Sudden Death's 30th Anniversary
On April 23, 1986 I was on the bus heading home from school, sitting with my friends Dave and Scott. I casually leaned over to them and said "Hey, we should form a rap group." They said "OK." And the rest is history! Well, not really. But the fact remains that it was 30 years ago today that I started on the path that would lead me to producing hundreds of comedy songs, releasing a dozen albums, performing in front of hundreds and occasionally thousands of people, and having multiple #1 songs on the Dr. Demento Show.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Sudden Death I have posted the entire Sudden Death catalog on Bandcamp at http://suddendeathrap.bandcamp.com. These are the original mixes from the original releases, not the specially remastered ones for Rhythms from the Crypt. All eight Sudden Death albums are there from Dead Things Can Rap Too (1992) to Fatal Error (2008).
Additionally, the remaining Sudden Death CDs are 30% off for the next month. Fatal Error, Die Laughing, and Fatal Accident Zone are now just $6.99 over at The FuMP.
If you've been with me since the beginning, or even early on, thank you so much for coming along for the ride! If you weren't, thank you for joining at whatever point you came in! This is your chance to catch up on whatever you may have missed.
I'm truly honored and humbled to have had so much support over the years from so many awesome fans and people in the industry. While I have never made much money doing this I absolutely love doing it and can't imagine ever doing anything else. So here's to (at least) another thirty years of comedy rap! I will put down this microphone when you can pry it out of my cold dead hands!
Originally posted at DevoSpice.com. You can comment here or there.