SONGS FROM PERFECTLY BROKEN

Songs from, and inspired by, Perfectly Broken.

All songs written by Robert Burke Warren and published by Jackpot Jackson Publishing, BMI.

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Signature song of fictional mid 90s NYC-based band Six Ray Star, the single from their Warner Brothers debut, Peppercorn. When Nike licenses it for an international advertising campaign. Paul Fairchild, Six Ray Star frontman (and writer of the tune) becomes a millionaire. This lottery-type windfall changes his relationships with his friends and loved ones.  

Perfectly Broken narrator Grant Kelly presents this song to his late 80s/early 90s funk band, Stereoblind. The reject it, and he quits in a huff. Nevertheless, the song does not die.

The one "modern rock" hit by fictional late 80s/early 90s funk band, Stereoblind, from the band's 1990 debut of the same name. Grant Kelly, narrator of Perfectly Broken, is Stereoblind's erstwhile bass player. This song landed them a spot on the first Lollapalooza tour. A world tour followed (they were "Aerosmith big" in Holland). But that is all in the past. 

Inspired by Perfectly Broken. Recorded in Bearsville, NY

Inspired by Perfectly Broken. Recorded in Bearsville, NY

This song changes Grant Kelly's life, twice. This is the raw, cassette four track rendition, recorded at 3 AM on a summer night, 1989.  

 

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*Photo at top by Jana Martin