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misterlettuce:

I have a little treat here for any follower that I have who may like Frank Zappa, and may be looking for something a little out of the ordinary.
This is a cassette by a Japanese Band called Nazo-Nazo Shokai, and it is all Frank Zappa covers, and pretty fun ones at that. The singing, for the most part, is in Japanese.
I grabbed this from Soulseek years ago, and I am not sure if this is complete. I am assuming that it is.
The tracklist is as follows:
1. Peaches (En Regalia)
2. Caroline Hardcore Ecstasy
3. Penguin in Bondage
4. Son of Mr. Green Genes
5. Son of Orange County
6. More Trouble Every Day
The link to download this out of print tape is: http://www.mediafire.com/download/82ux72nzf87y40d/nazo-nazo_shokai_-_oh,_zappa.rar

misterlettuce:

I have a little treat here for any follower that I have who may like Frank Zappa, and may be looking for something a little out of the ordinary.

This is a cassette by a Japanese Band called Nazo-Nazo Shokai, and it is all Frank Zappa covers, and pretty fun ones at that. The singing, for the most part, is in Japanese.

I grabbed this from Soulseek years ago, and I am not sure if this is complete. I am assuming that it is.

The tracklist is as follows:

1. Peaches (En Regalia)

2. Caroline Hardcore Ecstasy

3. Penguin in Bondage

4. Son of Mr. Green Genes

5. Son of Orange County

6. More Trouble Every Day

The link to download this out of print tape is: http://www.mediafire.com/download/82ux72nzf87y40d/nazo-nazo_shokai_-_oh,_zappa.rar

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kittysneezes:

(via Help Family After Cancer by Cara Hill - GoFundMe) SO HEY The Hills are pretty close friends of mine, and this is their GoFundMe. See, the thing is that they’ve been homeless for a while — they’ve finally found a place to stay for a while (after couch surfing for quite some time, including with me, which is how we met!). And they’ve been in trouble because Steve had cancer 15 years ago (and given a like, 10% survival rate) — they were able to agreessively treat it, so he is alive and cancer-free (YAAAAY!!!!), but still has a lot of medical trouble from the fact that the treatment was so aggressive. (BOO!!! — though, hey, it made him still be alive and cancer-free so I guess that’s still a bit “yay” too.) ANYWAY: This is America, so medical treatment is insanely expensive, so that’s why they’ve been hurting in terms of homelessness and stuff too. If you can share anything with the Hills, that would be AMAZING and make me incredibly happy. Even if you can’t (times are tough all over, I know), if you can just share this, it’d be just as good. They’re really good people. I help when I can, and hopefully y’all can help out some too. If you want, here’s the official rundown from Cara:

My husband Steve was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 15 years ago, after being given a 5 - 10% chance of survival. his treatment was so severe, it left him permanently disabled and unable to work. Turned down for disability benefits twice, he now has a lawyer who works on contengency- only in SSI disability claims in D.C., which can take up to a year. After having to sell our house, the three of us became homeless. My son Kai is a Type 1 insulin-resistant Diabetic and has been bald (but so beautiful) since right after this photo was taken, in Kindergarten. He is now 15. Our family needs enough money to pay massive medical bills, back rent, loans from friends, car repairs and to help us get by until the disability settlement comes through. My son needs to be in a stable living situation (not back in the car), so he can attend high school. Thank you for your help.

So yeah, please, help out anyway you can, if that’s donating or sharing, or simply sending good wishes. Thanks!

Just trying to signal boost this!  If you can help, that’d be lovely, or if you can just reblog this, that’d be super keen too.  Thanks!

kittysneezes:

(via Help Family After Cancer by Cara Hill - GoFundMe) SO HEY The Hills are pretty close friends of mine, and this is their GoFundMe. See, the thing is that they’ve been homeless for a while — they’ve finally found a place to stay for a while (after couch surfing for quite some time, including with me, which is how we met!). And they’ve been in trouble because Steve had cancer 15 years ago (and given a like, 10% survival rate) — they were able to agreessively treat it, so he is alive and cancer-free (YAAAAY!!!!), but still has a lot of medical trouble from the fact that the treatment was so aggressive. (BOO!!! — though, hey, it made him still be alive and cancer-free so I guess that’s still a bit “yay” too.) ANYWAY: This is America, so medical treatment is insanely expensive, so that’s why they’ve been hurting in terms of homelessness and stuff too. If you can share anything with the Hills, that would be AMAZING and make me incredibly happy. Even if you can’t (times are tough all over, I know), if you can just share this, it’d be just as good. They’re really good people. I help when I can, and hopefully y’all can help out some too. If you want, here’s the official rundown from Cara:

My husband Steve was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 15 years ago, after being given a 5 - 10% chance of survival. his treatment was so severe, it left him permanently disabled and unable to work. Turned down for disability benefits twice, he now has a lawyer who works on contengency- only in SSI disability claims in D.C., which can take up to a year. After having to sell our house, the three of us became homeless. My son Kai is a Type 1 insulin-resistant Diabetic and has been bald (but so beautiful) since right after this photo was taken, in Kindergarten. He is now 15. Our family needs enough money to pay massive medical bills, back rent, loans from friends, car repairs and to help us get by until the disability settlement comes through. My son needs to be in a stable living situation (not back in the car), so he can attend high school. Thank you for your help.
So yeah, please, help out anyway you can, if that’s donating or sharing, or simply sending good wishes. Thanks!

Just trying to signal boost this!  If you can help, that’d be lovely, or if you can just reblog this, that’d be super keen too.  Thanks!

Review: The Plague & Beekeeping

Review: The Plague & Beekeeping

Cassette Fighter - The Plague & Beekeeping

Cassette Fighter – The Plague & Beekeeping

FULL DISCLOSURE:  I’m friends with one-half of Cassette Fighter. (I’m a well-wisher of the other half… we just haven’t talked a whole lot or anything.  It’s not a drama thing or anything.  Sorry for being boring!)  That said, everything I say is true and what I’d say if I didn’t know any members of the band at all.  Also, a very close frienddid the cover…

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kittysneezes:

(via Help Family After Cancer by Cara Hill - GoFundMe) SO HEY The Hills are pretty close friends of mine, and this is their GoFundMe. See, the thing is that they’ve been homeless for a while — they’ve finally found a place to stay for a while (after couch surfing for quite some time, including with me, which is how we met!). And they’ve been in trouble because Steve had cancer 15 years ago (and given a like, 10% survival rate) — they were able to agreessively treat it, so he is alive and cancer-free (YAAAAY!!!!), but still has a lot of medical trouble from the fact that the treatment was so aggressive. (BOO!!! — though, hey, it made him still be alive and cancer-free so I guess that’s still a bit “yay” too.) ANYWAY: This is America, so medical treatment is insanely expensive, so that’s why they’ve been hurting in terms of homelessness and stuff too. If you can share anything with the Hills, that would be AMAZING and make me incredibly happy. Even if you can’t (times are tough all over, I know), if you can just share this, it’d be just as good. They’re really good people. I help when I can, and hopefully y’all can help out some too. If you want, here’s the official rundown from Cara:

My husband Steve was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 15 years ago, after being given a 5 - 10% chance of survival. his treatment was so severe, it left him permanently disabled and unable to work. Turned down for disability benefits twice, he now has a lawyer who works on contengency- only in SSI disability claims in D.C., which can take up to a year. After having to sell our house, the three of us became homeless. My son Kai is a Type 1 insulin-resistant Diabetic and has been bald (but so beautiful) since right after this photo was taken, in Kindergarten. He is now 15. Our family needs enough money to pay massive medical bills, back rent, loans from friends, car repairs and to help us get by until the disability settlement comes through. My son needs to be in a stable living situation (not back in the car), so he can attend high school. Thank you for your help.

So yeah, please, help out anyway you can, if that’s donating or sharing, or simply sending good wishes. Thanks!

I’m reblobbing because people might have missed it on Sunday!  SO CHECK IT DIG IT SHARE IT YES

kittysneezes:

(via Help Family After Cancer by Cara Hill - GoFundMe) SO HEY The Hills are pretty close friends of mine, and this is their GoFundMe. See, the thing is that they’ve been homeless for a while — they’ve finally found a place to stay for a while (after couch surfing for quite some time, including with me, which is how we met!). And they’ve been in trouble because Steve had cancer 15 years ago (and given a like, 10% survival rate) — they were able to agreessively treat it, so he is alive and cancer-free (YAAAAY!!!!), but still has a lot of medical trouble from the fact that the treatment was so aggressive. (BOO!!! — though, hey, it made him still be alive and cancer-free so I guess that’s still a bit “yay” too.) ANYWAY: This is America, so medical treatment is insanely expensive, so that’s why they’ve been hurting in terms of homelessness and stuff too. If you can share anything with the Hills, that would be AMAZING and make me incredibly happy. Even if you can’t (times are tough all over, I know), if you can just share this, it’d be just as good. They’re really good people. I help when I can, and hopefully y’all can help out some too. If you want, here’s the official rundown from Cara:

My husband Steve was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 15 years ago, after being given a 5 - 10% chance of survival. his treatment was so severe, it left him permanently disabled and unable to work. Turned down for disability benefits twice, he now has a lawyer who works on contengency- only in SSI disability claims in D.C., which can take up to a year. After having to sell our house, the three of us became homeless. My son Kai is a Type 1 insulin-resistant Diabetic and has been bald (but so beautiful) since right after this photo was taken, in Kindergarten. He is now 15. Our family needs enough money to pay massive medical bills, back rent, loans from friends, car repairs and to help us get by until the disability settlement comes through. My son needs to be in a stable living situation (not back in the car), so he can attend high school. Thank you for your help.
So yeah, please, help out anyway you can, if that’s donating or sharing, or simply sending good wishes. Thanks!

I’m reblobbing because people might have missed it on Sunday!  SO CHECK IT DIG IT SHARE IT YES