I did a search on the Sandisons and a few interesting, unknown song titles came up.
These are: Blueberry, Flute Frum Thing, It's Too Orangey, Sdesis, Woice099 (alternate title Woice Zero Ninety Nine). And there's Nissan Statistics, but I think we all know what that is.
Can't really find anything on these titles by using Google and music websites, except for It's Too Orangey, Everything2.com says this:
Too Orangey for Crows
A late 80s television advertisement for Kia-Ora on British TV featured an animated cartoon character walking along swigging the drink. The commercial was a moment of inspired surrealism, as the character was followed by Looney Tunes-style cartoon characters, notably large crows in zoot suits requesting a drink.
"Hey mister, can I have some of your Kia-Ora ?"
"No, it's too orangey for crows. It's just for me and my dog"
"I'll be your dog!"
Cue jingle: We all adore-a, Kia-Ora
A wonderful, insane, magnificent example of advertising at the height of the 80s yuppy boom.
Wouldn't be surprised at all if Boards Of Canada sampled this.
Are these tracks music written by the Sandisons under an alias? Are these track titles of a new EP copyrighted in advance? Or what?
Research and discuss!