Oglio Records and our sister label Crappy Records are proud to announce the June 5th release of our first Crappy compilation, Have A Crappy Summer! Check out this awesome track listing:
Album Track listing:
1 Bowling For Soup - T.G.I.S.
2 Allstar Weekend - Buzzed
3 Dollyrots - Super Mega Ultraviolet
4 Erik Chandler - Malibu Classic
5 Linus Of Hollywood (feat. Brett Anderson of The Donnas) Summer Fling
6 Nerf Herder - I'm The Droid You're Looking For
7 Hollywood Ending - Famous
8 Jarinus (feat. Paul Gilbert) - Why's It So Hot?
9 MC Lars - Summer Camp Love (It's So In Tents)
10 Patent Pending - These Pools Were Made For Hopping
11 Josh Caterer of Smoking Popes - Ask
12 Sunderland - Wherever You Wanna Be
13 People On Vacation - This Is Me
14 Super Happy Fun Club - OK OK
15 Madina Lake - Every Little Thing
16 Ryan Hamilton - We've Got the Summer (Digital Download Only Bonus Track)
Los Angeles California – Nerd Rock favorites Nerf Herder will be releasing their fourth album entitled “IV” via their new deal with Oglio Records, distributed by Fontana/Universal. “IV” is produced by Angus Cooke (former The Ataris), owner of legendary Santa Barbara based Orange Whip Studios. Nerf Herder will tour to support “IV” which includes odes to cassettes, orange backpacks, golfshirts, orb clutching dragons, manatees, the awesomeness of Led Zeppelin, Santa Barbara, high school dances and later high school reunions all mixed with perhaps the album’s greatest secret ingredient, unrequited love.
The razor witted “IV” continues in the vein of the classic Nerf Herder of “Sorry”, “High Five Anxiety”, “Mr. Spock” and “Van Halen” fame, as well as sly Jim Gaffigan references, securing the band as one of melodic Geek Rock’s leading lights. Lev Grossman from Time Magazine’s “Nerd World” blog recently had not one but two Nerf Herder tracks in their Top 10 All Time Nerd-Pop and Nerdcore Songs. New music videos include “Oh Me, Oh My” and an animated video for “Manatee” by Decoy Milk.
The band takes their name from a Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back reference — when Princess Leia insults Han Solo with "Why you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder!”. They are also responsible for the Buffy The Vampire Slayer theme song and performed as the very last band to play show’s fictional venue during Buffy’s final season. Nerf Herder music can also be heard in the MLB 2K7 video game and in the Geek By Night podcast series.