Awhile back I downloaded a song that was called Kool-aid man by ozma. Now its not by ozma, atleast I don't believe. But has anyone else heard this song and know its true craftsman. Its a good song.
I believe the lyrics go something like
I will write you a million acrustic (not sure) poems, push you in a shopping cart all the way home.
I would like to find more songs by this artist if I knew who it was.
Anyways much appreciation.
Boy, this one took me a while to find the answer. Appearently it's by "Your Real Dad".This (http://chud.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-73855.html) forum thread is what finally led me to the truth. On that page there are URLs to download two of their other songs as well, since you're interested. Other than some small spatterings here and there across the net, I can't find out much about them. Appearently their website, yourrealdad.com is down, so.... I'm sure if I searched more, I could find you more information and maybe their current, new site, should they have one. But I feel I've done enough for now. Enjoy.
Edit: Ah, if you go to the parent directory of the downloads, here (http://users.pandora.be/freaksken/), you can find two more songs, for a total of five.
Whoa, that's kinda weird. The singer on that song, kinda sounds like if you mixed Daniel's and Ryen's voices into one.
Old, old, old song. I doubt the band are still around. Good song, although the later version released on mp3.com was a bit crappy.
It's "acrostic" poems, by the way. An acrostic is a poem where the first letter of each line, when read downwards, makes up a word or phrase.
Awesome. I really appreciate it.
"Your Real Dad" later became "Beat Graveyard"
They just re-posted this track and the rest of that EP to YouTube
Holy blast from the past, Batman!
I still have both the Your Real Dad AND the Beat Graveyard versions of this track.