Kulululu

by Kulululu

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we are kulululu and you are kulululu yes we are kulululu and you are also that thing that we are called kulululu he is kulululu and she is kulululu yes you are kulululu and we are kulululu HEY!
2.
01:16
television we are two with me television check us out on channel 14 television television ahhhhhh television painting happy trees far out all around antenna bending colors on my tv tv look at me looking at you staring back at tv tv look at me looking at you staring back at me
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just look into my eyes and don't you dare ask why unless you want to know and then you should ask why we want to heal your souls so we can make them whole just look into our eyes and don't you dare ask why
4.
01:42
are you feeling fine? how fine are you feeling? i think you're feeling just fine are you having fun? how much fun are you having? i think you're having too much
5.
00:47
my dad's a crab and i call him crab dad crab dad
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tie your shoes wipe your mouth brush your teeth don't be late drive a car go to school get a job don't be a fool don't be weird shake my hand like you mean it now go clean it shave your head make your bed have a kid and then be dead
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02:37
it's only five thirty pm take a look out the door find the sunken devil until he blows away and fills the holes in your flore look for more ask again tell me nothing isn't better when you've got too much of it all send a flower to a loved one let your skin and your blood retreat leave an open window for them or a piece of this to eat
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02:40
the grass is always greener on the other side and all the people over there seem like there doing fine until you look inside of them and find that they're all empty all the things they have are so nice and all the cars the drive are so fly all the clothes they wear are so fine why can't it all just be mine?
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don't you dare put anything where it does not belong you should know much better than that you should know you're wrong how would you like it if someone treated you like that i hope that you've learned your lesson and you're never going back maybe someday they will learn to treat you with respect instead of always taking anything that they can get it would be so nice to teach our kids to care to think and then maybe they would be kind and then maybe they wouldn't stink
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my dad's a crab and i call him crab dad crab dad
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I can't do a backflip or frontflip either way i just cant i can't do a hand plant or a heal flip or a frontside healflip backside crooked grind or a hardflip melongrab or a rocketair mm but i don't care but i'll tell you i do love to ride my board and have a good time cruising down a slopey hill slopey hill slopey hill slopey hill carving up the asphalt la la la la la la la la la lan la la

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Recorded and mixed by David Pollock at Fortress Galaxy in Portland OR
Mastered by Julian Silva at On Air Mastering in Portland OR

PRESS
"Their music only adds to the disorientation; it’s art-punk operating within the parameters of free jazz, and it’s real weird. This week, they’re releasing a new self-titled album. Pogo-stick rhythms devolve into saxophone freak-outs on tracks like “Green Grass” and “Bee Ba Do Ba Dow,” while “Crab Dad” and “Crab Dad Again” refine the art of the sub-one-minute punk explosion." -Ciara Dolan Portland Mercury

"Kulululu Is a High Concept, Low Brow Spectacle."

"The term "Kulululu" is used by the band in an interchangeable elasticity. It's a verb, a noun, a philosophy. If you ask them what it is they'll tell you it could be anything. You might have Kulululu and not even know it. You might be Kulululu right now." -Cris Lankenau Willamette Week

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released July 29, 2017

Special thanks to David Pollock, Noah Nixon, Julian Silva, Chris Riedl, Haley Heynderickx, Joseph Berman, Bob and Carrie Evans, Dazzleships Records, and all of the inhabitants of the earth.

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Kulululu Portland, Oregon

Kulululu has traveled long and far to finally arrive on earth. While here, Kulululu is in search of the answers to the questions; why? and why not? You may not understand what they are saying. You may not understand why they look the way they do. They may not understand these things either. What's important is that time is continuous, and without it we cannot find our way back to where we started. ... more

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