There's Nobody Following You, You're Imagining It

by Buttress O'Kneel

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about

This album was originally released in December 2004, and is part of Buttress O'Kneel's ongoing 'ReMemetic ReMedia Psyoperational Pstrategies' series of audio-documentaries. Although dated in parts (George Bush was still running the world, Michael Jackson was still alive, the first Harry Potter movie had just been released, and Australia was yet to escape the evil thrall of John Howard), it still remains an important hystorical artefact, and many of the truths it expresses remain startlingly accurate.

(If downloaded, this album contains a secret special bonus track, plus the entire original scissors-and-glue-and-photocopier artwork.)

Original liner notes read (mostly) as follows:

"Researched, recorded, re-assembled and released by B'O'K with assistance from the IWML Recycling Division.

Featuring:
John Safran's Exorcist, Rohan Forster, Beyonce, a documentary series about Conspiracies, John Howard, this really interesting guy being interviewed on Lateline, the Beverly Hillbillies theme, Anton LaVey's Church of Satan (recorded in 1968), lots of stuff from Buttress O'Kneel's limited edition 'Rettop Yrrah' EP (including: Jon Faine, Darkthrone, Abruptum, Nyah Nyah, Mayhem, Black Sabbath, Deicide, and LEd Zeppelin de-backmasked), the terrified alien guy from Christopher Penrose's 'American Jingo', Frank Zappa and the Mothers, Ottowan Disco, Jon Ronson, Manowar, stAllio! sampling the Ghostbusters theme, the Trammps, Deep Purple, and probably heaps of other people that I have forgotten right now.

All rites reversed, December 2004. Praise Satan."

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released December 23, 2004

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“Words like "mashup" and "remix" don't really do justice to Buttress O'Kneel's method - Top 40 pop crap gets sliced, diced, and tossed into a dizzying, exciting hardcore electro stew. Compared to other djs who timidly drop a Vanilla Ice acapella over a Chemical Bros intro just to move a dance floor, O'Kneel shreds copyrights with a blood-curdling vehemence. Smash the state!”
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