Happy to see the arrival of sound artist Brian Joseph Davis's 2004-07 collected works on CD. His site has long offered most of his material for free download, but the new Blocks Blocks Blocks label disc is essential for anyone interested sonic prankery in popular high/lowbrow forums (i.e. you, the WFMU listener). Included: Sony/BMG's end use licensing agreement text scored for a women's choir to sing, a track featuring five box sets played in their entirety in fast-forward mode, a greatest hits track of all the hits overlayed on top of each other, a punk rock take on Theodor Adorno's Minima Moralia, ten famous banned albums (Beatles, Sex Pistols etc.) burned into melted globs of wax and then played and recorded off a turntable. My particular fave, "Voice Over", employs famous movie promo voiceover king Scott Taylor who recites cliched taglines from a seemingly enldess history of movie spots and combines them into one brain-frying monologue (Real Audio).
Once again, take a gander at the site and MP3s, Brian's miscellaneous projects are great as well (pictured: "Invasion USA", where the Presidential podium gets installed in assorted local public spots for anyone to audition).