A definitive case of one person wearing all the hats in a confined space with too much time and no limitations, "Y'know, For Charity" aurally/texturally/emotionally demonstrates how an imperfect recording is made. In other words, this is exactly how you’re not supposed to “do it.” The idea (scam) is that "imperfect" is refreshing and new again. Something and someone comes through the speakers free from computer manipulation, trickery, and tuning. What's left is nothing more than despair, self-realization, a complete lack of hooks, and maybe even some exaggeration for the sake of a story.
Or maybe this is just a bunch of writing demos the artist didn’t want to do over. Roughly 900 beers were consumed by the artist/producer/engineer during the making of these recordings and it shows. 900 is a low estimate, by the way. Read more on Last.fm.
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