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4 Full length, good quality MP3's
MUNKYDUST LIVE! (a concert from June 1998, Udall park)
Brady talking about the band
Matt K messin' around the drums
"Jenny (867-5309)" (cover)
"Super Cool #1"
WAVs (just short ones)
MACARONI AND CHEESE-
Written in the house of Trent Tanner in the winter of 1997. MunkyDust was very early in writing music, and this song really showed what a song written on the spot could sound like. A funk drum beat by Matt K starts off the song just as it did in the beginning, Ryan comes in and everyone follows. The rest is history.
Written by Brady Willard around spring of 1998. The song marked MunkyDust's first sounding of a bit of pop. It is also one of Brady's first songs along with Gotta Smile and Keiko. This song added a softer side to the rough sounding Meatwagon, and still remains today many of MunkyDust's fans' favorite song.
One of Brady's first songs. A favorite among Ryan and Trent Tanner, Gotta Smile also at first sounded like the Pearl Jam song "Wishlist" to Matt K, but he was later proved to be an idiot since it doesn't sound like it. An awesome song.
(FAKED HITTING) KIEKO-
Possibly the funniest story to one of our songs. Brady and Ryan stole a journal entry from one of the Swiss's in Seminary, or so I hear. Correct me if I am wrong. The song takes stuff from the journal entry, and it became a song. It doesn't make much sense, but it sounds pretty good.
BRADY'S SECRET GIRLFRIEND-
Ryan wrote the song as a joke, but now it has sparked many rumors. No one knew how to sing it, all Ryan had was a guitar riff and a prayer. Luckily we had Trent Tanner in the studio with us, and he pulled off some smooth singing. The song's message is a joke, and nothing more. It sounds awesome though.
One of my (Matt K's) personal favorite MunkyDust songs. Brady wrote it over the spring/summer of 1998, right after graduation for the class of 1998. The song has some cool sounding guitar and cool vocals. We got to play this song twice at shows.
Written by Matt Carpenter. One day at a MunkyDust show/practice, Matt decided to write a song about his green pen. The song marked Matt's first songwriting experience with the Dust. After the song was written, Matt had to go on his mission and had no time to go into the studio on Halloween of 1998 since he was gone on his mission on September 30. Matt K, Ryan and Brady all sing on this one, and Ryan pulls off some funny vocals, all SPONTANEOUS and done on the spot.
SOFT ROCK SONG-
Brady's sad song about MD leaving. It
sounds like Eric Clapton, some people have said. Take a listen. This song and
Parking Lot along with Matt K's cover of Elderly Woman... by Pearl Jam gave
those six songs the title, "The Sentimental Album".
Not actually a song. Just us messing around. It's Matt C singing about Jenni Kugler
Meatwagon LIVE VERSION
Unconcious LIVE VERSION
originally done by STP, FROM RYAN'S LIVING ROOM.