Caught Between The Moon And Boston Harbor

by Black Mayonnaise

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GK#186 c&p 2012 karaoke/black mayonnaise

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released 09 March 2012

GRINDCORE CINEMA presents
a PLACENTA RECORDINGS production
"When You Get Caught Between The Moon And Boston Harbor:
The Best That Black Mayonnaise Could Do 1991-2008"

My original intention was to write some sort of tribute to Hunter S. Thompson's intro to The Great Shark Hunt and talk about how I'd like to jump out a window after completing this... and then I'd attempt to be funny by saying that if I did I'd just wind up landing in some cold wet leaves and I'd have to walk back inside all damp and clammy. But I won't, even though I kind of already did. What you have here is a collection of Black Mayonnaise tracks attempting to briefly cover every phase of existence going back over the past 20 years. I made sure to include some unreleased material... Gems? No. Just unreleased stuff... but I stuck to my original philosophy and only used tracks that I like to listen to personally. Yep, August 6th, 2011 was the official 20 year anniversary since this all began. I think that most people probably knew I'd never grow up, even during those years when I was quite absent. Thanks to Jay and Placenta for doing this and helping get some of this old bullshit back out into circulation. And thanks to everyone else who has joined me on this ride.

~Still going, Mike Duncan (Black Mayonnaise)


All tracks produced by Mike Duncan, 1991-2008

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Artwork by Jay Watson / Placenta Recordings

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Track Name: Untitled (2004)
Untitled: From the 2004 Texas tour split with Murderous Vision. Those were dark times, but interesting, and even fun times. I was feeling pretty broken down for quite awhile after recording/mixing the TTSSATTSR album. Long nights with little sleep, heavy drinking, and very little social interaction. I lived in this shitty apartment complex filled with all kinds of screwballs. You could hear people fighting in other apartments all of the time. One night this underage girl was at a party and tried to escape from the police by climbing out onto a 5th story balcony. She fell to the ground, narrowly missing a grill sitting outside. That's the type of stuff that was happening around me when that album along with the split CDR with Chapeau were being recorded. This track is pretty much how I felt mentally at the time. Some of the samples are taken from the Mike Trivisonno show on WTAM (the station with all the balls). For a period of time during 2004 there was a huge local buzz about chemtrails, and even a decent amount of UFO sightings. Most of the rest is just taken from Coast To Coast AM... you can recognize the voices of Art Bell and Whitley Strieber. This track has turned into a rather ominous version entitled "Shadow People" back in 2008... to be included on another split release with Chapeau.