green iS the color of dead white men

by Barely Free Partial Prisoners

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about

13-15 tracks, depending on which version Jake handed you, of home recordings of the earliest concept of Barely Free Partial Prisoners. About 9 or so people contributed creatively to this project, and it is presented here as artifact and not fact. Our stories continue to develop, even as we've acquired better recording gear and more instruments, mostly synths, we've become a splinter cell all across these United Snakes, with plans of constant creativity and maximum playfulness. This is as important as any music we've made, because we made this first. Fuck the Pigs and keep on keepin the fuck on. Cock a doodle doo.
NOW AVAILABLE FREE ONLINE WITH BONUS FEATURES! DON'T FORGET THE ZINE PDF FOR ALL OUR HARD EARNED, SOFT SPOKEN NUGGETS.

credits

released April 15, 2009

Rooster Jake recorded all of the tracks into one of those shitty dell laptops that they use to save the world in 90s movies. You can tell. The zine attached as a pdf credits everyone involved in this project thoroughly, but it does not go without saying that all the places we traveled and all the people we met after having produced this in our hometown of St. Louis. MO made it all so worth it to have even tried. No one ever told us, "this sounds as good as Outkast" but they did give us all the love we could take with us, and memories of places worth never forgetting.

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barely free St Louis, Missouri

collective of musicians based in St. Louis, MO.
email us at burningthecassette@gmail.com
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