This massive monster comp of all our original recorded songs and a few tasty
covers was given out at the the Flying Bull Saloon. This show was one of the
coolest shows to dates. We played with the Hellcats and the Pro-Teens.
I know I've been known to say bad things about Slow Andy in jest, but in this
case I mean what I say. This album was a real piece of crap. We
recorded all 6 songs in about 30 minutes all in one take. It was mixed
fairly well, but man oh man, the tempos where all over the map, the vocals were
all off, and we plays all kinds of wrong notes. I throw this CD in every
now and then for a good laugh. I love it. I couldn't be more proud
Given out at Gullifties Underground in New Cumberland, Pa, includes live
original and cover tracks from Murphs Other Bar in York, Pa.
Our largest promo release so far, Given out at Fat Daddy's in York, Pa.
included all recorded original music to date with a few older cover tracks.
Our tribute album to my favorite horror film, 'Night of the Living Dead.'
Featured the mostly horror themed original and cover tracks. This one was given
out on Halloween night at The Village Nightclub in Lancaster, Pa.
As well a primarily horror themed promo release for it was given out at the
self proclaimed '#1 Horror attraction in America', the Field of Screams in
Lancaster, Pa. This one Debuted 'Surf's Up, Soup Kitchen.'
This one's title says it all... Slow Andy took 6 songs and covered them very
very poorly. It was given out at the 4th Street Station in Gettysburg,
Pa. We got a lot of flack over the cover. We told them to fuck off.
Our first real attempt a quality recording in the living room. This one debuted
'Mary Margaret Masterson.' This little mess was given out at the 4th Street
Station, in Gettysburg, Pa at a battle of the bands. And if I
may boast a bit, we came in first place of 5 bands, 3
of which were clearly better than we were, but the crowd loved us for some
reason. We won a whopping 50 dollars.
This sucker was a mess. We handed this one out at the Flying Bull Saloon at our
first real show (which happened to be an acoustic show.) This one includes a
messy special bonus track of It's On (Baby) from around the first time we wrote
it. It's laughable.
By right-clicking on the links below, you can download a bunch of the old
shitty recordings we've done in our living room. Please, by no means
judge us by this crap, its just for those of you who just have to have this old
This is one of my favorite songs we do. The recording isn't too bad. We
recorded this one around the end of 2005.
Surfs Up, Soup Kitchen
This is an old one. It doesnt sound too bad, but the way we play it now
is much cleaner.
We recorded this sucker for a contest on the Howard Stern show. We wrote
the music to lyrics they had provided. We wrote, arranged, and recorded this
song in about 20 minutes. It's a fun song.
Livin' With A Necromancer
This one I wrote when i was in high school and revamped it for Slow Andy.
The recording is about 3 years old. The song sounds much different (and
I love this song. It's one of my favorite recordings. We wrote it in
about 15 seconds when a recording session went awry. It was written to make fun
of a bumbling engineer.
Mary Margaret Masterson
This is the second song I wrote for Slow Andy. I was watching Leave it to
Beaver when attempting to come up with song ideas. It's about that
episode. This recording about again about 3 years old and the song has
been revised considerably.
It's On (Baby)
First song written for the band. It's horrible but we still play
it cause it gives the Five-0 some time to perform guitar tricks.
The recording is so-so but its fun to listen to.
This is a surf-punk instrumental that we used to open with a few years
go. the recording is about 2 years old.
They're Coming To Get You Barbara
I'm in love with this song... the recording its actually not so bad.
We don't typically play this one anymore, but its always fun to attempt to
figure out what Scotty is saying. Oh, listen for the worst vocal
harmonies in the world in the chorus.
Yes, your ears aren't deceiving you... this is actually us playing the worst
song ever written. It is so fucking fabulous, if our entire album was
filled with music of this quality we'd be cult favorites. I don't think
we'd ever be able to choke out anything as perfectly bad ever again.