Can I Help You?

by Phone Losers of America

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about

Most of the calls you'll hear on this album are not your typical prank calls. Beginning with the very first track, you'll notice that we're not making the calls, but we're actually receiving them from the prank call victims who think they're talking to employees of the various businesses, creating some very unique situations for prank calling.

This type of prank is accomplished in various ways. The department store calls were done by walking around a certain large retail chain on Black Friday and simply picking up their phones whenever we heard a department paged to pick up a line. The auto parts store calls were done when a horrible midwestern thunderstorm caused their lines to be crossed with ours. The movie theater calls were done by plugging our home phone into the interface box on the outside of the building, then hiding in their dumpster for hours, answering their calls before their answering machine picked up. And the pizza calls are from the time when PLA turned into left-wing radicals and stormed the local pizza delivery joint with machine guns, taking the employees hostage. As we negotiated with the federal agents for most of the day, we became bored and began answering their calls. For the motel calls, we got jobs there for the sole purpose of screwing with guests, but that was short-lived after one guest came down and got all stabby.

Special thanks goes to Carlito from Madhouse Live (madhouselive.com), murd0c (murd0c.net), RedBoxChiliPepper (notla.com), and Mr. & Mrs. Spessa for their contributions to this album and support of PLA's crazy projects. Also, thanks goes to Laugh Track Matt for providing the important killer robot sound effects in the last track, which means he should now officially be known as Last Track Matt.

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released January 23, 2012

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