even if being totally hilarious with all the sampling, quirky melodies and fast unexpected change of themes, is detailed with the utmost talent. That's the charm this album holds. It takes a lot of courage to even try to translate the sort of "asylum mentality" into sound, and a mastermind to end up with phenomenal results like this.
U gotta hear dis. This is one of a kind album even in suomiscene, and has inspired countless of later artists. It's much of this album's example that has given us the suomisaundi genre we know today.