#19 What Might This Signify?

by We're Late For Class

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We gotta get a new art department. These 20 minutes of improv actually came from our first web release - which we eventually shortened... just so that we could put these up again now. "A Buoy, 40 Yards Out" is a druggy, meandering, endless sort of an offshore wave that would go perfectly with a J and a Miller High Life. While "Tortured Greyhounds" is a Faustian ruckus kick started by audio tapes of, what appeared to be, barking thespian lesbians whose skills seemed appropriate to incorporate. We'll post those original tapes, maybe... later. Recorded August 14, 2006.

A Buoy, 40 Yards Out (8:20)
Tortured Greyhounds (12:35)


released December 31, 2007




We're Late For Class Anchorage, Alaska

We're Late For Class: Live, improvisational college collective, about a dozen rotating members, anti-contract, pro-herb, some cut & paste. Free for the asking. Over 75 releases and counting.

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