Instrumentals Deluxe Edition

by David Tanny

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03:23
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06:04
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03:22
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04:18
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03:01
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03:27
12.
02:56
13.
03:45
14.
05:22
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02:52
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01:55
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05:35
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06:44
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04:12
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02:42
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Instrumentals
Released 11/6/2012
Deluxe Edition 11/4/2014

"Instrumentals" (Deluxe Edition) features a collection of instrumentals from 2000-2014. Many of these songs were used for the melodies of original songs heard on other albums.

Originally released 1/11/2011. Newer release from 2012 adds three more tracks. Deluxe Edition adds more tracks from 22-25.

Time:
43:57 For CD-R Disc 1 (tracks 1-12)
43:54 For CD-R Disc 2 (tracks 13-25)
87:51 For Full Album download

To get copies on CD-R, email D.T. at his website
davidtanny.com for details.

credits

released November 4, 2014

01. "Hammer Vice" (released on 5/25/2010) - an 80s-esque mashup of a soundalike melody of the theme of "Miami Vice" with an opening riff of the theme from "Gumby." I might have called it "Gumby Vice" instead.

02. "Animals" (2010, released on 1/11/2011) - used for a song "I Eat Animals".

03. "Hot Potato" (released on 1/11/2011) - used for a future release.

04. "Just One" (released on 1/11/2011) - used for a future release, similar to Animals.

05. "KSB" (2010, released on 1/11/2011) - used in the 2010 mix of "Kirk Spock Bones"

06. "Something Man" (2010, released on 1/11/2011) - used on the song "Nothingman"

07. "Thunderstreet (2010 mix)" (released on 6/5/2010) - the melody was actually conceived by the singer in his dreams as a child. Produced in 2007 after 40 years of conception, it was originally recreated to serve as the theme song for the "Mad Music Dementia Top 20" radio show hosted by David Tanny through the end of 2007, then revived by DJ Particle for the year of 2008. It also served as the closing theme song of Tanny's podcast "I Still Get Demented Podcast Edition" in the year 2008.

08. "ISGD Theme (2010 mix)" (released on 6/5/2010) - the original 2008 mix was used on the "I Still Get Demented Podcast Edition" show in 2008.

09. "Funnyback (instrumental version)" (released on 6/5/2010)

10. "The 80s Dance" (instrumental) (released on 6/5/2010) - melody used for the song "The New Adventures of Old Christine".

11. "Suds" (released on 6/5/2010) - an original instrumental

12. daeh (2010, released on 1/11/2011) - used on the song "Head".

13. Cowboys (2000, released on 1/11/2011) - used on the song "I'm a Cowboy."

14. ISGD '10 (2010, released on 1/11/2011) - used as background music for the 2010 versions of the "I Still Get Demented" show openings and closings.

15. Paris (2009, released on 1/11/2011) - used in the song "Paris Hilton."

16. Dinner (2008, released on 1/11/2011) - used in the fake commercial sendup "HDTV Dinners".

17. A Friend (2010, released on 1/11/2011) - used in the song "Warner Music".

18. "ISGD Theme (2008 mix)" (released 6/9/2009) - this was used on the "I Still Get Demented Podcast Edition" show in 2008.

19. "Thunderstreet (2007 mix)" (released on 2/26/2008)

20. "William" (2011, released 11/6/2012) - used on the track "Hey, Whimsical Will"

21. "One-Second Radio Jingle" (2008, released on 6/9/2009) - a simulation of a one-second jingle that radio stations used to use way back then.

22. "Crazy Hip Hop" (2011, released on 11/4/2014) - doesn't seem to be the backing for any of my cuts. It's not for the "Humidman" sketch.

23. "How" (2014, released on 11/4/2014) - a backing track for a song for a track in the past.

24. "Bugs" (2014, released on 11/4/2014) - a backing track for a 2012 version of "Dead Bug"

25. "KSB early take" (2004, released on 11/4/2014) - an early backing track for "Kirk Spock Bones" form 2008.

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David Tanny San Diego, California

Born in San Diego, David Tanny specializes in fun dementia (or funmentia) recordings and spoken word humor. He writes, produces, and engineers (rather cheaply) novelty music and sketch comedy from his home with a computer.

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