Discography and Lyrics
What all has this crazy cook done with the 100+ songs he's recorded? Well, over 60 songs have appeared on NSPS albums and other releases, detailed here for scholastic research and other purposes. Please find the history and lyrics of the albums enjoyable on some level.
(Nutra Stick Productions, 2003): It took four years to contain this album on recordable media, now you can experience it in 45 minutes, provided you don't have to take any breaks.
(Nutra Stick Productions, 1999): The cohesive look at curling up like a baby and crying.
(Nutra Stick Productions, first three cuts* 1997, final cut 1998): The ever-changing opus that broke new ground in arrangement, MIDI use, and four-track recording.
(Nutra Stick Productions, 1997): The cassette demo that started this mess.
The Incredibly Lo-Fi Demo* (Nutra Stick Productions, 1996): A cassette release featuring six or eight of some of the songs that later wound up on the above cassette.
'TIl Someone Loses an Eye: The Safety Tips Compilation (Super Pickle Records, 6/24/1999): A selection of various odd artists that comes to a climax with a startling number of 30-second musical PSAs. Produced by Irving of Mailbox for his label, Superpickle. Contains "The Last Cookie" "Always Wear Bright Colors (Preferably Florescent Orange) When Walking at Night." Buy this from the NSPS store for $4.00.
You Call This Music??* (Cluckin' Records, 7/16/1997): A compilation of odd tracks arranged by Aaron of Joe and the Chicken Heads. Contains "Something Swimming in my Trunks."
The *s indicate albums in which NSPS is credited as what NSPS stands for.
and Performance Credits:
Trip (Now known as Extra Credit) songs: