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Considerable Jesus / For Fun and Prophet
Album:For Fun and Prophet Collection:General
Artist:Considerable Jesus Added:11/2003
Label:Acidsoxx Musicks 

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Add Date:2004-02-23 Pull Date:2004-04-26 
Week Ending:2 May11 Apr4 Apr21 Mar14 Mar7 Mar29 Feb
Airplays:1111233

 Recent Airplay
1.Oct 19, 2006:Cognitive Overload
Do You Like Me?, Is this a Setup
4.Jul 07, 2005:SubbingForBaptism
This Is My T-Shirt, Roadability
2.Aug 30, 2005:Stortyime! - creepy . . .
Aches and Pains, Roadability
5.Apr 26, 2004:Women Who Rock
She Sighs
3.Jul 26, 2005:Storytime!
Roadability
6.Apr 05, 2004:Fly By Night
The Hollow Men (Ts Elliot)

Album Review
Mandy Khoshnevisan
Reviewed 2004-02-09 
Sort of electronica-pop-ambient-spoken word with lots of beats, a lush, dark sound, and a huge sense of humor. Spacey, metallic beats, lush, slightly chaotic or dissonant sounds, with samples, sung vocals, or funny spoken word. Always off-kilter and at least a little cartoonishly over-synthed. This is great! Spoken word pieces are: 5, 6, 8, 12, 15, 17, 18

*1. * (5:52) lush, full slow pop, with placid acoustic guitars, male vocals in harmony, layered over with dissonant car screeches and metallic slams.
*2. *(4:13) industrial, dark, spacy with delicate poppy playful female voices
*3. *(3:52) samples from funny British painkiller commercial, with soothing/metallic celtic-y background
4. (3:43) buzzy, uneasy, with impassioned voice singing “What is life”
*5. *(4:34) Spoken word instructions for T-Shirt operation, over non-tempo slow buzzy elec guitar arpeggios
6. (0:41) Collection of voices discussing: Is this a Setup?
7. (3:06) funny countoff! Then rockin’ out, synthy style; a “rock” song with yell-sung vocals
*8. * (6:22) laid-back funky groove under spoken distorted story about Used Fruit, with female-sung chorus
9. (0:28) weird little piano-synth interlude; segues into 10
10. (3:49) synthy sax duet over slow plodding funky blues; half-spoken occasional vocals and harmonies (accented in German)
11. (3:39) oversynthed funk, drugged-out ahhs; “rap?” about the Scientist; goes psychedelic halfway through
12. (0:50) voices discussing: “are you coming with me?”
13. (3:38) helicopters, dark bleak noises, ominous droning vocals; takeoff of Eliot’s “the Hollow Men”
14. (6:07) slow, drunken over-wavery tuneless guitar/synth, scary background music; tuneless half-singing
*15. * (5:41) echoey drums, industrial sounds, hollow-sounding recitation of Eliot’s “The Hollow Men”—read in that cliché beat-poet style
16. (6:03) synth-“eastern,” with jingles, synth sitar, electric guitar? with TV-recorded Swedish monologue; gains a beat
*17. *(3:12) FCC! –“shitty.” Dark synthy/guitar rockin, behind sampled people discussing life as a cockroach. (mentions Kafka)
*18. *(4:17) starts w/kitchen sounds; loungy funky electronica behind spoken word about sauce castastrophes
*19. *(3:33) spacy, echoey, happy poppy female vocals, boingy sounds

--reviewed by mandy (la chanteuse)

Track Listing
1.Roadability 10.Intrinsic Dirt
2.She Sighs 11.The Scientist
3.Aches and Pains 12.Are You Coming with Me?
4.What Is Life 13.The Hollow Men (Ac Sabirsh)
5.This Is My T-Shirt 14.I Hardly Know
6.Is this a Setup 15.The Hollow Men (Ts Elliot)
7.Do You Like Me? 16.The Swedish Model
8.Used Fruit 17.Life As a Cockroach
9.Widget Has His Way 18.Sauce
 19.She's Here Again