HOMEBirdhouse Records
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Dark Side Of The Sun
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  I Gave Up On You
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  I'm Alright
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  Why You Gotta Be That Way?
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  Timothy
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  The Trouble You've Been In
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  When I Get Home
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  Another Song
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  Duane
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  The Great Northeast
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  Morrell Park
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  (I Wanna Do Anything)
But Look For A Job
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  I Must Confess
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  One For The Baker
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  Flapjacks
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  Ain't Got A Thing
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  Tell Me
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  Parachute
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  Precious Snapalicious
In early November 1977, Distortions released a CD entitled "Unknown Mystery 60's Group". The songs on the CD were found on a reel to reel tape purchased at an outdoor flea market in Philadelphia. At the time of the Cd's release, nothing was known about the band.
Intrigued by the recordings, Octopus Records decided to track down the combo responsible for such gems as "Birdhouses", "Percival", and "Are You Mad At Me". Requests for info about the unknown group were placed in the classified sections of various Philadelphia Newspapers. To make a long story short, a number of respondents (fans, neighbors, and relatives) provided clues that led Octopus to the band's drummer and archivist, currently living in Spain, who generously supplied Octopus with missing details, photographs, and tapes that make the second volume possible. Unfortunately, one concession to the members had to be granted before the release of Volume II: the identity of the band would have to remain anonymous. Why? The expatriate, serving as a spokesman for the others, replied: "It's more or less Bob Dylan's line: " I was so much older then. I'm younger than that now."

This release makes the title of the CD's seem a bit of a misnomer. Listeners will hear a few references to the 1970's both stylistically and lyrically. Birdhouse concedes that we all have to grow up (at least a little bit) some time or another.

Enough! Enjoy!