Shuffle Demons – Bop Rap
The most humour packed of all the Demons' albums, Bop Rap also provides the most variety of music styles. It contains a T.V. theme, a true story told in rap, a drinking song, Indian sounding music, Reggae, Christmas Music, a Thelonius Monk tune, and some classic Demon heads.
Recorded in 1988, this album featured the debut of the new Shuffle Demons wardrobe (by Kurt Swinghammer) and spawned the 'Personal Blues' video. 'East Berlin Angst' is a classic cold war rap, 12 Beer my Dear is everybody's favourite drinking song, and Oliagosi is just plain weird. Also contains the world famous Hockey Night in Canada Theme.
1. Hockey Night in Canada Theme - 3:04 2. Personal Blues - 5:41 3. East Berlin Angst - 5:24 4. I Mean You - 4:13 5. 12 Beer My Dear - 5:09 6. Demon Reggae - 5:19 7. Cruise Blues - 5:13 8. Oliagosi - 6:46 9. The Curse - 4:14 10. Low Life - 0:43 11. Funkin Punkin - 2:53 12. Father Hipness - 4:20 13. Jingle Bells - 3:30
Richard Underhill (alto & baritone saxes, rheta, vocals) , Mike Murley (tenor & soprano saxes, vocals) , Dave Parker (tenor sax, fiddle, waltzing, vocals) , Jim Vivian (bass, vocals) , Stich Wynston (drums, percussion, vocals, language conceptualization)
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