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View all. No Variation. If there were a hit machine we would get the same result each time. The exact same sales. Each album generates the same revenue. Of course we know this is absurd. No one would really expect this to happen. We reasonably expect there to be variation in sales for each successive albums. No matter how firmly we control the inputs to the machine. There are just too many other variables. Global cultural tastes change. We introduce some variation.
A little randomness or pseudo randomness. Now we get something that seems more reasonable. But as it turns out we know a lot about the variation in album sales. And here wild is actually a real mathematical term. So if there is a hit machine it would have to generate wild variation in sales with the same inputs. Like this:.
So marginal they are pretty much irrelevant. Yet the results were wildly dfferent. Or in gross revenue terms 16 million versus million. Another important fact. For example if you look at the subset of just Camper Van Beethoven songs. But I doubt that it is just Camper Van Beethoven.
I suspect the same for the Narco-corridos sub genre. CVB writing a smash hit in The guy in the hat was not visible to the naked eye. He is a minor demon of the Santa Catalina class.
We would often accidentally conjure him during moments of intense creativity. Our friends were also dubbing and passing around our cassette. It started to become one of our popular songs. At least within our circle of friends. But it was not the only song that people liked. If someone had traveled from the future and told me we would have a hit on our first album I would not have picked this song as being the hit.
Not in a million years. I would have more likely picked Where the Hell is Bill. The lyrics were purposely structured so that it would be devoid of meaning. Each subsequent line would undermine any sort of meaning established by the last line.
It was our way of rebelling. BTW this is the most important fact about this song. We wanted the words to lack any coherent meaning. There is no story or deeper insight that I can give you about this song. Plus both songs were pretty jokey.
Something that seemed popular at the time. We got a few good reviews and a handful of college radio stations began to play a couple of the tracks. Where the Hell is Bill was one. We were pretty excited. There were probably 20 college radio stations in the country summer of that were playing our record. In September we decided that we should mail out another round of promo copies of our album. Sometime later that fall something unexpected occurred.
But somehow word began to get out that we were being played on the BBC and suddenly our cool factor went way up with college radio. I had been calling various West Coast college radio stations for some time. I was always trying to find gigs for Camper through the college stations. I was also aware that this also helped to promote airplay. So it was very apparent when the sea change came.
And everyone wanted to talk about the fact we were getting played in the UK. Shortly after this we began to see our record charting on nearly every college radio station in the US as well as a number of commercial stations. It is just a strong hunch.
And I think I am probably right. We would have been regarded in the way our friends and fellow travelers The Dead Milkman were regarded: A cute band, an interesting and clever novelty. The Dead Milkman were a punk band from Philadelphia. They put out their first album almost the same week Camper Van Beethoven released their first album.
They were funny and irreverent like Camper Van Beethoven. Camper Van Beethoven was definitely a weirder ensemble but the bands were very very similar in many other ways. Our fanbase overlapped a good deal. They were also on a very small independent label. The same college radio stations played us. And they also were completely self directed. For the early part of our career the two bands were traveling in parallel. Serious mainstream journalists began writing favorable stories about us.
We also began to garner interest from major record labels. Then one little handwritten note on the beautifully designed Independent Project stationary made all the difference in the world for this song.
But this was not common knowledge. Somehow this little factoid filtered down to us and when our album s were mailed they included a personal note to the DJ from one of us or Bruce Licher. This made our album stand out from the stacks of albums that the BBC would receive each week. Still the modern music business was based on a success ratio of something like 1 in I know many of my readers are smart and will quickly point this out. For the sake of readability I am completely fudging here. Taking proactive measures to eliminate toxins from the body can help to ease your overall toxic burden and enhance whole body health and well-being.
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They support direct action in defence of the environment, hunt sabotage and resistance against racism, sexism, homophobia, fascism and imperialism.
After the now defunct music weekly Sounds gave their previous home-recorded demo a favourable review, demand increased for gigs further afield. A second studio demo, Green Anarchoi followed before the release of the first vinyl offering, Resist the Atomic Menace. The line-up of the group has starred an impressive fifty members since their formation, making up the countless incarnations of the band. The band is currently based in Scotland. Attacking world leaders and multi-national companies with humour and anger in different languages The band holds a political view which some call ultra-hardline ecologism, with the motto "No compromise in defence of our earth".
They support direct action in defence of the environment, and endorse resistance against racialism, fascism and imperialism. They are considered by many to be one of the premier faces of anarcho-punk. They have recently started singing in Scottish Gaelic and use the language in day to day communications. They see the use of Gaelic and other endangered languages as important to maintaining the biocultural diversity of life.
Singer Derek has recently become involved in Gaelic television and has appeared as Moses on a Gaelic comedy programme.Jun 09, · Need to report the video? Like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign in. 2, Don't like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. we'll be fine - Duration: