Sweat Your Cheeses, But Not in My Salad is the third album by Vas Deferens Organization, released on November 4, 1997 through Charnel Music. Inspired by Nurse with Wound's debut album, the band included a list of five-hundred and ninety-seven bands that they deemed important on the inside of the CD's booklet. All music composed by Vas Deferens Organization. Vas Deferens Organization. Brian Artwick – instruments. Matt Castille – instruments, production, engineering.
Dallas' Vas Deferens Organization builds Frankenstein sonics out of unexpected samples in freakish rhythms. It's a circus sideshow of beats and blips from the found sound radar.
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Vas Deferens Organization is an American experimental band and a production team founded in Dallas in 1994 by Matt Castille in association with Christopher Moock, Jason Cohen, Barbara Cohen, Craig Carlton, Breck Outland, and Reagen Boone. In 1995 Eric Lumbleau joined the group. From 1995 through 2007, VDO was a loose collective centered on Castille and Lumbleau and ever-changing collaborators. Christopher Moock reunited with Castille and Lumbleau in 2007. They have worked, among many others, with Brad Laner of Medicine fame, Mercury Rev, and Ariel Pink with whom are friends. Zyzzybalubah is the second studio album by the rock band Vas Deferens Organization. It was released in 1997 through Aether Records.
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Sweat Your Cheeses But Not In My Salad. Never was too keen on this Dallas experimental band. I'll give 'Sweat Your Cheeses' this much. It's a LOT better than their annoying 'Idiot Parade' CD. Tracks here seem to feature freaky rhythms and offbeat song structure to give their loyal fans what they want.