In this second part of this episode, Serene speaks frankly about his worst-ever album or least loved album anyway. Cutting Tailor Modern is the sixth of eight albums he recorded for the RPM Challenge in the month of February, 2015 (where you record a whole album in 28 days). It didn't get released so much as it escaped, with Serene trying to get other people to record the individual songs as Onus Records' Single of the Weekend instead of pushing a latest album under people's noses.
Among the topics discussed in this next batch of songs: royalty free sax, loss of faith, U2, the six or seven stages of grief, Donovan, Levi Stubbs Jr. and Richard Nixon's farewell speech to the White House staff.
Songs include "E.T.A.," "The Fight In Me," "I Am the Perpetrator," "What's 1 More Soul 2 the Devil?" "Shoulda Never Left," "Passionless" and "Come On Richard."
Click here to stream the entire Cutting Tailor Modern album.
Click here to read the backstory of The Dee Cups and hear their identical version of "I Am the Perpetrator."
Click here to read the backstory of Donna Fortunata and hear Margo Brookover's version of "What's 1 More Soul 2 the Devil?."
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