The song Spiders from the Sea Creatures self titled debut cd (available on itunes) pays homage to legendary "B" movie producer Roger Corman.
The video and photos, Produced by dstarr; are a trip though the creepy thoughts and demented people that infiltrate our lives and minds.
Enjoy the ride! BOO!
Originally written in 1989 by Fort Lauderdale band Ordinary Language as a seething outcry to protest Exxon’s careless dumping of oil and destruction of Prince Williams Sound in Alaska.
The Valdez spill (brought to you by Exxon), considered to be one of the most devastating human caused environmental disasters ever to occur in history, until the despicable 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill (brought to you by BP).
Residing in South Florida, Ordinary Language could not possibly sit silently on the sideline and watch an even more egregious destruction of our beloved planet and lifestyle.
To again lead the parade, Ordinary Language reunited to rewrite Spill Some Oil and record this new version to again speak out on behalf of Mother Nature and all those opposed to the corporate greed and carelessness in which they treat with our environment!
NO OFFSHORE DRILLING!!!
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Spill Some Oil is now available on iTunes and Amazon.