Artist: Goulburn Poultry Fanciers Society CD Review by Adam. Goulburn Poultry Fanciers Society
Article By Adam on Jun 27, 2002


Artist: Goulburn Poultry Fanciers Society
Album: Goulburn Poultry Fanciers Society 01
Label: System Corrupt
Format: CD

This CD is of the genre going by a lot of names these days, however most aptly titled butchered pop as it takes a popular song and then cuts it up into another form. Most tracks cut up on this CD will be recognisable from the first couple of recent tracks, 'don't call me baby' and the britany track with the chorus 'kiss me baby one more time', to tracks i remember before i was into music 'funky town' and a few others i clearly remember but cannot remember the titles (or quite possibly never knew). This kind of music has started to gain popularity in mainstream circles, although not as noisy or interesting, most notably Junkie XL being the first person to ever officially be able to remix elvis recently (i much prefer Alec Empires elvis mixes, the Junkie XL one sounds a bit too much like an ad). While no tracks are individually credited it states on the insert who the poultry fanciers are, made of most of the guys you will see performing at a System Corrupt party. Alot of the tunes are just as catchy as the originals, if not moreso and this CD hasnt left my player since receiving it. If you were ever the person to like listening to the radio just off center for that extra edge of distortion or to liven up the only boring station in the country then this CD is for you.

Goulburn Poultry Fanciers Society

01 video hits
02 mass grave ritual
03 britany boobies
04 flogging a dead pony
05 unkytown
06 disrespectable
07 wake me up before you go
08 celebate
09 fade to grey
10 whip it
11 sir mux a lot
12 baker st repeat
13 i hate you
14 music sounds better with me
15 still haven't found
16 life is life
17 controversy
18 no more rock n roll
19 god only knows
20 your lucky
21 shoop
22 never tear us apart

Poultry Fanciers:
the crook
tin rp
scruts with guns
null object
third molar

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