Most kids can?t buy music online. Kids in many towns can only buy music at chain stores like Walmart. For that reason Lucid Nation decided to archive all our music up till now for free download. To make it a special event for us and for people who like our music, we came up with the idea of the Hundred Song March: one song a day for a hundred days. Actually it will be closer to 150 songs and there will be missed days, and two missed weeks when our programmer goes on vacation. Consequently on some days we?ll put up more than one song to make up for lapses. All songs will have a story to go with them even if only a few sentences. We?ll include some pictures, too. When the Hundred Song March is complete the archive will remain available at Lucidnation.com. Brain Floss Records retains all copyright ownership. We hereby grant podcasters and radio DJs the right to broadcast all tracks. We hereby grant listeners the right to make copies for themselves and others. We reserve rights for use in soundtracks of any kind, and for any duplication for sale or other commercial use.
United States
25 episodes
since June 12, 2006


This fragment is the first recording of Ronnie and me playing together. We had just begun playing guitar a couple months before so our timing sucked, but I like the way it sounds like some kind of forgotten recording from the days of the Delta Blues, a couple of drunk sharecroppers learning to strum.I include it because it is the only remaining baby picture of Lucid Nation and you can see how deeply the blues had us under its spell. I said “my bad’ when I made a mistake so even though I didn’t want to sing at all I was the first vocalist for Cat Cult! The band is mine! Mine I tell you! My unconscious was all set to go go go but it would take riot grrrl to kick open the door. Listen to the song: Click Here
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