Evil Wiener have been crawling around the perimeter of the Chapel Hill music scene for nearly a century-lost all the while in an identity crisis that would confuse even Sybil Dorsett. Do they want to rock? Do they want to play pretty pop songs? Are they geared specifically towards holiday performances? Stick around folks, all these answers and more will be answered some time in the next four decades!
The Haunted House of Our Love
by Evil Wiener
Here is the first full Evil Wiener album. Released in the mid 90s, and by that we mean the 1890s of course. If we aren't the scene's kindly grandpas, then surely we can be considered the eccentric great uncles. So, listen to what we were like when we were youngsters, rocking out in our spats and bow ties. When compared to other artists of the late 19th century, I think you'll find us quite ahead of our time.
The actual hard copy CD of this album is so rare that I don't even have a copy. Hope you like it!
The Truth About Mary Poppins
by Evil Wiener
This is the song that put Evil Wiener on the map. Granted, it's only a map of Carrboro, but a map nonetheless.
The Truth About Mary Poppins was originally released on seven inch vinyl by Stay Free records (it was a split single with Spatula on the other side).
In true Evil Wiener fashion, there has been no remastering, editing or "cleaning up" in any fashion. It was transferred from vinyl to digital in the same way it used to be transferred from vinyl to tape-by merely dropping the needle and pressing record.
Any mis spellings or grammatical errors in this or any other writings about/by Evil Wiener are society's fault.