One winter, Teacher's blended scotch whiskey was on sale at the NBLC. Much of this was consumed as the Tasty Wangs prepared to record their debut album. But something was missing. The album name. And LSD. LSD mixed with Teacher's was a potent combination, and spun the band through a wishy-washy storm of seduction, crime, blemishes, farming, industrial espionage, sponge painting, car sales, and most importantly, Jazz.
Jazz was the focal point of the acid slur, hardened by the whiskey into a tangible stick, used in violent acts against the band members. Eyebrows were split, pelvis' shattered, penises were squeezed like rancid teenage pimples, feet were twisted off and then hammered into sickly sloshing meatbags. It was disgusting.
However, as the LSD/Teacher's began to wear off, the boys were left coated with a slick film of something. Something palpably important, and honorable. It was jazz, and it was something that would stay with the band for a life time.
released December 12, 2009
Beverly Price - Drums, vocals, great ideas about dad songs
Lord Wigner - Bass, vocals, quacking
Vince the "Neon" Shark - Pocket pool, guitar, vocals, car sales
Rinse Winston - Gentlemanly acts
Uncredited Noones as The Wangettes (Courtesy of Warner Records)
Steven Zaionz - Special Material
Sean Boyer - Recording and Mixing @ Studio Space and Studio Boytimes
Studio Boytimes release BOY005
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