Smush has a bunch of members:
Growing up locked in the basement studio of a cottage in the bucolic
college town of Compton, Lemon Head had little to occupy his time aside
from music. His parents promised him freedom in exchange for learning to
make great music, but he's still in the fucking basement now, so who
knows what the hell is happening.
i lika to chew
I met Danny, and he was quite terryfing, because I knew I'd slaughter
him later. He looked at me and yelled and I fell. I went home and put
on a nice warm sweater. I looked at Danny, and he was running. His
jelly belly shaking, lit on fire. Stop drop and roll, I said. Roll,
to put out the fire.
Smush has also had some guest members:
The West Quote
He came from the West to do battle with the Amazing Rando. The West
Quote contributed the song "kip" to the album
Smush the State.
The Desperate Monkey
Before the Desperate Monkey could even talk, he was writing hit radio
singles. He just couldn't tell you the names of any. After the
Desperate Monkey could talk, he became a Disparate Monkey, so it's lucky
that we caught him in time to write some bitchin' tunes.
The Desperate Monkey was responsible for your Facial Fantasies 5 and 6
Fear the Downbeat
K.C. Kettle Drum
K.C., named for famous bassist K.C. Munchkin, came into our studio one
day, rocked our worlds with a meta-remix of Light My Fire, then vanished,
never to be seen again. You can hear Lite My Fart, the only evidence of
his existence, on the Smush the