What To Leave Out

ARTIST Stunt Rock
TITLE What To Leave Out (Unreleased, Unfinished and Abandoned Songs 1997​-​2011)
RELEASED December 25, 2011
CATALOG CLFST012
FORMAT Double Cassette
CIRCULATION 50 first printing / 50 second printing
AVAILABILITY Sold Out

TRACK LIST

Side One: Alcohol, Unemployment, and OS9 (1997-2000)
01. First Blood Symphony [Edit] (1997)
02. Channeling All The Anger About Your Parents Divorce Into A Half-assed Electronic Music Hobby (1997)
03. Hider In The House [feat. Mr. Sinister] (1997)
04. Joe Piscopo [Gein Rock cover] (1997)
05. Song About Murdering Girls #73 (1997)
06. But A ‘G’ Thang Ain’t Nuthin’ [feat. Mr. Sinister] (1997)
07. Ballad of The Angry Drunk White Jungle M.C. Misanthrope Who Is Brocking Out In Mom’s Basement, Part One (1998)
08. Ballad of The Angry Drunk White Jungle M.C. Misanthrope Who Is Brocking Out In Mom’s Basement, Part Two (1998)
09. Making Shitty Music So You Can Judge People For “Not Understanding Your Art” (1998)
10. Just Because This Is A Noise Show Doesn’t Mean It Has To Have A Terrible And Hard To Read Flyer (1998)
11. You, Your DJ Career, And So Many Wasted Weeknights (1998)
12. Embarrassing Yourself By Playing Shows With Local Bands In An Attempt To Meet Girls (1999)
13. News Samples + Skipping CDs = Late 90s (1999)
14. It’s All Fun And Games Until An Art School Dropout Takes Community College Art Courses (2000)
15. Letting Samples Carry The Songs (2000)
16. You Aren’t Good At Social Interaction So You Try To Make People Uncomfortable And Act Like You’re Really Into Grindcore When They Try To Talk To You About Music (2000)

Side Two: Community College, Mom’s Basement, and Regret (2001-2004)
01. “The Old Man I Am Becoming Versus The Young Man I Was” Is The Most Pretentious Song Title Ever (2001)
02. Girls Who Like Bjork Or The Pixies And Other People To Try To Avoid (2001)
03. Men Who Like Bjork Or The Pixies And Other People To Try To Avoid (2002)
04. You And Your Tattoo And All The Miserable Things You’ll Go Through Together (2002)
05. Unfinished REGRET™ Instruction Manual Demo #01 (2002)
06. Learning To Enjoy The Super Productive Time Periods When You Don’t Call Me For 6 To 8 Weeks (2002)
07. Unfinished REGRET™ Instruction Manual Demo #02 (2002)
08. Today’s Instrumental Hip Hop Is Yesterday’s Mannheim Steamroller (2003)
09. Wisconsin Is A Super Cool Place To Play Shows For Promoters Who Are Always Very Up Front And Professional With Great Audiences Who Are STD Free (2003)
10. Temper, Temper, Temper, Temper, Temper, Temper (2003)
11. I’m So Bored With Your White Dick And Other Unpopular Song Titles (2003)

Side Three: Credit Cards, Partying, and Life Wasting (2005-2007)
01. Song About Every Single Girl I Have Ever Met (2004)
02. The CVS Across From Fritz’s Corner (2004)
03. Unfinished REGRET™ Instruction Manual Demo #03 (2004)
04. Your Hobby is Flying Kites Because You Like To Look Totally Ridiculous In Front Of Strangers But Aren’t Into Getting Drunk At Bars (2004)
05. Making Songs About Financial Responsibility When You Have No Financial Responsibility (2004)
06. You Use The Black And White Setting On Your Digital Camera Because You Think You’re An Artist But Really You’re A Fucking Joke (2005)
07. Please Don’t Say “In A Perfect World” During Our Business Meeting (2005)
08. You’re Not A DJ You’re Just A Guy With 2 Ipods, A Hoodie, A Gold Chain Necklace, Some Acapella Mp3s And Terrible Taste In Music (2006)
09. Just Because It’s The Largest Metropolin Area Nearest The Suburb You Reside In Doesn’t Mean That’s Where You’re From (2006)

Side Four: Failure, Foreclosure, Living With Your Mistakes, and OS9 (2008-2011)
01. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part One (2006)
02. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part Two (2006)
03. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part Three (2006)
04. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part Four (2006)
05. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part Five (2006)
06. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part Six (2006)
07. Dumbing Down Your Art So You Can Open A 15-Act Hip Hop Show, Part Seven (2006)
08. Dear Christian Girl Part Two Original Demo [feat. Steve Bullyhuff on scratch guitar & Josh Anonymous on scratch drums] (2007)
09. Pride, Passion And People Yelling At You Wanting To Hurt Your Feelings (2008)
10. Dear Dildo Please Stop Using The Word Epic (2009)
11. Kiss Me Deadly (2009)
12. Deleting Your Social Networking Profile So You Can Mock People Who Notice Even Though You Did It To Get Attention (2009)
13. Milo Moves To Portland And Enters The Dating Scene (2009)
14. Schank Beats (2010)
15. You Have Speakers By Your Bed Because You Have The Shitty Priorities And Think You Get A Lot Of Pussy And That Girls Want To Listen To Music After They Have Sex With You (2010)
16. A Musicians Guide To Outgrowing And Alienating What’s Left Of Your Fanbase [feat. Steve Bullyhuff on banjo and stuff] (2010)
17. A Music Fans Guide To Outgrowing And Abandoning What’s Left Of Your Favorite Musician Or: How To Have Kids And Gain Weight[feat. Steve Bullyhuff on guitar] (2011)



2 responses to “What To Leave Out”

  1. hi stunt rock,
    how can i find “what to leave out” I’d like to hear it.

    i’m a big fan of “REGRET Instructional Manual Issue 1 – Questions and Answers For The Insecure Youth”
    my favorite song was 05 Wow, A New Release By My Favorite Idm Producer, Has It Been Two Weeks_
    but now it’s 07 Community College As A Means To Commit Suicide
    or
    Tracking A Relationship Through Bank Statements.

    if you come to paris let me know.
    i make comics, I’d be glad to make a exchange of drawing if you do this kind of stuff …

    best
    florent ruppert from paris.

  2. A. K. says:

    is there a particular reason why you don’t sell this on bandcamp as a digital release? because 500$ for a cassette doesn’t seem affordable to me ;_;

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