The Red Album is now available at Bandcamp. I've made it available on a "name your own price" basis (where that price can include "Free"), and both individual tracks and the whole shebang are download options.
In 2000 as we were getting set to leave Tucson I decided to put an album of music together to give out to friends. While I'd recorded myself playing guitar on and off since starting college, and had a four-track recorder since 1994 or so, I was now using our Windows 95 machine and was able to put together that sounded much better than before. Not that it sounded perfect, of course, as some of the low-level electronic noise can attest. It was fun to put together, if a learning process. I spent a lot more time on doing multiple takes and backing vocals than I have since, though some of that time and effort was just figuring out what was going on.
The set of songs was largely drawn from Science Diet songs, and all the members of Science Diet appear on two of the entries (To All The Girls and Taking Matters Into My Own Hands). Get Out of My Life (aka Psychopath) was another crowd favorite and the original closing song, but after deciding that was a bit too harsh as a closer I quickly recorded Any Other Way. The non-Science Diet songs tended to be those for which I both had a soft spot and felt like I could do well. The day before we left we had a friend burn some CDs from the files (it was still a big hassle back then) and we stuck them in mailboxes.
Depending on how this goes I may post the other albums (and future "real" releases) there as well; the Bandcamp setup looks like it supports album covers and extra stuff pretty easily. They require the poster to hold all rights to songs, so any cover songs (or near-covers like We Didn't Start The Science) will continue to be posted here, as will the random oddities and early versions that are of even more limited interest than my music in general...