The third album by the band Pub Noise featuring "First Introduction To Midland Hop" and more of the music you love can purchased at the following establishments.
CIRCLES 800 N. Central Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85004 firstname.lastname@example.org
M-THEORY MUSIC 915 W. Washington Street San Diego, California 92103 email@example.com
AMOEBA MUSIC 6400 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, California 90028-7307 www.amoebamusic.com
LOW YO YO STUFF 3854 N. Peachtree Road Royston, Georgia 30662 firstname.lastname@example.org
Some insight on the songs along with track times on the album "Small Corporations":
Track 1. Distribution Of Wealth (2:49)
Electronic Drum Machine elements added to this song "Distribution Of Wealth" make it reach its peak. Vocals presented over superb keyboard sounds created by yours truly DJ Toxic Dust and once again Andre' Harris stricks some unforgettable Guitar riffs. "Distribution Of Wealth" orchestrates day-to-day financial endeavors made by individual companies, industries, friends, relatives, political organizations and governmental institutions. The vocals move on to envelope each encounter within progress, success, and achievement.
Track 2. Permissive Monn Project (4:06)
Dominate Electronic Keyboard Tones, grinding Electric Bass Guitar Tones and mighty Vocals make "Permissive Monn Project" excel into a domain of its on. It's an inspirational song brought on by a very close personal friend of ours name Margarita. Margarita is a permissive one and the song presents that permissiveness like no other song could. To understand Margarita is an adventure within its self. "Permissive Monn Project" was developed and characterized with a perspective of quality of friendships.
Track 3. Dorothy's Tale (2:06)
Animation at it's truest forms . Scene and musical paragraphs depict colonial times. Keyboard embellishments and guitar cords seem to make "Dorothy's Tale" a story that manifest into a past time folk lour. You can be intrigued by all of it's animated vocal cords. With a nice Electronic Drum Machine feel that makes it a wonderful musical.
Track 4. Find Your Party featuring First Introduction To Midland Hop (5:06)
One night to hunt, one night to find a place to get your groove on. Weekends, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Weddings, ect. "Find Your Part" is very much an on the prowl song. Vocal notes or suggestive this keep you on a deep hunt and hot keyboard cords that puts a party within reach. Featured track "First Introduction To Midland Hop" is for the student inside all of use. Electronic Drum Machine pattern, Bass Guitar, Electric Bass Guitar, Electronic Keyboard an Alisis Effect device puts your passion for music into over drive.
Track 5. It's Arranged (3:38)
Radiates intellectual placement withier coxed, formulated or lured into. Where you visit, where you stay, where you exit and everyday arrangements. This songs title is defiantly its heart beat. Again, vocals magnify and keep you deep into each passage. Not to edgy, not to moody and loads of Electronic Keyboard Effects.
Track 6. Your Not Pear (2:59)
Community drum rhythm (Electronic Drum Machine) incorporated with a large house of sounds invented by DJ Toxic Dust and Andre' Harris. Vocals channel parity within a person and profound high of manipulation. "Your Not Pear" is a song that we all can understand at some point down the road we run into that person.
Track 7. Protector (3:19)
This is a strong song for anyone that needs a powerful image or a powerful company within the foundations of what they call personal ownership. Vocals are gritty and somewhat edgy to a point. When writing the vocal sheet music for this song "Protector" we needed our vocal instrument to be disclosed from aggressiveness and we accomplished that with this song on each level.
Track 8. Don't Get Knocked(5:59)
No sercerts should be told we wrote this song (1999) some years ago and no matter the time span its a "here and know". Effects, keyboard and vocals makes the song "Don't Get Knocked" a grate Classic.
Track 9. System Bugs (3:44)
Another Classic (1999) DJ Toxic Dust done some terrific instrument placement to make this song "System Bugs" better then greatness. Vocal sheet music for this song is core to tone of it's moment and nothing else. Female vocal sheet music is just complacent to our lead vocal passage and it keep balance between bought.
Track 10. Back Into Your Economy (5:37)
Large effects added to this song "Back Into Your Economy" reason is song is at it's lowest stage at presentation. Vocal sheet music range from down moments to moments to build a better future. We added a solo part where our singer presented scenes with nature and her surroundings seem to speak threw our singer. Hot keyboard sounds, hot guitar effects and a shadow that's now it's economy looming over.
Track 11. Weedum' Out (3:46)
Hard bass lines with a mad drum track keeps this song "Weed'um Out" on top of it's game. Vocal sheet music gets close to a edge and needs to recover. All within all it's a spectacular write. So it's not a dime drop song or a street Duet and not even a Joint. Let's say this song make's a mark where marks need to be made anywhere anyplace.
Track 12. Vocal Instrument Tuned (4:18)
Get your tuners out, get your ears ready and understand sounds of this song "Vocal Instrument Tuned". Vocal sheet music takes off at one place then another place with small mergers and deals that keep this groove combative. Combativeness is needed with this generation of hip hopers. Vocals are cold and just somewhat hotter then we thought they would conspire to this song. Yes, we had to ajust our tuner on this track. Guitar riffs and Electronic Keyboard cadences make it very much a wonderful construction.
Track 13. Point You Out (4:30)
For your wonderer, your sturdiest person, your challenger and your conceded. Vocal sheet music pulls away from all musical passages and convince it's self in someway that no one is curdiest enough to intervene. DJ Toxic Dust use vinyl cuts, chops and things never thought of to make this song "Point You Out" more poetic of sound then vocal artistry.
Track 14. Parkin' Lot (6:07)
Drum track is for show case only. Hot, hot and triple hot. DJ Toxic Dust sets back on this song "Parkin' Lot" and scopes out for a judge of musical sounds. Vocal sheet music touch enters fashions of your car stylist, your car owner and all of those gadgets of trade. Vocalist is down with your needs to adapt to time. Andre' Harris takes his Electric Bass Guitar to new found boundaries on this track.
Track 15. Welcome Back To Pub Noise(3:24)
Your venue to intellectual musical cravens is forever this song "Welcome Back To Pub Noise" insight is enlighten by a course to explore. Vocal sheet music commentates or dictates a return after recoveries. DJ Toxic Dust transformed this drum track into something heroic. DJ Toxic Dust pitched all modes of the songs structure and foundation.
Track 16. Small Corporations featuring Sleep From Peace (8:00)
Drum track with mimicking Electronic Keyboard Tones makes "Small Corporations" a piece of work. Vocal sheet music show sides of what we call little businessmen and activity of business. Vocal sheet music coners each person that's associated with this business owner from high points to low points. DJ Toxic Dust commands it all musically. Featured track "Sleep From Peace" is a Musical Documentary of crime and a reminder of the relationship we all deal with each day.