Camouflage Danse (1983-89), me and Bennett Theissen (vocals) formed this art band, we played in New York for a few years.
So, here are some more of our songs, as FREE mp3 downloads:
(1) "Blue Tuesday" (live at Gas, NYC) [3:21]
Our imitation New Order song, based loosely and remotely on their "Blue Monday" song. I'm on
(2) "The Magic Sword" (live at WGAF, NYC) [4:07]
Close to a real "song", this was our seedy bar period, but the joint was only right around the corner from where me and Bennett lived, on First Avenue and 13th Street, East Village, NYC. I play high-note screech guitar.
(3) "Dead Cats for Judy" (live at Gas, NYC) [2:06]
Short intro to a work that was performed at Gas, a gas station in NYC that had been converted to a night club, with huge industrial sculptures on gigantic springs, that bounced around, up and down, when you pushed them.
(4) "CTI" (live at Gas, NYC) [3:32]
The best song from that Gas performance. I'm on synthesizer.
(5) "Rimbaud & Me" (live at NoSeNo, NYC) [5:40]
Noisey, messy intro to "Poodles of Hell" which is possibly the most violent vocal performance in rock history. What this sluggish, flangey warm up produces is quite barbaric and rare. The analog delay screams in the next song are truly spine-tingling. I'm playing a Casio keyboard through a series of effects pedals. R. Dee Lloyd is on Synsonics drum pads.
(6) "Poodles of Hell" (live at NoSeNo, NYC) [3:04]
Pure punk electro minimalism, accompanied by the shock value of the most violent vocal performance in rock history. You have never heard anything quite like this. Bennett does all the vocals in Camouflage Danse, and here he lifts off into space.
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Please let me know if these all download okay and sound good.