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I Don't Have A Friend

The Bran Flakes

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Not as good as the first album but still great

The Bran Flakes (aka Otis Fodder) are one of the more creative bands out there today, using samples from old records found in flea markets and scrambling/mixing them into what's presented here. Their sophomore effort isn't as good as Hey, Won't Somebody Come Out And Play? but it's still a great album for those with a good/twisted sense of humor (see "Smith Corona 10-Day Typing Course"). And, in response to the one-star review left for this album, it's not supposed to be Mozart and doesn't pretend to be. It's not really meant to be taken THAT seriously.

Bran Flakes Rock for Digital Music Manipulators

To the folks giving these recordings such low ratings do you even understand what this band's music is about? It's about digital manipulations - taking older recorder works and mashing them together to make new sounds. Don't buy this if you're not into experimental music.

Vintage is good

I enjoyed the music I even downloaded a song for my husbands iPhone and turned into a ringtone cuz I thought it was funny and it sounded good!

Biography

Formed: Seattle, WA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

The cute indie pop duo known as the Bran Flakes first got its start in Seattle, WA, around the turn of the century. Otis Fodder and Mildred Pitt began using samples from obscure records and added their own touches to create sound collages. Their first album, I Don't Have a Friend, came...
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