Passage_Of_Deformed_Man_Supermaket-No._1.zip (100 Mb)

One day in the Fall of 2003, when Tom Vanderwall was working at Blue Moon Cafe, just for the heck of it, I wandered in and told him we should start a band called Passage Of Deformed Man Supermarket. Great, he said, we have a gig at Vibe Cafe in two weeks. We got together and practiced some experimental improv noise on his assortment of homemade instruments and weird electronics, to which I added a guitar and some tapes, played the show as a two-piece, and pretty soon we had another one. When I came to his place to practice for it, it turned out that he had scheduled a practice of Ton-Ton (the duo of himself and Phil Sterk) at the same time. Phil showed up, set up a mess of electronics, drums, and pedal steel. We started playing and Tom started recording, and thus was No. 1 recorded and Passage Of Deformed Man Supermarket, in the form most people know of it in, born. Over the next few years we did a number of shows, always pretty much improvising the whole thing on the spot, and sold a few CD-Rs. Occasionally people still tell me how much they like this album. Well, not so much anymore since I moved.

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