SR 84-80792 CD. Alison Ate. Cake (CD, Album). Snoop Records, SPV GmbH.
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13 tracks · 1 September 1995. Suave - EP. Play album. 4 tracks · 10 November 1993.
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I'd also like to mention my friend and colleague Eirik Suhrke, whose work has also greatly influenced the sounds on this album. There is a wide range of music in this release; some of the ideas on display were initially conceived of as far back as 2005, and many were written on the guitar or piano. You can hear a lot of them in the included folder of sketches. A massive collection of 90's inspired video game music for the charming cake retrieval simulator "Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake". I'd like to dedicate this work to Koji Kondo, who is the prime inspiration for most of the arrangements on this soundtrack. I'd also like to mention my friend and colleague Eirik Suhrke, whose work has also greatly influenced the sounds on this album.
Cut the Cake is the third album released by Average White Band, released in 1975. This album's hit title track reached on the Billboard pop singles chart. The follow-up album to the immensely successful AWB in 1974, recording was plagued by creative and artistic differences, with several members of the band walking out of the studio on three occasions. One point of conflict was the band's mourning for original drummer, Robbie McIntosh, who died of a heroin overdose in 1974.
Alison Ate originally did Mr. Tambourine Man and Never Talking to You Again. Released on Cake (1995). Originally by Hüsker Dü.