The Neanderthal Spongecake FLAC album
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The Neanderthal Spongecake was a rock band created by musician, writer, and filmmaker Cevin Soling. Soling sang lead vocals and played the acoustic guitar; other band members were Bill Brandau, Andy Thunder (the stage name of Andrew Mass), Dan Kornfeld, and Craig Boyce, who was later replaced by Mark Tomase. The band's first album was The Side Effects of Napalm in 1998.
Album · 1998 · 12 Songs. The Side Effects of Napalm The Neanderthal Spongecake. Listen on Apple Music.
The album cover shows DuBrow in a straightjacket and mask, as later seen in the video. The mask became a kind of talisman for the band, showing up in their promotional materials and on later album art and videos. The songwriter/producer Spencer Proffer produced the album, including this track. Proffer owned a recording studio and was key to giving Quiet Riot their start, but much of his later work was far less Metal: he was the music consultant on the show Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, and produced the TV series Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child. In 1998, Kevin Dubrow sang on an acoustic version with The Neanderthal Spongecake that appeared on their album The Side Effects Of Napalm. Cevin Soling of The Neanderthal Spongecake explained how this came together: "Eric Clapton had done his cover of Layla, of his own song.