Copyright (P) © Hepnova 1998 - 2017
This collection of tracks reveals the raw animal nature of the Hepnova crew. Recorded during the debased 1999-2000 era, these songs are sex obsession. Particularly featured here are the superb contributions of bassist John Chase and vocalist / percussionist Susan Webb, who lend freaky fun to the tracks and wrote the classic statement-of-purpose "Sexy Friends." The patently obscene "Sex Class" includes lyrical input from punk rock legend Brad Studio.
1. Sex Power
2. Flavor of the Month
3. Sexy Friends
5. Sex Class
By HepnovaThis collection shows what happens when Hepnova, Voltron-like, forms into a towering, straight-ahead rock band. The emphasis here is on live instruments and analog sounds. This collection includes the perfect Britpop ballad "Understated / Overrated" and the loose Latin feel of "Deep Sea Fish," along with the undeniable punk classic "Physical Tourette's." Most of this material is from the "classic" 1998-2000 era, but the title track is from the 2001 Hepnova sessions.
1. Physical Tourette's
4. Deep-Sea Fish
5. Red Hot Ice Queen
7. Drug Abuse
By HepnovaThese tunes have an Asian theme and are part of Leesean's pop supergroup concept Wonton Lust. From the perfect jangle-pop of "Karaoke" to the synthy poison of "Tokyo Methamphetamine Suicide," these tracks pack a kung fu wallop. Lyrics co-written by reclusive rocker Brad Studio add humor to the adolescent "Bumchow University."
2. New Asian Buffet
3. Yellow Fever
4. Tokyo Methamphetamine Suicide
5. Bumchow University
By HepnovaThis is a collection of pop covers and oddities that were recorded by Leesean and Nicholas in 2001. These tunes were subjected to the remorseless Hepnova reinvention process, and emerged delightfully improved. The irreverent DIY ethic of Hepnova comes across clearly here.
1. When Doves Cry
3. Losing My Religion
3. Hit Me Britney
4. Justify my Secret
|Reduce, Reuse, Remix|
By HepnovaA set of strange remixes from the original album sessions. Pepetrated by Leesean and Nicholas in late 1999 and early 2000. Representing th' abuse of digital technology at its most criminal. For hardcore fans only, with the exception of the masterful electro remix of "Struggling," wherein Leesean reimagines the bleak ditty as an 80s dancefloor lament. Recommended.
1. Anthem (Sugarbuzz Crunch Overdose Mix)
2. Dark and True (Cuban Jinks Mix)
3. Post-Modern Poster Child (90s Hangover Tweeze Mix)
4. Scandinavian Lover (P-Flunk Aimless Mix)
5. Struggling (After Hours Remix)
6. Netmaster 2 (Safety is Dangerous Glitch Mix)
7. Underground (Woozy No Tempo Mix)
8. Wild Strawberries (Morning After Dorm Room Mix)