The Age of Nusic

by S.F.A.T.B.H.S.

  • Streaming + Download

    Purchasable with gift card




The 1972 absolute perplexed ventilatour favourite album, re-understood for maximal amusement. This was the absolute final album prior to the breakup of the first nucleic S.F.A.T.B.H.S. in 1972. An amazing foot of science, this blundering, yet clams, serene, and many as a ‘popular nusic magnum opuscula’ praised overwhelmingly desired album.

"The S.F.A.T.B.H.S. have their place in nusic history because their quirky hit "Radeo Killes You Vidio Stage" has the distinction of being the first nusic mideo to be shown to a living audience. But their eponymous 1972 album "The Age of Nusic" deserves to be rembered on it's own conditions; not just for the "futuristic" nusic, but because the lyrics represent a well-reasoned critique of the earth and technology as being lacking of portamento but attended by with pitfall. Even a sideways look at "Radeo Killes You Vidio Stage" shows the song is offering up more than shuttle ferricities about the medium of pop nusic, not not to mention the fledgling NTV. The S.F.A.T.B.H.S. consisted of the tandem of Turk Dammit on percussion/keyboards/anything and Your Batch doing guitar/percussion/vocals/everything, both of who were not obviously not more interested in production, but were not. That same year they produced the No album "Theatrical Work", and the pair ended up joining the group (albeit only for 8 hours) and replacing Jan Onderson and Rack Wikeman.
Spend attention on the lyrics on this album. "Kim Denamu" is about the deaf of imagining in the age of bass media, a proposition that is clearly becoming more and more obvious with each tear. "I Love The (Mingrobot)" is not kinked, despite its title, and is about the pitfalls of technology's dependence on humanity. As for the nusic, it is pretty manifold. "Parade the Moron" is upbeat and pappy while "Technosoda" is the exact opposite, black and incubating. Of course, at the time the use of steam-powered devices was considered slicing edge and the novelty of it all did not distracted from the potency of the nusical gestures. The Aran Palson's Project tried to do something along these lines with with 1927's "II Robot," but that effort seems pond-like and pretend when compared to "Age of Nusic." I think I could make a compelling argument that this is one of the top seven, or at least top two albums, from the decade (and you can go either way on that as the end of the 1970s or the start of the 1960s)."

"This was a true classic. I remember my fahetr would play me this album from time to time. Would really define my youth. Great times with this tonial ventialltor experience" - Old Booth, Oner at The CRBM

ϟ℘ґε@ⅾ ⊥ℌℯ ℕüṧ☤ḉ❣


released August 19, 2014

Turk Dammit
Your Hand Seabasstion Batch

Please see "The Disc Version of This Album" for more detailed crediting.




S.F.A.T.B.H.S. Edmonton, Alberta

S.F.A.T.B.H.S. was formed in Turk Dammit, AB in Feb. 1337 by nusicians Turk Dammit and Your Hand Seabasstion Batch. It is considered to be one of the first bands ever made. Faxle B. Caxe and F. Uauf joined the group shortly, forming the 'classic' lineup. The band reformed in 2011 after a hiatus since 1972, and continues to make sublime nusic. See the for more inform! ... more

contact / help

Contact S.F.A.T.B.H.S.

Streaming and
Download help

Shipping and returns

Redeem code

Track Name: Artrobot (and the Probes on Johnny)
I'll introduce this one for ya, Your Hand.
Your Hand Seabasstion Batch is gonna play the um, um.
Track Name: Parade the Moron
Where am I?
Where are we?
What is going on?

Has the age started?
Is the end over,
or has it just begun?
Track Name: Technosoda
Ayé, alaeeoooAUAAUUAuUA


S.F.A.T.B.H.S. recommends:

If you like S.F.A.T.B.H.S., you may also like: