Bizarre Noir | Pop Songs for Ugly People

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Pop Songs for Ugly People

by Bizarre Noir

A dark carnival comes to life!
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tickets!
1:08 $0.99
2. Fun House
5:54 $0.99
3. Greatest Show
4:12 $0.99
4. Zoltar
4:19 $0.99
5. Peep Show
2:20 $0.99
6. Wonder Drug
2:25 $0.99
7. Freak Parade
2:28 $0.99
8. Monster Party
3:47 $0.99
9. Gerbella
5:17 $0.99
10. Horse Face
3:38 $0.99
11. Music Box
1:34 $0.99
12. The Amazing Thing
6:25 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Bizarre Noir's "Pop Songs for Ugly People" Album Credits
Produced by:
Scott Radway, Chris Charles, & Craig Smoot
Mixed by:
Scott Radway
Mastered by:
Jack Lavey
Recorded, Engineered & Production Assistance by: Ryan Koch at Arkbarn Studios
Cover art by: Lydia Burris
CD Label art by: Josh Spellman
Additional art by: Craig A. Roberts & Charles Shane Stanley
CD Layout by: Benjamin Higgins

Music & Lyrics Written by: Craig Smoot & Chris Charles
Craig Smoot: Vocals, Guitar, & Keys
Chris Charles: Vocals & Kazoo
Daniel Barnett: Bass
Elias Sanchez: Drums
Mark Ortwein: Contra bassoon, bass clarinet, flute, bassoon & saxophones (bass, tenor, alto, soprano)
Gest Vocals by: Brendan "Horse Face" Vandergraff & Ryan Koch

"Pop Songs for Ugly People lives up the originality of the band. It reads more like a musical than your traditional, everyday album. In fact the album has so much depth that it was more like listening to a story put to music than it was just a handful of songs thrown together. The saxophone peppered in throughout is an unexpected surprise. It’s almost as if Primus and George Michaels got together to write a broadway soundtrack for American Horror Story: Freak Show."
-Drunk Octopus Magazine



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