Hey-ooo

an era of the music industry died today along with the king of pop. folks here at the omelet, along with scores across the globe are mourning the unexpected loss. thankfully, he left an indelible imprint behind. goodnight sweet prince.
a nice number from a young Ed from his album "What Do yYou Want to be When You Grow Up?", it's almost like he's telling us an important message now that he's up on the couch with Johnny. Listen here

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1958 - 2009



an era of the music industry died today along with the king of pop. folks here at the omelet, along with scores across the globe are mourning the unexpected loss. thankfully, he left an indelible imprint behind. goodnight sweet prince.



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the king is dead. long live the king.




the archive

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Paul Mawhinney was born and raised in Pittsburgh. Over the years he has amassed what has become the world's largest record collection. Due to health issues and a struggling record industry Paul is being forced to sell his collection. This is the story of a man and his records.

editor's note: please watch with caution. immediately upon completion, i began throwing money at vinyl in all directions; culminating with the purchase of this forthcoming spectral sound white label from audion aka matthew dear.

(source: very ape productions)

into the fun house mirror: the distortion of metal

with this entry into the ever growing face omelet library, our very own diamond dave digs deep into the depths of metal's wide reaching two-way influence. unexpected covers and unexpected coverers run amok across seventeen tracks that elicit genuine omgs and wtfs.

click the link below to download dave's into the fun house mirror: the distortion of metal compilation.

d-o-w-n-l-o-a-d

(image source: i got nuthin')

love songs

debbie tackles humankind's most complex emotion as evidenced over the course of twenty one tracks that range from educational music for school children to music recorded in a barn by school children...and back again.

click the link below to download debbie's love songs compilation.

d-o-w-n-l-o-a-d

(image source: dolk)

Just so you are aware...of the exciting things happening in music currently.

I thought I'd post this little ditty by one Olle Hemmingsson, and his little trio, well actually it's a quartet, but one of the members happens to be his old, trusty tractor. Just for the record this scandanavian claims it keeps better time than half the drummers he's played with, which is two. Just a is a little slice of current rural musical life for all the face omeleteers!

All The best-
Snyde.