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                  > Sugarbrain2
                  > Asexual Assault
                  > Favorites Vol 1
                  > O.A.M.F. Skull
                  > T.C.O.T. Evil Eye
                  > Sugarbrain1
                  > Syncro Destructo
                  > The
                  > Destructo
                  > Destructo EP
                  > Disco from Hell
                  > Bug
                  > Chuka Soba
                  > Neutron Bomb
                  > The Sky is Bleeding
                  > pre-computer tapes
                  > VHS

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DISCOGRAPHY / ARCHIVES
SUGARBRAIN 2 EP - 2001
Sugarbrain 2
COVER
INFO
More chapters in the story of my eventual descent into sonic madness... Like Sugarbrain 1, and 3 (with would follow 10 years later), this album consists of all noise / chaos / experimentation. 50 tracks, all 30 seconds, one minute, or a minute & a half. A testing ground for new techniques.


TRACK LISTING
1. The Bug is my Enemy
2. Osama Bug Laden
3. Bug Musume
4. Bug Racynski
5. Digital Bug
6. The Bug Suicides
7. Bug in the Shell
8. Bug and the Halfway to Bugntent
9. The Bugs of Our Life
10. On a Mission from Bug
11. Bug Junk
12. Bugstep
13. Bug to the Maxx
14. Bugshots pt. Deux
15. Bugs of Brixton
16. Hello Bug
17. Uni-Bug
18. The Artist Formerly Known as Bug
19. Absolut Bug
20. Bugtron
21. 303 + 606 = Bug
22. This is Bugcore
23. Island in the Bug
24. A Veritable Bugnocopia
25. Bug Fantasy
26. Playbug
27. Tommy Bugfinger
28. Harry Bugger and the Goblet of Bugs
29. Bug Christ, Nazareth
30. Get Yr Bug On
31. Bug Raider
32. Bug Your Mouf
33. Get at Me, Bug
34. Krautbug Rock
35. Bug A
36. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Bug
37. Very Bad Bugs
38. Bug City
39, Bugtechre
40. Detroit Electronic Music Bug
41. Swizz Bugz
42. Bug & Gabbana
43. This is Bug-C Power
44. The Brand with the Three Bugs
45. The Bug with Three Backs
46. D.O.B.B.U.G.
47. Bugdezvous
48. My Fair Bug
49. L'Bug En~Ciel
50. Pet Shop Bugs VS. Bug Twitty

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
GUEST VOICE ON TRACK 20:  Ryan Sands
GUEST VOICE ON TRACK 50:  Yohei Hayashi
COVER ART & PACKAGING:  Evan Hayden
TIME:  29 min
COMPLETION:  11/01

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ASEXUAL ASSAULT EP - 2000
Asexual Assault
COVER
 
INFO
!!!!!!HARDCORE!!!!!!! from start to finish, Asexual Assault is super loud, super frightening, & super dark. It's chock full of distortion, noise, flesh-rending treble & brain numbing bass. A little bit inspired by gabber and speedcore, but with a dash or intelligence and a lack of repetition, hopefully. I made this EP concurrently as I was making the double-LP "Space Junk". The two sounds couldn't be more different. This album being really loud and abrasive, and Space Junk being quite subdued, pretty, and spacey. Despite how much intentional distortion and loudness this album entails, funny enough it's my first full album to be recorded in 44100 Hz (CD quality), so it often sounds much more clear than its predecessors.


TRACK LISTING

1. The Beast
2. Riot Funk
3. Robot Army.
4. Digital Noise Terror
5. Revenge
6. Deathscape Navigator
7. As Black as my Heart

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
GUEST SCREAMS ON TRACK 6:  Raphye Alexius
GUEST SHOUTS ON TRACK 7:  Ryan Sands
COVER ART & PACKAGING:  Evan Hayden
TIME:  38 min
COMPLETION:  7/24/00

 
FAVORITES VOL 1 COMPILATION LP - 2000
Favorites Vol 1
COVER
INFO
Simply put, a collection of some of my favorite Evil Eye tracks (up until 2000, at least), re-edited & continuously mixed.


TRACK LISTING

1. Ergonomic Cat
2. Viva Del Sol
3. Bro (2000 update)
4. Being Admired
5. Brain Bank Media
6. Bug Musume
7. Wiretapping
8. Fix-it-Up
9. Evil Eye Fight Drowsy: Drowsy Win
10. VS (edit)
11. Bugzooka
12. Whore (Ghettoblaster mix)
13. Bananas x 2 (edit)
14. My Enemy Lies in Wait (edit)
15. kkkkooo
16. The Beast
17. Korosu
18. Black Plague (edit)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
GUEST VOICE ON TRACKS 5 & 13:  Ryan Sands
GUEST MELODY ON TRACK 15:  Rachel Collino
COVER ART & PACKAGING:  Evan Hayden
TIME:  70 min
COMPLETION:  7/6/00



 
ON A MISSION FROM SKULL LP - 2000
On a Mission from Skull
COVER
INFO
Though I'd liked electronic music since childhood, I hadn't started really getting into house music until late 1999, shortly before starting this album. I decided I wanted to make an album with lots of house influence. I didn't end up making anything that sounded that much like house, (except for "Drama Suckers"), but what I did make turned out enjoyable and diverse (in my humble opinion).

This album was a bit of a breakthrough for me. For starters, it was my first album to have some tracks recorded in CD-quality (44100 Hz), which I would stick to afterwards. Thus, a lot of the album sounds much more crisp than previous albums (except for the first few tracks I made for it). Also, after a couple albums of just experimenting with the technique, I started time-stretching / compressing all of my loops, leading to a much tighter sound from here on.



TRACK LISTING
1. 20 Gigawatt Light Dump
2. On a Mission from Skull 
3. This is Electric Osaka
4  The Vampire Strikes Back
5. I Want to Bury Myself 
6. Porcelain
7. Korosu
8. Brain Bank Media
9. Evil Eye Fight Drowsy: Drowsy Win.
10. CHOCO-TEK
11. Drama Suckers
12. Deviled Legs
13. (hidden track) Evil Eye vs. Dr. Science

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
VOICE & PHONE BEEPS ON TRACK 8, 12, 13: 
Ryan Sands
DRUM MACHINE ON TRACK 12: 
Yohei Hayashi
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
70 min
COMPLETION: 
2/19/00

MP3
This is Electric Osaka - 3MB
The Vampire Strikes Back - 2.6MB
Korosu - 6.4MB
Evil Eye Fight Drowsy: Drowsy Win - 4.4MB

 
THE CURSE OF THE EVIL EYE LP - 1999
The Curse of the Evil Eye
COVER
INFO
I didn't really have a music concept, going into this album, but I was really inspired by Japanese modern culture at the time (fresh after coming home from my second trip to Japan), so I think that effected this one. This is at times rather danceable, but noisier, harder-edged, and a bit slower than it's successor, "On a Mission from Skull". It has a lot of hip hop breakbeats and distortion.


TRACK LISTING
1. Macro Baseball
2. Enjo Kosai 
3. I'm a Team Player
4  Moonwax
5. Julius Seizure
6. Ryuichi Shock Moto
7. Rock & Roll Hall of Flames
8. Vitamin X
9. Black Box
10. Aji Desu
11. Ice Mint
12. Moonwax Reprise
13. zappy!
14. My Enemy Lies in Wait
15. (hidden track)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
GUITAR ON TRACK 3: 
Masaya Uesugi
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
73 min
COMPLETION: 
fall 1999

 
SUGARBRAIN 1 EP - 1999
Sugarbrain 1
COVER
INFO
All eardrum shattering noise tracks, like an endurance test for your patience. All tracks are either 30 seconds, 1 minute, or 1½ minutes long each, and all have the word "bug" somewhere in the title. The Sugarbrain EPs sort of serve as a training grounds for me to learn new techniques of sound making. (thus, some good comes out of this evil)


TRACK LISTING
1. Crunky Bug
2. Bug Life
3. Notorious B.U.G.
4. Melt Bug
5. Hide with Spread Bug
6. Millennium Bug Party
7. Bug Eye
8. Bug Sakamoto
9. Prismabug
10. Bugasm
11. Bug's Addiction
12. Beastie Bugs
13. Bug Shall Never Kill Bug
14. Ape Shall Never Bug Ape
15. Bug Smack
16. Bug Job
17. Nü Bug
18. Bug-a-Lug
19. Bug Star
20. Bug Desu
21. Sandford & Bug
22. Bug vs. Shizor
23. Atari Teenage Bug
24. Bug Æ
25. Hey Bug Hey
26. Star Wars: Episode Bug
27. Chocobug
28. Magic Bug
29. Mr. Bug
30. Dr. Bug
31. Daft Bug
32. Bug Clinton
33. Taco Bug
34. John Spencer Bug Explosion
35. 666 Bug
36. LL Cool Bug
37. CBGBUG'S
38. Bug Safari
39. Bug Daughter
40. Pure Bug
41. Pure Bug (100% Pure Bug)
42. Drug Bug
43. Fantastic Plastic Bug
44. Michael Bug
45. Bug Biscuits
46. Bug You Alive
47. Bugzilla
48. Bug Minekawa
49. Bugzooka
50. The Vision of Bug on the Horizon Made Us All Feel Warm and Comfy Inside (Bug Yun Fat)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
GUEST VOICE ON TRACK 36:  Kate Kohler
COVER ART & PACKAGING:  Evan Hayden
TIME:  35 min
COMPLETION:  9/99

 
SYNCRO DESTRUCTO REMIX LP - 1999
Synchro Destructo
COVER
INFO
This is the remix CD of "Destructo". At the time I made Destructo, I thought it was my best stuff. But after a little time, I decided I could do the tracks better/more originally. The remixes we very fun to do, and I like the album better than Destructo. There are also two brand new tracks, "VS" and "Love Potion #9", as well as a remix of "Destructo" by Ryan Sands.



TRACK LISTING
1. Kujawa
    (Kujawa Go 12 mix)
2. Der Leber Von Gött
    (Autonav mix)
3. Y2k Crisis
    (Dot Matrix mix)
4. VS
5. Destructo
    (Psychommunity mix)
6. Star
     (Chunk of Funk mix)
7. Innercity Fleshfeast
     (Discocity Fleshfeast mix)
8. Day Glo
     (Mollusk mix)
9. Whore
     (Ghetto Blaster mix)
10. Love Potion #9
11. Robotronix
       (Omega Supremix)
12. Outlaw Star
       (Orion mix)
13. Geist
       (Self Destruction mix)
14. Y2k Crisis
       (Cobol mix)
15. Destructo
       (Country + Latin Spaced-Out version)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
MOST REMIXES BY: 
Evan Hayden
TRACK 5 REMIXED BY: 
Ryan Sands
VOICE ON TRACK 1: 
Susy Stefanski
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
72 min
COMPLETION: 
late spring 1999

 
THE LP - 1999
The
COVER

The
"THE EXTRA" BONUS EP
INFO
I felt that "Destructo" was a lot more serious and political than I usually do, and I decided with "The", I'd return to Evil Eye's natural playfulness, but honing my new experimentation with loop-based music. It's one of my weirdest and most fun LPs.

I was still learning how to make "music" at that point (as opposed to just noise), but I learned a very important thing while working on "The": How to time-stretch and compress so that all my loops match up. That may sound quaint nowadays, but back then it was a big deal. I only dud this one a few tracks on the album (I didn't start doing it regularly until "On a Mission from Skull", but this album planted the seeds for my later musical growth.

A little bit after making "The", I made "The Extra", a companion EP. Not much to say about it because it's literally just "The" sped up by 200%. I apparently found this quite amusing at the time...



TRACK LISTING
1. Intro / Devil Brains
2. Sugar Daddy
3. Fix-it-Up
4. Attack of the Vivitine Quadroplex
5. Email My Soul to Another Planet
6. Manic Step Child
7. Kowloon Death Body
8. Diablo
9. Stereoids
10. The Curse of Takeda
11. Diamond Bullet
12. Ms. Fortune
13. Being Admired
14. Lemon Candy
15. Outro

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
VOICE ON TRACKS 6 & 14: 
Ryan Sands
VOICE ON TRACK 5: 
Cameron Hayden
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
72 min
COMPLETION: 
spring 1999

 
DESTRUCTO LP - 1998
Destructo
COVER
INFO
This was a landmark album for me. On Destructo I was playing around with loop-based music composition a lot, and that eventually became my method of choice for music making. At the time I made Destructo was the time I really started feeling serious about getting my music out there. Now as I look back at it, it's actually one of my least-remarkable albums, and I didn't alter the loops enough for it to be that original, but it was more like a learning process for what would eventually blossom later. The album had a much more serious tone than its computer-made predecessors. It was rather political in spirit, much like my pre-computer Evil Eye tapes. I guess I was feeling teen angst!



TRACK LISTING
1. Kujawa
2. Star
3. Day-Glo
4. Y2K Crisis
5. Quad
6. The Switch
7. Robotronix
8. Der Leber von Gött
9.Destructo
10. Whore
11. Cocaine
12. Outlaw Soul
13. Innercity Fleshfeast
14. Geist
98. Locust (hidden)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
74 min
COMPLETION: 
late summer 1998

 
DESTRUCTO (EP) EP - 1998
Destructo EP
COVER
INFO
The title track "Destructo" was the first song I made for the LP that would come later in the summer of 1998. Shortly after making that track, I decided to make a few remixes and ask my best friend to supply a remix, and I made a little EP out of it. The cover is made of metal and has letters that glow in the dark!



TRACK LISTING
1. Destructo (original mix)
2. Destructo (extended mix)
3. Destructo (Country + Latin Spaced-Out Version)
4. Destructo (Psycommunity mix)
5. otcurtseD

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
MOST REMIXES BY: 
Evan Hayden
TRACK 4 REMIXED BY: 
Ryan Sands
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
24 min
COMPLETION: 
early summer 1998

 
DISCO FROM HELL LP - 1998
Disco from Hell
COVER
INFO
Looking back, this is my favorite of the pre-loop Evil Eye albums. I was just beginning to use loops a bit, but the music was still very random in it's construction. It is a more calm sound than it's computer-made predecessors, at times recalling the tone of the old Evil Eye tapes, but at the same time was plenty bizarre. "Black Plague" is quite possibly my weirdest regular Evil Eye song... I was thinking of how William S Burroughs used to do tape splicing experiments, and did that with an audio file of my voice, doing a mock blues croon about the depression that comes with eternal life. I also used an electric bass and harmonica - two instruments not usually associated with Evil Eye - for the song.



TRACK LISTING
1. Burger
2. My Latin is on Fire
3. Ap'pen Orcho
4. Nebula
5. Bananas x 2
6. Wiretapping
7. Civ
8. Chocolate
9. Der Teuful
10. Toilet
11. Black Plague
12. Iron Fist
13. Kashi
14. Absolute Terror
15. Ashes
16. I'm Not Finished Yet
17. Wiretapping
18. A Silent Ache

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
VOICE ON TRACKS 2 & 5: 
Ryan Sands
VOICE ON TRACK 5: 
Rachel Collino
VOICE ON TRACK 7: 
Naoko Adachi
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
63 min
COMPLETION: 
late spring 1998

 
CHUKA SOBA EP - 1998
Chuka Soba EP
COVER
INFO
Just a little remix EP for a track off of "Bug". My best friend supplied a remix :-)



TRACK LISTING
1. Chuka Soba (original version)
2. Chuka Soba (Hot Ramen mix)
3. Chuka Soba (Yaki Soba mix)
4. Chuka Soba (Bamboo Basket mix)
5. Chuka Soba (Clandestine Destiny mix)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
MOST REMIXES BY: 
Evan Hayden
TRACK 5 REMIXED BY: 
Ryan Sands
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
20 min
COMPLETION: 
late summer 1998

 
BUG LP - 1998
Bug
COVER

Bug
INSIDE-FRONT COVER
INFO
This was one incredibly odd Evil Eye album, and the first to be put into the CD format (I got a CD burner around that time). "Omake" is a Japanese word meaning "bonus", and I thought it would be fun to put some bonuses in this album. (Without the omake, Bug is about the length of an EP). The omake feature my kid nephew, Cameron, screaming and laughing and being a weirdo, and were then slowed down a lot, so they sound very strange.

One thing I did on this album that I wouldn't do now was including a couple not-very-good remixes of two of my then-favorite musicians. I still like to remix, but I keep it separate from my original tracks. Anyway, that aside, I love this album.


TRACK LISTING
1. Omake 1
2. Ergonomic Cat
3. Fun
4. Omake 2
5. Eternal Life
6. We Have Explosive (remix of FSOL)
7. Omake 3
8. Bite Me
9. Corrosion
10. Omake 4
11. Chuka Soba
12. Omake 5
13. Economy Size
14. Omake 6
15. Bro
16. Colorado
17. Omake 7
18. Silky Darlings
19. Wigwam
20. Necro-Ordinary
21. Omake 8
22. Silver Pills (remix of Alec Empire)
23. Pint Size

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
GUEST VOICES ON OMAKE TRACKS: 
Ryan Sands, Rachel Collino, Cameron Hayden
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
59 min
COMPLETION: 
spring 1998

 
NEUTRON BOMB LP - 1997
Neutron Bomb
COVER
INFO
This was an album of me getting more familiar with my computer as a tool for music making. It's a lot like "The Sky is Bleeding", but slightly more refined.



TRACK LISTING
1. Extermination
2. Funkotron Zeta
3. Porqueria!
4. Mountain
5. Radha
6. Alone
7. God is Staring at my Haircut
8. Illustrious
9. Puppy
10. Chew
11. Matriarch
12. Ratatösk
13. Brain Eater
14. Neptune
15. Trains...
16. Fauna
17. no...
18. The Children of the Night
19. Glucose
20. Neutron Bomb (megamix)
21. no... (remix)

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
VOICE & SOME KEYBOARD ON TRACK 13: 
Ryan Sands
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
69 min
COMPLETION: 
2/98

 
THE SKY IS BLEEDING LP - 1997
The Sky is Bleeding
COVER
INFO
This is the one that started it all, sort of. By this time I had already made over 21½ hours of Evil Eye, all on tape, and all by holding my keyboards in front of a boom-box' microphone. With my purchasing of a computer I had a whole new world of musical possibilities before me. This album is my first steps into that world. The tracks are all short, noisy, strange, and chockfull of samples that I could get sued for if I tried to make money off the album. Tracks 4, 13, 15, and 22 are remixes of older Evil Eye songs from the tape era.



TRACK LISTING
1. Begin
2. Chaos Theory
3. 777
4. Hydra (remix)
5. Plum
6. Drafty
7. KKKKOOO
8. Cheebai
9. Gear of Mir
10. Kool Dude
11. Nymphette
12. Iron 70-0
13. Voltaire (remix)
14. Plastic
15. Siberia (remix)
16. Lillith
17. Medulla Oblingata
18. Ahhahg
19. Stinky
20. Jingle Bells
21. Trigonometry
22. Nunder / ESP (remix)
23. Booga!
24. Pretty
25. Stomach
26. Rail # 15

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
VOICE ON TRACKS 20: 
Cameron Hayden
MELODY ON TRACK 7: 
Rachel Collino
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
65 min
COMPLETION: 
winter 1997


MACRO / ARCHIVE / PRE-1997 TAPES
I started making music under the name "Evil Eye" back in early 1996, two years before I had a computer. Back then I made tapes, using just one or two keyboards, and recording into my boom-box's microphone. I made fourteen 90 minutes albums, and one mini-cassette album.  I only have the covers posted here because there is not really much to be said about them. The general sound of these albums is lo-fi and kind of mellow sounding. They were pretty low-tech, but they have a special place in my heart.
 
PRE-COMPUTER ALBUMS 1996 - 1997
Cinnabar
CINNABAR
 
Alkaline
ALKALINE
 
Neodymium
NEODYMIUM
 
Arsenic
ARSENIC
 
Palladium
PALLADIUM
 
Plutonium
PLUTONIUM
 
Xenon
XENON
 
Flourine
FLOURINE
 
Blue
BLUE
 
99¢
99¢
 
Retro
RETRO
La Morte
LA MORTE
Dying World
DYING WORLD
Sexploitation
SEXPLOITATION
Stimulus
STIMULUS
(mini-cassette album)


MACRO / ARCHIVE / VHS
I messed around with video editing now and then in 1999 and 2000. Well I still do, but nowadays I use software. Back then, I hooked up to VHS recorders together and went to town. In addition to all sorts of weird experimental stuff (mostly with Ryan), I also made a couple Evil Eye / Macro things.
 
FROZEN EP - 2011
Frozen
COVER
INFO
This was a video single I made for the song "Frozen", off of Space Junk. I made for a multimedia art class in college. The assignment was to make a multimedia piece with three main parts. The parts I chose for the project were a song, packaging design, and a video.



VIDEO LISTING
1. Frozen

 

CREDITS
SONG & VIDEO BY:  Evan Hayden
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
5 min
COMPLETION: 
spring 2001

Note: The packaging you see here is a placeholder. I'll post the real deal later, next time I'm in the USA.

 
VIDEO TRASH 1 EP - 2011
Videotrash 1
COVER
INFO
This was my first Evil Eye music video, and it was a doozy. I didn't exactly have any video editing equipment available to me, so I just linked my two VCRs together. It's very sloppy and strange, but I like it. Meanwhile, it's a litmus test for my friends as to whether they can handle the extremes of Evil Eye. Some of the footage (the "Gink" sequences), were done my Ryan Sands and I.



VIDEO LISTING
1. trash opening *
2. My Latin is on Fire
3. Bro
4. Plum
5. Drafty
6. Plastic
7. God is Staring at my Haircut
8. trash 2  *
9. Cocaine
10. Kujawa
11. Fun
12. Bite Me
13. Chocolate
14. Gink sequence no. 1  *
15. Der Leber von Gött
16. Destructo (remix)
17. Chuka Soba
18. Y2K Crisis (remix)
19. Wiretapping
20. Ap'pen Orcho
21. Burger
22. Day-Glo
23. Robotronix
24. Whore
25. Innercity Fleshfeast
26. Being Admired
27. Sugar Daddy
28. The Curse of Takeda

 

CREDITS
ALL SONGS BY:  Evan Hayden
ALL VIDEOS BY: 
Evan Hayden
COLLABORATION ON VIDEOS 1, 8, & 14: 
Ryan Sands
COVER ART & PACKAGING: 
Evan Hayden
TIME: 
120 min
COMPLETION: 
early spring 1999