can we have a wacky/obscure/meme genre sharethread? Stuff like the Extreme Paintballers OST, lo-fi cassette recordings of retards, etc.
The Mask OST (1994)
>They call me Cuban Pete
>I'm the king of the rumba beat
>Yu Gi Oh! The Movie OST
Native Hipsters - There Goes Concorde Again
is this retarded enough for you OP?
Parappa The Rapper OST
>Hot Dang, Soundtrack, gangsta rap, avant-core, influenced Busdriver, Can sample
Sample: You Literally Don't Need One
Blade (1998) - OST
>Mostly mediocre hip hop and rap, with one or two techno/acid/big beat tracks, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX5_m0AwqPA lol
>it's tagged as Artist:Blade and Album:Soundtrack, with original artists in the track names, heads up
>The Rippingtons - Almost Complete Discography
>Easy jazz, local-on-the-8's core
>Basically Kenny G, proto-broporwave
Jack Mudurian - Downloading the Repertoire
>traditional pop, outsider music, a cappella, nursing home recordings
Sample, as heard on the Songs in the Key of Z compilation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3rDlokh5gE
and if you're looking for obscure stuff, here's some noise I ripped recently - kinda weird stuff but I definitely enjoyed it
Genital P-Orange - Recycled
>noise, sound collage, a bunch of neat sampling and sources mixed with various amounts of noise
>Chef Boyardee samples within the first 10 seconds so you know it's good
Various Artists - Naturalism
>"a compilation ranging from minimal forest droppings to ritualistic bloodbath songs." - nature tape limb
>Compilation of The Skaters, The Wooden Cupboard (James Ferraro side-project), and Jewelled Antler associates)
>Freak folk, drone, forestcore
Warning - s/t
how about this
Insane wacky tunes
"Based in Turners Falls, MA, Flaming Dragons Of Middle Earth are the brainchild of visionary wheelchair-bound ‘band shaman’ Danny Cruz, who leads an ensemble of rotating non-musicians, artists, oddballs, kids with Down Syndrome, etc in weekly jams at a community resource centre, playing what he describes as ‘Mud Lightning Metal’. Cruz is heavily into Sun Ra, Captain Beefheart and Roky Erickson"
Speaking of The Mask, this might be the most retarded thing I own.
>Songs from an obscure stage adaptation of the film that was performed in various British hotels
>Never listened to it before, can't tell you if its any good
>May actually be some of the best music ever and I would never know
Track 9 wouldn't upload for some reason, doubt you're missing much.
>literally recordings of retards
OP's wish fulfilled