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Sputnik Stan Vol. 1: A Fistful Of Junk

Sputnik Stan Vol. 1: A Fistful Of Junk by Alan Davey buy album

Alan Davey

Label: Earthquake Records
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

Wakey Wakey; Weigh It In Tranquility; Ulterior Umbra Transfer Facility; Magnetosphere Disturbance; Chuckin’ Nuts N’ Bolts Out The Air Lock; Hubble’s Looking Tasty These Days; Stoic; Delysid Funky; Tough Titties Houston; My Man On The Moon; Aluminum Titanium Uranium Magnesium; Unidentified Flying Orgasm Parts 1 & 2; 18 Engines, One Mission

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Alan Davey: vocals, bass, rhythm and lead guitars, synths, keyboards, drum programming, sampling, lyrics and script; Kevin M. Sommers: trumpet, synths, sequencer, sound FX, lyrics and script, DJ voice, vocals on "Stoic;" Zoie Green: vocals on "Hubble’s Looking Tasty These Days;" Tina Elizabeth Smith: vocals on "Unidentified Flying Orgasm Part 1;" Frank J. Morris: the voice of Sputnik Stan; Jody B. Green: the voice of Mel Function; Sarah “Sunray” Davey: the voice of Redhot; Alisa Coral: the voice of Tipsy; Christopher J. Krawczyk: the voice of Houston


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