Various Artists / Why Is Anything Forbidden? Vol.2 A Tribute To Cash Money Records
Album:Why Is Anything Forbidden? Vol.2 A Tribute To Cash Money Records Collection:General
Artist:Various Artists Added:Oct 2006
Label:Deathbomb Arc 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2006-10-08 Pull Date:2006-12-10 
Week Ending:Nov 12Nov 5Oct 29Oct 22Oct 15

Recent Airplay
1.Jan 30, 2009:The Pants Down Oval Office
Who Lives By It
4.Oct 27, 2006:Carrots & Sticks...But Mostly Sticks
Your So Called Notoriety
2.Nov 10, 2006:Carrots & Sticks...But Mostly Sticks
Big Pimpin'
5.Oct 26, 2006:Cognitive Overload
C$ Fresh
3.Nov 02, 2006:Cognitive Overload
Hindered By The Chain On His Wrist
6.Oct 25, 2006:I once was canadian
The Killer This Time Isnt Me

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2006-10-02 
For sheer no-holds-barred pushing the envelope, nay the definition of “music” (or at least great fucked up shit) few labels match Deathbombarc, and this is a collection of their “finest” (the few, the proud). Actually this runs the gamut: starting with an indie folk song straight from the Will Oldham fakebook (wha’?!) into some ear-splitting noise, sound collage, low-fi, then into some really interesting stuff that certainly qualifies as “D” or at least “D-X”. I dunno, if you were wondering what single cd to burn at kzsu that would give you the most “out there”, cutting edged sampling, before you split Stanford, look no further.

1) sensitive indie-folk: sounds exactly like will Oldham, bonnie prince billy or something like that, odd song out
2) 1 minute barrage of synth-noise, synth/noise, harsh, ouch!
3)FCC, spoken word
4) FCC (too bad)
5) casio toy-synth pop, childlike, acidsoxx type
6) cool noisey downtempo beat, heavily treated voices subliminal over eastern toned stereo panned melody, great!!
7) cool sound collage, low fi, looped, bizarre
8) kinda of a trippy downtempo thing with a woman wailing, blends nicely into the next track
9) downtempo feel, some eastern bowing tones, George Harrison channeling through layers of plastic and angel dust
10) pretty fun stuff: “F-R-E-S-H” fresh fresh! Funky simplicity
11) electronic collage, spastic and noisey
12) FCCs
13) simple low-fi pop, “the meaning of life was written on a phone book”
14) definitely the best band name winner: pounding, insane heavy cathartic crushing (who says “whats in a name?”)
15) simple casio-esque electronics, cool and noisey, pensive, dance music for those of us who took way too much LDS in the 70’s
16) brief treated collage/samples
17) FCCs(safe harbor only) fans of Chicks on Speed, Le Tigre, chick electro
18) upbeat noisey synth based electro-rock, melodic male/fem vocs
19) upbeat 2/4 beat breaks down, low-fi noisey, electronic
20) dark electro, electro-clash rappy feel
21) “Me So Horny”, bunch of dudes singing, silly, strange as hell sarcastic electronic
22) FCCs
23) dirgey slop noise rock
24) noisey sample collage
25) noisey sample collage that uses treated 70’s funk soul as sound bed
26) sample collage, schitzo
27) quiet start to very brief ear crushing noise

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1.BelloqThe Killer This Time Isnt Me
2.Rainbow BlanketHindered By The Chain On His Wrist
3.Crystal LakeSolid Fucking Cash
4.Business LadySlow Motion
5.Captain AhabPlay
6.Berkowitz Lake And DahmerFall Of The Shady Tobacconist
7.DanyyysI Can Do-No
8.UmeThe Down Low Slow Down
9.Hand Fed BabiesWho Lives By It
10.Friends ForeverC$ Fresh
11.AtoleTweet Tweet
12.Tender ButtonsBeer Full Of Cameras
13.My Little Red ToeHornate Orange
14.Mommy Wont Wake UpNew.Bass.Meant.For.Millionaires
15.Tres QuatroHardcore Blastbangin
17.Pho (Feat. Rose For Bohdan)Big Pimpin'
18.AnavanYour So Called Notoriety
19.Yuma NoraYou Can't Get Nothing For Gold Fronts
20.Ewey Decimator R.I.P.Flying Duo
21.Kreamy 'lectric SantaMe So Horny 2
22.Micose And The Mau MausFarto Money Cash Honey
23.Sharp Ease, TheNo
24.AlarmistBack That Tush Up
25.Child PornographyThere's Nothing Like
26.Bill Pickett's Invitational RodeoBack That Cash Up
27.Xiu XiuClowne Towne (Nicetape! Version By The Cherry Point)