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AUDIOPLASM:
    Heavy Meadow
  • Guillermo Ate My Lunch
  • Bob Smith Of The FBI
  • Pa la Lucha
  • Naddy Waddy
  • Heavy Meadow
  • Ass Man
  • Egg-Shaped Egg
  • Miss Bunnel's Holiday
  • Many Thanks To You, Jack
Everybody Loves Me
Guillermo Ate My Lunch
composed & produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
P/1: repinique & keyboards & track 
Rubio: keyboards
Guillermo Cárdenas: tambora 

For three weeks Audioplasm - Polarity/1 and Rubio - littered the studio till sunrise with scraps of lost & found sonic trash along with live playing; all marinated in delirium. The duo got some merengue percussion help from Guillermo Cárdenas on Guillermo Ate My Lunch, tenor sax honk from Michael Blake on Ass Man and Rubio's 3 year-old daughter Nadia supplied lyrics and vocals on Naddy Waddy.
Bob Smith Of The FBI
composed & produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
P/1: keyboards & track 
Rubio: keyboards

   In 1973 Danny Schechter – The News Dissector was gaining national attention as the hippie generation's own serious journalist. He was the news guy at WBCN, Boston's premiere FM radio station.
   A activist for Native American rights was staying at Danny's place while the FBI was longing to hold him at their place so the Feds sent Agent Bob Smith and his crew to Danny's apartment to make the arrest. When Agent Bob popped the door buzzer, Danny popped the RECORD button on his portable cassette deck and recorded the entire encounter.
   In 2003 Danny asked me to help him digitize some of his recorded archives. The recording of his encounter with the FBI is the source of all the voices on this track.
Pa La Lucha
words: James Fiorentino; music: Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
P/1: keyboards & track & BKG vocals
Rubio: keyboards & lead vocals

For three weeks Audioplasm - Polarity/1 and Rubio - littered the studio till sunrise with scraps of lost & found sonic trash along with live playing; all marinated in delirium. The duo got some merengue percussion help from Guillermo Cárdenas on Guillermo Ate My Lunch, tenor sax honk from Michael Blake on Ass Man and Rubio's 3 year-old daughter Nadia supplied lyrics and vocals on Naddy Waddy.
Naddy Waddy
composed & produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino; lyrics by Nadia Fiorentino
P/1: guitar, keyboards & track
Rubio: keyboards
Nadia Fiorentino: vocals

For three weeks Audioplasm - Polarity/1 and Rubio - littered the studio till sunrise with scraps of lost & found sonic trash along with live playing; all marinated in delirium. The duo got some merengue percussion help from Guillermo Cárdenas on Guillermo Ate My Lunch, tenor sax honk from Michael Blake on Ass Man and Rubio's 3 year-old daughter Nadia supplied lyrics and vocals on Naddy Waddy.
Heavy Meadow
composed & produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
P/1: keyboards & track  
Rubio keyboards
Produced by Polarity/1 & Rubio

For three weeks Audioplasm - Polarity/1 and Rubio - littered the studio till sunrise with scraps of lost & found sonic trash along with live playing; all marinated in delirium. The duo got some merengue percussion help from Guillermo Cárdenas on Guillermo Ate My Lunch, tenor sax honk from Michael Blake on Ass Man and Rubio's 3 year-old daughter Nadia supplied lyrics and vocals on Naddy Waddy.
Ass Man
composed & produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
P/1: keyboards & track
Rubio: piano
Michael Blake: tenor sax

For three weeks Audioplasm - Polarity/1 and Rubio - littered the studio till sunrise with scraps of lost & found sonic trash along with live playing; all marinated in delirium. The duo got some merengue percussion help from Guillermo Cárdenas on Guillermo Ate My Lunch, tenor sax honk from Michael Blake on Ass Man and Rubio's 3 year-old daughter Nadia supplied lyrics and vocals on Naddy Waddy.
Egg-Shaped Egg
composed & produced by Polar Levine
P/1: talking drum, moringa & assorted percussion, keyboards & track
Miss Bunnel's Holiday
composed & produced by Polar Levine & James Fiorentino
P/1: keyboards & track  
Rubio keyboards

For three weeks Audioplasm - Polarity/1 and Rubio - littered the studio till sunrise with scraps of lost & found sonic trash along with live playing; all marinated in delirium. The duo got some merengue percussion help from Guillermo Cárdenas on Guillermo Ate My Lunch, tenor sax honk from Michael Blake on Ass Man and Rubio's 3 year-old daughter Nadia supplied lyrics and vocals on Naddy Waddy.
Many Thanks To You, Jack
composed & produced by Polar Levine
P/1: keyboards & track