Morgan Freeman's Psychedelic Semen
by Infinite Livez

— Released 19th May 2008 on Big Dada

Multi-coloured, sticky, bursting with tiny fertile tadpoles, vaguely cosmic and yet funny when smeared in inappropriate places, a new album from Infinite Livez is always a reason to cum in your own pants. Even if you are a major Hollywood star.

Extracted live in single takes in a fertility clinic in Geneva’s renowned sperm banking district, 'MFPS' sees Doctor Livez once again making beautiful music with jazz-glitch Europeans and matinee idols Pierre Audetat and Christophe Calpini...

Multi-coloured, sticky, bursting with tiny fertile tadpoles, vaguely cosmic and yet funny when smeared in inappropriate places, a new album from Infinite Livez is always a reason to cum in your own pants. Even if you are a major Hollywood star.

Extracted live in single takes in a fertility clinic in Geneva’s renowned sperm banking district, 'MFPS' sees Doctor Livez once again making beautiful music with jazz-glitch Europeans and matinee idols Pierre Audetat and Christophe Calpini, plus special guest emissions from the remarkable Joy Frempong and DJ Tendraw.

Drawn from a DNA pool so confused and mysterious that it’s best not to look for antecedents, this is the sound of William Blake wanking over a jazz mag while old-skool Dadaists form a guard of honour and fire great fountains of vanilla flavoured milkshake into the sky. Sort of.

Anyway, we think it’s the best record you’ve ever been amused by and scared of in equal measure. If you don’t get it we don’t get you and only Hell awaits your rotting corpse.

Morgan Freeman's Psychedelic Semen
by Infinite Livez

— Released 19th May 2008 on Big Dada

Physical

CD (BDCD119)
£8.00
 

Digital

MP3 (BDDNL119)
£5.00
 
16-bit WAV (BDDNL119W)
£7.00
 

Physical

Digital

CD (BDCD119)
£8.00
MP3 (BDDNL119)
£5.00
16-bit WAV (BDDNL119W)
£7.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Hoxton Smoothie
  2. 2
    Man Machine
  3. 3
    On Illusion
  4. 4
    Slack Babbath
  5. 5
    Clapped Out Datsun
  6. 6
    LOL To The Depths Of Hell
  7. 7
    Public Ultra Image Magnetic
  8. 8
    I Was A Saddam Body Double pt.2
  9. 9
    Brand New Datsun
  10. 10
    Track Ten
  11. 11
    Swaggamuffin
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Hoxton Smoothie
  2. 2
    Man Machine
  3. 3
    On Illusion
  4. 4
    Slack Babbath
  5. 5
    Clapped Out Datsun
  6. 6
    LOL To The Depths Of Hell
  7. 7
    Public Ultra Image Magnetic
  8. 8
    I Was A Saddam Body Double pt.2
  9. 9
    Brand New Datsun
  10. 10
    Track Ten
  11. 11
    Swaggamuffin
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Hoxton Smoothie
  2. 2
    Man Machine
  3. 3
    On Illusion
  4. 4
    Slack Babbath
  5. 5
    Clapped Out Datsun
  6. 6
    LOL To The Depths Of Hell
  7. 7
    Public Ultra Image Magnetic
  8. 8
    I Was A Saddam Body Double pt.2
  9. 9
    Brand New Datsun
  10. 10
    Track Ten
  11. 11
    Swaggamuffin
  12.  
    Play All (11)

Multi-coloured, sticky, bursting with tiny fertile tadpoles, vaguely cosmic and yet funny when smeared in inappropriate places, a new album from Infinite Livez is always a reason to cum in your own pants. Even if you are a major Hollywood star.

Extracted live in single takes in a fertility clinic in Geneva’s renowned sperm banking district, 'MFPS' sees Doctor Livez once again making beautiful music with jazz-glitch Europeans and matinee idols Pierre Audetat and Christophe Calpini...

Multi-coloured, sticky, bursting with tiny fertile tadpoles, vaguely cosmic and yet funny when smeared in inappropriate places, a new album from Infinite Livez is always a reason to cum in your own pants. Even if you are a major Hollywood star.

Extracted live in single takes in a fertility clinic in Geneva’s renowned sperm banking district, 'MFPS' sees Doctor Livez once again making beautiful music with jazz-glitch Europeans and matinee idols Pierre Audetat and Christophe Calpini, plus special guest emissions from the remarkable Joy Frempong and DJ Tendraw.

Drawn from a DNA pool so confused and mysterious that it’s best not to look for antecedents, this is the sound of William Blake wanking over a jazz mag while old-skool Dadaists form a guard of honour and fire great fountains of vanilla flavoured milkshake into the sky. Sort of.

Anyway, we think it’s the best record you’ve ever been amused by and scared of in equal measure. If you don’t get it we don’t get you and only Hell awaits your rotting corpse.