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Kid Koala: Some Of My Best Friends Are DJ
Genre / musical style: Lo-fi / Slacker / Basement
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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Kid Koala (Artist)
Some Of My Best Friends Are DJ's (CD)

Producer: Kid Koala, Bullfrog
Label: Ninja Tune
Catalog #:25978-1082-2
UPC: 625978108222

Musical Style Lo-fi / Slacker / Basement
Influences Bill Hicks, Jim Henson, P-Love, DJ Jester

Item Description
The album comes with a 52 page comic full of the continuing adventures of Negatron, Skid, Grandmaphone et al. The CD includes the strange Basin Street Blues video and a travel chess kit! CD, 15 tracks: 01 Strat Hear 02 Basin Street Blues 03 Radio Nufonia 04 Stompin' At Le Savoy 05 Space Cadet 2 06 Grandmaphone Speaks 07 Skanky Panky 08 Flu Season 09 Robochacha 10 Elevator Hopper 11 Annie's Parlour 12 Bonus Materials: On the Set of Fender Bender 13 More Dance Music 14 Vacation Island 15 Negatron Speaks

Liner Notes, Credits, Other Details
Like a DJ culture answer to James Brown, Kid Koala (Montr�al�s Eric San) spent most of the three years since the release of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome on the road, whether it be on his own worldwide headlining tour or his opening slot on Radiohead�s and Ben Harper�s North American tours. He was also one-third of Deltron 3030, both on record and on tour, was a contributor to the Gorillaz CD, and he issued a 300-page comic book for ECW Press, supported by an extensive book tour. Some Of My Best Friends Are DJ's.his second full-length cd ranges from jazz standards as played by drunken horn players from New Orleans, to funeral marches involving crickets, to ska tracks that Byron Lee could have never imagined, to some straight up instrumental hip-hop stompers, to behind the scenes looks at his previous hits, and lovely odes to lonely office girls on vacation.

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