Saturday, January 29, 2011


Everything on this blog has been moved to my new better-looking and preferred Tumblr, Feral Star. Do not worry -- the albums, the songs, the lyrics, and everything else is there, in addition to other things not previously available on this blog. Following this post, Elite Mammoth will be defunct and useless (at least until the few remaining posts are moved to Feral Star).

Much thanks,
Sean Glover

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Promo for the new album

To celebrate the ridiculously-soon-to-come album Mad Positive Street Science, I've recorded a minute-long promo in a poor homage to one of the greatest bands in the history of music, the Blues Explosion (formerly Jon Spencer Blues Explosion). Enjoy.

Positively 4th Street,
Sean Glover

Friday, February 26, 2010

Two Early Songs (for Dad)

These were recorded sometime around late 2008/early 2009, a few months or so before I began to concieve the "alternative rap" music you hear on this blog.

1. Burger King Menu Rap

I have no idea how this came about, but it's pretty self-explanatory -- I rap/rhyme all the items on the Burger King menu for your listening pleasure. Recorded straight to Audacity (before my time with Mixcraft); beat is from my trusty old Casio keyboard. My parents constantly tease me whenever they hear this song about my unusual pronunciations of things, specifically "omelet" (which I do say correctly, according to and "one percent" (wumpacent). Also, in case you're checking the Burger King menu for whatever reason, you're out-of-luck -- the menu has sadly changed since then.

2. Old People

This is a bizarre little ditty called "Old People" which I randomly started improvising one morning. I quickly rushed to the computer to record this song. It sounded amazing, but was unfortunately lost somehow. So I re-recorded it with Audacity, and ba-zing, this song.


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Three Is A Magic Number

Cover of a classic Schoolhouse Rock song, for Mom.
(Right-click, "Save Target As", to save to computer)

"Three Is A Magic Number"

And the original Schoolhouse Rock song, for comparison/easy listening/memories/etc.:
"Three is a Magic Number", written and sung by Bob Dorough

And an old original song for Valentine's Day (late, I understand):
"You're My Valentine"