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bseretan on 01/10/2013 at 08:15AM

Porn Music for the Masses

Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka

Comfort Stand Recordings was a real pioneer in the whole "legally giving away music for free" thing on the Internet. They were an active netlabel from 2003 - 2006 - Radiohead's In Rainbows came out in 2007. Though they're no longer offering new releases, they've maintained their website and their archives. Lots of releases to choose from, plus their "About" page is an interesting sort-of time capsule from the last decade. Comfort Stand Recordings contributes to the FMA - you can find their curator page here.

One of their more popular releases is Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka: Porn Music for the Masses. It's just what it sounds like - cheesy, soft-focus, poolboy seducing, disco-inflected, recreational drug use cuts with a wide range of styles and contributors, including a guest appearance by R. Stevie Moore.

Get out the satin sheets and the tripod and check out the highlighted tracks below. And download all of Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka Vol 1 here. Then check out Vol 2 here.

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Uncle_Dracula on 04/24/2012 at 09:39PM


Cheers, my FMA pals!

I started here blind as a bat, through the labyrinth of the FMA. The soundwaves have bounced back from the noisy underground and resonated inside my skull, driving the hunger for more. So, here's to finding a favorite artist, album, or track, and seeing one of you there already! I'm so surprised at the uncanny similarities in what we like. It's great seeing all the participation, and networking of members, curators, and artists. I will continue playing phantom DJ through my mixes, and enjoy being a part of this community... much better than the last community... the angry mob that charged my home with pitchforks, finally setting it on fire.

Stay tuned for more!

Uncle Dracula


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Uncle_Dracula on 03/24/2012 at 10:13PM

My 1st mix on the FMA...

Dig it.

Hiya, creeps!

It took me a few tries navigating this thing, but within a couple of days of digging, Uncle Dracula's got a mix for ya! I must say this, I am an obsessive mix maker, and I aim to make each one feel like a real album, or at least a soundtrack to some hypothetical cult VHS starring Uncle Dracula. With the exception of a few songs on each mix, I am barely familiar with these artists, working way-outta my comfort zone for mix making. I never made a mix this way before, but I am pleased with the results! They will always be under 80 minutes, so they can fit on a CDR (or cassette!?), as infinite iturd playlists are against my religion. Stay tuned for more.

Lucifer in the sky with aliens,

Uncle Dracula




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