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After years of focus groups and market research we have come up with the perfect audio product for today's consumer. what our research has found is that today's music consumer wants to eat shit and say yummy, so we concocted the biggest load of shit the world has ever faced and hand bound it in a 24 page gold blocked book so fancy you'd think you won lotto. Yes our third installment of the rebirth of fool compilation series is simply a pearliest pearler ever, not only is it our most impressively packaged disc it's also the most expensive, labour intensive item we've ever produced. So if you wanna dumb down your ears down between bouts of xenakis and cage and hear the latest in retardation like 7u? channeling Wesley willis in an ode to this very organization, testimonials from my put to music by fool veterans new waver, unrequited love songs set in seedy adelaide establishments, instructional songwriting cassettes, gay audio porn spoken in thick Australian accents, absurd police tapes and a whole lotta other stuff not worth listing then this is the album for you.



7U? (Channeling Wesley Willis) - Ode To Dual Plover Record Label And CD Duplication 0:41
Die Purpurrote Ente - Wo Hin Ist Miene Wurst Gegangen? 2:45
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Mugwort Lycanthrope - Sodomy & The Pirate Tradition 3:51
Eric Kuhlmann - Crazyhorse 4:53
Toxic Lipstick Vs Kunt Featuring Scotch Egg - Punchingcones 2:33
Kenny & Kelvin - Footy Food 0:41
Nobody's Dreamboat - Nobody's Dreamboat 2:21
Sweden - Whole Lotta 3:29
Gulp Gulp - Dump Voxim 4:46
Christian Jonassen - Crazy 4:57
Al Duvall And Singing Sadie - Gloomy Sunday 3:16
Found - Rainy Days & Mondays 2:59
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Bad Tables - Hornsey Wood Ave 2 (Western Sydney) 0:24
Question Mark - Shafted 7:06
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XufoTofuX - T And A Is DAS Ghost 13:25
Rough Trade - Down The Beat 12:50


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"Those familiar with dualpLOVER’s extensive backcatalogue will no doubt have an inkling as to the sorts of disturbing contents packed into this latest compilation, and in this case, ‘Rebirth Of Fool 3’ captures the label’s extended roster in particularly harrowing / entertaining form. Your level of appreciation for this CD is likely to depend on your enjoyment of blacker-than comedy, but for those with a high offense threshold, there’s certainly plenty of hilarity packed in amongst the 20 tracks here. After kicking off with a Wesley Willis-inspired shout-out tribute to Lucas Abela, Rank Sinatra treats Bon Jovi’s ‘I’ll Be There For You’ to a fearsomely overdriven noise re-reading, Mugwort Lycanthrope’s ‘Sodomy & The Pirate Tradition’ ensures you’ll never go ‘Arr!” in quite the same way again, while Question Mark?’s ‘Shafted’ (an alias of Bloody Fist’s Mark N) appears to be an entire recorded court transcript of a guy who got busted for hanging a mannequin from his roof. Elsewhere, Bradbury associate Sweden destroys Zeppelin’s ‘Whole Lotta Love’ in his inimitable style, and anyone who ever wanted to hear Ray Parker Jr’s ‘Ghostbusters’ theme extended into a 13 minute version is going to be delighted with Xufotofux’s contribution here. Characteristically disturbing." - Cyclic Defrost


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