I Was Bikini, But Rain Afraid released: 2009. I Was Bikini, But Rain Afraid.
At night we would bury the bodies under snow outside our tents to slow down the decomposition process. But we were not afraid. We felt we are all a part of humanity. Nambadia said the exhausted rescue team almost cracked emotionally when they found the climbers' belongings such as a toy penguin. They were emotionally charged when they found the baby penguin
It saw a dramatic change in creative direction from the pop stylings of Information Society's earlier work to a darker sound with prominent themes of paranoia and disaffection with modern life.
And then I remember to relax, and stop trying to hold on to it, and then it flows through me like rain, and I can't feel anything but gratitude for every single moment of my stupid little life. You have no idea what I'm talking about, I'm sure. That's right, I was choking the bishop, chafing the carrot, you know, saying "hi" to my monster! Carolyn: That's disgusting! Lester: Well forgive me, but some of us still have blood pumping through our veins.
Judy couldn’t explain what exactly she was afraid of. She NOT/BELIEVE in monsters or in ghosts. She was one of those rare girls who never screamed when she saw spiders, MOUSE and frogs. But everyone in her family knew that a dark room was the BAD of her fears. Amazingly, she felt safe all through the night. In a few days the lights stopped flashing but Judy realised she didn’t feel afraid of the dark any more. Judy was afraid of the dark. At night she always left the lights on. LEAVE. Judy couldn’t explain what exactly she was afraid of. She didn't believe in monsters or in ghosts.
|1||I Was Bikini||4:20|
|3||Hassle With Real||3:02|
|4||Ewoks In Domes||2:17|
|8||Sea Scenes For Sale||3:00|
|13||Looking For The Mountain||4:12|
- Cover – Beth Hoeckel
- Performer [Played By] – Bobby Burg, Greg Sharp, Jeremy Bolen
- Performer [With] – Jeanine O'Toole, Jesse Woghin
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Tim Iseler