Sit back and enjoy a pleasant little story about a charming little town where no one can afford the food , but somehow they are satisfied with the stories of Good Dr. Woodenhead. Perhaps this is an anthem for Occupy Wall Street because deception is everywhere. It sounds a little like modern day America, The good Doctor is of course the financial establishment who seems to have made off with everything that wasn’t nailed down and the townsfolk are us , buying the story and the hope that the hunger will go away by the light of the campfire. It sounds like a fairy tale , and fairy tales sound like nightmares if you read them at night. Abraham Cloud sounds a bit like Harry Nilsson doing the Point. Simple and effective social commentary. Sad Animal Stories is the deception of the masses by the elite. The fear for survival. The hope , The religion, The quieting , opiates administered by Dr Woodenhead . and lovely animation by Lovely.
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What's under the moving beach towel ? The new slacker's anthem is here to let you know. Watch closely as the towel moves and comes to life. Shot on location in Slacker Paradise Hawaii, Abraham Cloud asks the ultimate slacker question, "Why Try ?" Guaranteed to put a smile on your face the band pumps out the coolest punk-a-billy knee-slapper ever. These lyrics will allow you to finally, totally and completely relax. Way better than a spa or a massage ,Cloud reveals.; "I've been thinkin' 'bout ambition, and I've been wishin' that I had some. I've been watchin' the convertibles, looks like fun, if you have one. WHY TRY ? COME ON PRETTY BABY, WHY TRY ? went to an auction, over my head, old lady died, fifty bucks to get in. she had some fine stuff, went for millions, she didn't get a dime, neither did I, when you're standin' in the parking lot, and you're thinkin' hard 'bout what you haven't got, all those minutes spent in misery, why not think of nothing, live in ecstasy, why try? You got your health, You got it all, You got some good friends, Go have a ball. WHY TRY ? (Rory Anton guitar, Lee Walters drums , Johnny G bass and production)