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Bot Prownies

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Bot Prownies 01:58
Wead 02:41
Jong Out 01:18
Brain Bricks 02:33
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ak6jY-zFR1k Kitty! Gotta change your kitty, living down With your girlfriend and song, Singing along, ah. Running it, back it up. Is it too evil to find? Yeah! Kitty good to me Yeah yeah yeah Greatest desire I got lots of them I go blah blah, right, deaf Blah, got off the rent, Donut french fry Blah blah blah That's the point of it Gone. Word up. Let's not change dental floss. The world's not been your famous address What's a man, ah one more time. Banana song. Get up! Jumping Cross stitch, get up, dance with slow motion. Onwards and onwards takes Us to west Your aunt says she wants to dance But don't ask her out (ask her out) Down down dance down down More leg. Gonna get you. Sinners, Sinners don't rejoice this bread. But shooting instead Down down, gonna help some. To the right (help some) It's your excitement What's that fine smell, toast? (Write me) My monster custard. (lyrics interpreted by Keir Finlow-Bates)
Sloppy Cops 01:54
Lose Home 02:14


We dare you to write lyrics

Mishead lyrics videos:
"Bot Prownies" youtu.be/71Yoab-wswg
"Wead" www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLnv1uOnKMQ

This neural punk album is part of a submission to NIPS 2017 Workshop for Machine Learning, Creativity and Design: "Generating Black Metal and Math Rock" [Carr & Zukowski 2017].

This is a parody of NOFX's Punk in Drublic.

Music was generated autoregressively with SampleRNN, a recurrent neural network [Soroush Mehri et al. 2017], trained on raw audio from the album Punk in Drublic. The machine listened to Punk in Drublic 26 times over several days. The machine generated 900 minutes of audio. A human listened to the machine audio, chose sections from varied evolution points, and taped them together into a 20 minute album. Song titles were generated by a Markov chain. The album cover and album title were human designed.


released February 27, 2018

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