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Consortium of Genius: Music for Supervillains

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WARNING! From the bowels of New Orleans comes the least dangerous- er, did I say least? I meant most, most! Most dangerous! Now please step away from the Sonic Mind Probe, Dr. Pinkerton... thank you...

Ahem. The most dangerous mad scientists in the history of rock music... or is that the most dangerous rock musicians in the history of mad science? Or is it the most dangerous mad musicians in the history of rock... oh, forget it.

BEWARE THE COG!

The Consortium of Genius has thrilled the aural tracts of unsuspecting victims throughout the deep South since 1996. Sharing the stage with such names as Mojo Nixon, Damien Storm, and the Great Luke Ski, the COG's talents for terror have paralyzed music fans and fandom fans from music halls to DragonCon main programming! (Granted, the paralysis has been due to infectious laughter, but evil science advances one jack-booted step at a time!)

With faithful and cutting renditions of musical styles from 1920s vaudeville to 1950s dance-craze to torch songs to punk rock to gospel to, yes, even the dreaded country and/or western, these maniacal malevolent musicians will make you BOW 2 THE COG!

For their first album in four years, the COG encounters their leader's sister, Dr. Formalda Hyde! When Dr. Pinkerton concocts a scheme to turn everyone on Earth into zombies, Formalda shows up to make sure he doesn't embarrass the Pinkerton family name (again). But when the current lab girl goes missing, Dr. Pinkerton's plan gets truly hijacked...

Cover art by Egypt Urnash.

Songs include:
I Think Therefore I Rock
Lab Coat
Evil is Fun
Too Many Atoms
Science Fight
Lab Girl
Zombie Apocalypse Barbecue
Everyone Dies But Me
Mallet of Metal
Do the Creep
Big Bomb
Free Bird
What a Friend We Have in Cthulhu
Farganargle


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  • Model: COG SUPERVILLAINS
  • 9 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Consortium of Genius


This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 23 November, 2010.

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