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Friday, October 7, 2005


LJ Interests meme results

  1. adam davis:
    Professor Murder, the Devyle in disguise, member of G-g-g-g-g-UNIT!

    betcha you didn't know that.
  2. differential calculus:
    i dunno... it's, uh, math?
  3. goth bunnies:
    from the poem The Morbid Bunnies, which we are not allowed to reprint because the author is a money grubbing ass pony (see below)
  4. josh mcclellan:
    never heard of him. sounds like an asshole.
  5. kwyjibo:
    a joke from the first actual episode of the simpsons:

    quoth the simpson:

    Kwyjibo. Uh... a big, dumb, balding North American ape. With no chin.
  6. minor annoyance:
    like stubbing your toe. oh, and uh, what did I call it? shit... hold on...

    i forgot the stupid mission statement.
  7. minorannoyance:
    again, never heard of him. sounds like a liar and a thief.
  8. monkeys in a branch:
    flinging poo. that's what monkeys in a branch would be doing.
  9. odd music:
    like skee-lo, or The Sinister Ducks. Or the five blobs.
  10. rabbits:
    wascawy wabbits, to be specific. wabbits is funny.

Enter your LJ user name, and 10 interests will be selected from your interest list.

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

3:37AM - It's right, we never die!


I want more audio books.

Let's get crackin.

Free copies to all involved.

Sunday, September 5, 2004


So, what are we going to do with this here blog? Retire it or hold on for a reading base?

Wednesday, January 28, 2004

11:25PM - just thinking...

would it count as a radio show if we just made a cd-length recording and pretended it was a radio show?

Thursday, September 25, 2003

6:42PM - general question

if minor annoyance were to come back, re-band as it were
(and yes, right now it's in disbanded state)

what would you want it to be like?

the old minor annoyance is not an option. in the post doug fallout, i have no taste for old MA. i'm still playing around with englund's idea, and the non-existent tv show mills around in my head all the time, but before i deleted all the songs, i went back and listened to them, and most of it was bad. just not interesting.

or should it just stay disbanded?

Current mood: contemplative

Tuesday, May 13, 2003

12:58AM - spoobitty baa

One more for the anals.

I mean annals.


Detachable rubberised spleen.

Monday, May 12, 2003

11:01PM - Hoo Haa Hoobitty Haa Haa

Breaking the silence from the hill country of Tejas, the elusive and groggy DJ Ravel500 has completed:

MORK! A new -- err, "piece," for your "consumption"

Cough cough.


QuickTime movie file (MPEG Audio Interlaced Layer 4), 3 MB

Thursday, March 27, 2003


Things slow to boil on the bootleg remake new tunes side, so far as I've heard... Things are precarious.

Also, Minor Annoyance is slated for airplay on a local (Austin, TX) radio station in late April.

Friday, March 7, 2003


DATELINE: San Marcos,TX, 5 March 2003
(from the Georgetown Pulp Reader)

Dennis McShowrleen

The ephemeral entity known as DJ Ravel500 was seen walking out of a local Cracker Barrel with a toothpick, a bag of cilantro and a jaw harp. When asked about the delay on the upcoming "Minor Annoyance Covers and Spoons Kraftwerk (And Then The German Goth Boy Wept In Satiated Pain)" EP, he only clucked like a horny chicken whilst flagellating his legs about so that they met up with his crotch.

A call to his press secretary, Mariah Sneep, elucidated some details. "He is quite busy with other sideprojects right now and has been dedicating his time among learning how to write neural nets, creating drumbeats using household pots, pans, and shrunken heads, and has been tending his flock of feral ferrets which roost in his pants." She snortled and continued, "We anticipate a full release of the three Kraftwerk covers and three bonus tracks within a month's time. In the meantime, we have received about three calls a day from people wanting to know more about Minor Annoyance in general, and all I tell them is that the band is in transition and is shrouded under a creamy veil of mystery, opaque as the eggs laid by lead robins."

Rumor also has it that DJ Ravel500 chatted with former King Crimson drummer Pat Mostelotto after a recent eighth blackbird ensemble concert.

Thursday, February 27, 2003


These people appear to be taking the MA philosophy to weird levels. And I do believe they've been copying MA.

I smell lawsuit.


Tuesday, February 25, 2003



Rumor has it that one of teh Kraftwerk spoofs -- um, remakes -- yeah, one of the remakes is complete.

Details to follow...

12:27PM - gah!


This is insanely popular...and it's sooooo MA, if i didn't know better, i'd think they were rippin' us off.

*remembers that she has been wanting to get better at using Director so she can do simple animations...*

Thursday, February 20, 2003

11:44PM - Here it is! I found it!

Subcutaneous death-metal cult band rumoured to be creating Kraftwerk homage EP
Martin Westergaard-Øtseinländer, Detroit Free Press

DULUTH, MINNESOTA (Reuters) – Legendary multi-member death metal group Minor Annoyance has leaked to select press members that they are beginning work on a tribute album to the iconoclastic German art-techno group, Kraftwerk.

Coming on the heels of the insanely popular EP, A FAST PACED MINOR ANNOYANCE ALBUM FOR A FAST PACED WORLD, a work in which the two founding fathers of the group returned to a capella roots, eschewing the recent trend of overdubs and techno-inspired riffs, the as of yet untitled tribute album is said to only include three Kraftwerk favorites – “We are the robots,” “Numbers,” and “Metropolis.”

What should the average Minor Annoyance fan expect? In short, no one can be certain. The most popular (but not the most reliable) buzz is that the album will have slightly more-arranged, less-electronic pulsings and be afoot with edgy air-guitar and lyrics consisting of Zombie sounds and crows. The other widely-bandied rumor is that the songs will be recorded backward with a lot of white noise added in with a homeless man singing atop the tunes. One of the more disturbing elements of this album is that The Dark Lord Satan (who was unavailable for comment) has not authorized this album, though he may be expected to shortly. The album appears to be a brain-child of DJ Ravel500, a crazy pigfucker who roams the Llano Estacado in the remote, western reaches of Texas.

When the reporters contacted Wolfgang Flür, only his answering machine responded, playing REM’s “Everybody Hurts” followed by a Ben Kweller tune. We contacted ex-Kraftwerker Karl Bartos, who had this to say: “Vee are not certain vether wee can allow ziss album to be put to press,” smoking a Djarum Splash and drinking absinthe, his eyes round and hollow, like a dead doe, yet scintillating and dark, like a sexy young doe. “Vile vee appreciate zee overtures and respect and blatant stroking, I for one am not so sure vether ziss kind of sing can be allowed. I mean, have you read their lyrics? Vulgar and repressive! Catchy though their tunes are, Kraftwerk, paragon of all that is ambivalent and simultaneously dated and futuristic, is not a playground for art’s infidels.” He quickly added, “But I am not in Kraftwerk anymore, so I could not give two shits about it. Will The Dark Lord Satan give me his autograph?”

The anticipated release date, accompanied by a few rumored short expressionist films, is slated for the very end of February. The album may or may not be available on either the official site, the renegade fan website, or in stores near you,

Wednesday, February 19, 2003


...Indeed, I'm not sure whether it's a true lie or a false truth or a Baby Ruth. mmm sweet peanuts. I saw a news story on it, and when I'm not between classes or eating tasty muppets, I shall screech it out for all to see.

Viva MA!

Tuesday, February 18, 2003

2:33PM - i hadn't heard this rumour

pretty hot though...

i know MA is gonna do a live show a Kind of Blue...

Wednesday, February 19, 2003


...Rumor has it that there may be a few Kraftwerk knockoffs in the works. And by knockoff, I mean homage. And by homage, I mean remake. And by remake, I mean knockoff.
Can anyone verify this? Can I verify this? How the hell did the Latin root veri end up with such a fucked up suffix?

Tuesday, February 18, 2003

4:51AM - That's Right, We're Back!

I'm so glad you all could make it......

let the DOOOM-ing begin!

Current mood: ecstatic

Wednesday, February 19, 2003




I am the co-moderator of this group. I am silentjack, and the other co-moderator is minorannoyance. Eat a waffle!


Current mood: fuckin metal