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I do hope you are not scratching your heads in wonder and asking yourselves ‘Who is this Rotate the Completor?’ right now because it’s obvious isn’t it?

After all, he made it very clear in the lyrics of his album ‘Rotate the Completors: Completed Rotations of the….’ that he is the “…man with a Cabbage and an Antelope, a Cantaloupe who tried to steal (his) beer” and also that he has “…the biggest bunch of Salmon eating people that (he) calls his friends.” Not to mention the fact that he doesn’t “have 15 million friends or legs and that’s ok with (him)” or that he “just want(s) to be a house on the hillside.”

Yeah, that Rotate the Completor!!! So you understand who he is now? ….Oh, you don’t? Well, to be honest neither do I really.

RTC first appeared on the deserted back streets of inner city Tauranga, New Zealand as a geographically challenged busker in late December of 2008. However his foray into the world of busking was a brief one and he was not heard from again until September of 2009 when an audio cassette began to circulate among outsider music fans entitled; the aforementioned ‘Rotate the Completors: Completed Rotations of the….’. Reactions to the contents of this album have varied greatly, but while the mixture of negative and positive reviews have thus far been pretty even, all first time listeners can at least agree on one thing – it’s different and that’s for damn sure!!!

So could you be a potential RTC fan? Well that depends… Do you detest production values? Have a thing for silly voices? Especially when it’s obvious that they have only been affected in order to disguise a massive

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  • singhhamloud

    Hey just found this page so thought I should share the following news. Just received a new release from Rotate the Completor which he is calling R.T.C-E.P, have posted a review and a couple of songs from it over at Check it out, little different from 'Completed Rotations of the..' more bluesy and no drums but still very strange and addictive. Thanks.

    16 Jan 2011 Reply