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Which is your favorite song to listen to off of Imaginary Record 2?
A Token Of My Extreme 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Stick It Out 11%  11%  [ 10 ]
Sy Borg 3%  3%  [ 3 ]
Dong Work For Yuda 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Keep It Greasey 12%  12%  [ 11 ]
Outside Now 7%  7%  [ 6 ]
He Used To Cut The Grass 5%  5%  [ 5 ]
Packard Goose 20%  20%  [ 18 ]
Watermelon In Easter Hay 39%  39%  [ 36 ]
A Little Green Rosetta 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 92
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Once again, folks, due to a forum poll limitation (10-option maximum), this 19-track album will be split into two Imaginary Records that exist only in the imagination of The Imaginer . . . and . . . ultimately, who gives a fuck anyway?

If you come to view, why not vote, too? 8)

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Packard Goose.

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Watermelon it is :mrgreen:

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1. Watermelon In Easter Hay (greatest guitar solo of all time)
2. Packard Goose

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Packard Barely, jesus there are too many great tracks

Watermelon, Stick It Out, and Token of My Extreme in close 2nd.

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Out of the 21 ballots cast thus far, I'm the only one to vote for Stick It Out. The song has so much energy, I can't help but slappin' my thighs to the beat whenever I hear it. Also, having heard Ike sing it live a jillion times or so, the song has really grown on me. Project/Object nails it pretty good. Not only are they "inside the ballpark" on this one, they hit an inside-the-park homerun every time. Can I get a witness?

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I know Keep it Greasey is my namesake, but in recent years Outside Now has overtaken it as my favorite. It think it is the definitive Ike Willis vocal on an FZ song. You can quote me. 8) Just love that chorus.

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sy cleaner-than-lucille borg, a critical point in the joe's life

only 1 vote for sy ¿¿

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J.C.GreasyVII wrote:
I know Keep it Greasey is my namesake, but in recent years Outside Now has overtaken it as my favorite. It think it is the definitive Ike Willis vocal on an FZ song. You can quote me. 8) Just love that chorus.

Ike once told me that Frank specifically wrote Outside Now for Ike's voice.

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jimmie d killed the forum wrote:
J.C.GreasyVII wrote:
I know Keep it Greasey is my namesake, but in recent years Outside Now has overtaken it as my favorite. It think it is the definitive Ike Willis vocal on an FZ song. You can quote me. 8) Just love that chorus.

Ike once told me that Frank specifically wrote Outside Now for Ike's voice.

Interesting and not suprising Jimmie D! :D

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Lumpy Gravy wrote:
w a t e r m e l o n i n e a s t e r h a y


Again, amazing instrumental there.


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fishbulb wrote:
Lumpy Gravy wrote:
w a t e r m e l o n i n e a s t e r h a y


Again, amazing instrumental there.


What they said.

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It doesn't necessarily need to be the "best" song.....just your favorite one to listen to. 8)

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Watermelon

Thee greatest guitar solo ever recorded !
Period


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Packard ,
though it was hard between that, token, and dong

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Watermelon.......the solo is fuckin amazing!!!!!!!

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Fuck, there's so much great stuff. He Used to Cut the Grass always got me off because I used to be able to imagine it while at school, work, etc. I imagined Joe imagining the notes. Really cool how the Central Scrutinizer cuts in and the xenochronous guitar solo slides into the background...just fuckin' great...

Watermelon and Outside Now, well what can ya say?

Dong Work for Yuda always cracks me up. Someday I'm going to realize my dream of getting in a NYC cab and barking, "Falcum. Take me to the Falcum!"

Syborg...Peter Wolf synthesized oral sex simulation. "Blow job" in seven-part Ike Willis harmony. It can't be beat.


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