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6-30-08 Snake & Jet’s Amazing Bullit Band – X-Ray

Posted by Sean on June 30, 2008

Yet another WFMU song… I heard this one on Liz Berg today. It’s X-Ray from Snake & Jet’s Amazing Bullit Band (MySpace here) of Denmark, off 2007’s X-Ray Spirit.

I have mixed feelings about this song. The lyrics are kinda stupid, in the sense that the California wildfires are kinda warm. But the music is great. I don’t know what’s gotten into musicians over the last couple of years with their trying to sound like 1960s garage bands, right down to the electric pianos, but I like it.

Incredibly silly and fun video by fellow Danes Ohhmarymary (MySpace here) and courtesy of PlesPles. Apparently Snake and Jet took 13 of their songs and gave one at random to 13 different artists. Ohhmarymary got X-Ray, and I’m glad.

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