Fatt Alice was born in a thrift shop, and took their first breath of air in a minivan owned by a polish family, driven by a prince.

On February 29th 2008, Fatt Alice released their latest album; their first full length LP, entitled “Unreleased Masterpiece”. The album consists of 24 tracks of ambient-funk soundscapes. The deluxe edition of the release had a bonus CD consisting of another full 24 songs. The North American deluxe edition is said to be a limited run of 30, individually numbered and signed by all 4 band members. It is a very prized collectors item among Fatt Alice fans.

The band has no known political, philosophical, epistemological, or sexual affiliations, and to date, no serious speculations have been made about the deeper meaning of any of the band’s songs. It is however clear by listening to the pieces present on their latest release, that there is some sort of underlying science fiction element to the music.

Fatt Alice has paradoxically been hailed as both “highly talented sounds of futures past” and “ultimately pointless and random driveling noise”.

Edited by pureevilmatt on 19 Dec 2008, 01:10

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