The Mysticism of my Fucking Sound by Preggy Peggy & The Lazy Babymakers
"Preggy is me, Angela, the owner of Weirdo, with my pal James, who just happens to be a completely spectacular guitar player. More pissy hiss & distortion than usual on this one. But usual suspects like Korg bumbling, ukulele, & whiney high-pitched squealing are all in evidence. Can't remember any offhand, but heaven knows I have a deep-seated penchant for quoting cartoon records, so there's probably at least one of those around. And I definitely recall a horrifically mangled attempt at singing phonetic arabic at the end. Track titles were made up by local gigolo Kris Price, Don Cherry, & Dean from Jan & Dean. Dylan Nyoukis was generous enough to issue this on his totally primo Chocolate Monk label, over which I'm quite agog. Afraid there's only a couple copies to go around for the moment, but hope to have more again before too long. Tracklisting: I'm Glad My Dad Is Sad, A Man Walks Into a Duck With a Bar on His Head, Baby It's Cold Inside, A Broken Vag Is Like a Broken Badge, Saran Wrap Man, C.E.L.E.B.R.A.T.E., The Mysticism of My Fucking Sound, When The World Isn't There, A Dyke A Kike & a Ten Speed Bike, Just Don't Forget Peggy Is the Boss."
"Nothing so mysterious when you get right down to it really. The song is a cover of a later section that shows up about 20 minutes into an Mohammed Abdel Wahab song sung by Oum Kalthoum. It's called 'W'Daret El-Ayyam', which apparently means something like 'And the Days Have Gone By'. As everyone who knows me knows, I just can't resist a good waltz, and that one's a real snooker. What scant arabic I know all comes from staring at old records, and this is not an especially efficient method for learning foreign languages. So the pronunciation, much like my ukulele playing, is completely out to lunch." -Angela
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