#TBT – “Welcome to the Spank Bank” Live at Flappers 2012

I don’t remember doing this show. I don’t remember changing the lyrics to this. I don’t remember removing the crappy interlude section. I don’t remember this song ever getting this good of a reaction. Yet, there it was, on a file that sat on my Windows Desktop for two years. It’s not the best video, but it’s proof that this is not the worst song I ever wrote. (The two I played before it got lousy responses, so they’re worse.)

#TBT – Some of my song demos are really bad

I recently stumbled across a bunch of old demos. Most of them are bad, some are downright embarrassing. “Drunk Girls” turned out to be a pretty decent song when I was done recording it, but I’m sure a lot of people think it sucks. I imagine the reprehensible lyrics are a turn-off for many, but now I have proof that it could have been much, much worse. I embarrassingly present a crappy demo of “Drunk Girls” played with a tacky, uninspired, hacky, low class 12-bar blues riff instead of the one I ended up using.

For comparison, here’s the “good” version using a better riff, auto-tune out the ass and some funkier beats:

And for thumbnailing purposes, here is a picture of some drunk girls from Google image search. So drunk, so drunk, so-o drunk.



This is for #ThrowbackThursday. The file is marked 2007, which I’m going to say was before there were a million multi-take a cappella covers on YouTube.

Dr. Demento said my name

Dr. Demento has given birth to many great careers in the field of comedy. So far, mine is not one of them, but he did play “iPhone” and “Space/Time Continuum” on his show. Here’s audible proof:

The Adventures of Danny Prime: Time Wizard

Editor’s note: I just got a hair up my butt to publish this short story I wrote a long time ago and never really showed anyone. The file on my hard drive is dated 2008 which makes it older than any song on this site. It came about because I dreamed it, so if you don’t like it, don’t blame me, blame my subconscious (for bad spelling and everything).

The Adventures of Danny Prime: Time Wizard
by Rhune Kincaid

“The manipulation of time is the province of time wizards,” explained Danny. “A person may not even suspect that they possess the powers of a time wizard until after the powers manifest. This ‘awakening’ occurs as a result of an extreme emotional experience. At least, I think that’s what happened…” Read more…