Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Game Theory - "Christmas Moog"

Scott Miller's Game Theory released several albums in the 80's that went sadly unnoticed by the public despite crtical raves. The San Francisco Bay area band's melodic and sometimes experimental pop was not demand in a world of dance music and hair metal. The now out-of-print CDs have sold for over $100 on ebay. In the early 90's Scott changed the name of the band to the Loud Family and continues to record. Since a Christmas tune is not a fair way to represent this incredible band (and I think you've had enough of all this holiday music), you can find a page of downloads over at The Loud Family website.

Find out more about Game Theory and Loud Family and get mp3's here

Get hard-to-find Game Theory CD's here

Go to the download page to get Game Theory - "Christmas Moog"


Blogger Michael said...

God, I love Game Theory. Lolita Nation is, IMO, one of the greatest "lost classics" albums ever. I spent WAY TOO MUCH time listening to that album when it came out - Mitch Easter's production is so good. I still can't believe that there have been no reissues of those old albums - I'd snap 'em up for sure! Thanks for the tune.

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

haha. nice job with the guys in santa hats.

12:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Donnette Thayer of Game Theory did two akbums under the name of Hex with Steve Kilbey of The Church..






6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My uncle Mike played with Game Theory on their first record, "Blaze of Glory."
Miller really is a great songwriter.
"it gives me chills" still finds it's way onto many a mixtape.
great site!

2:02 AM  

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