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By Five EP
Includes 7 early demo gems
by the original UGC lineup.
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The Covers EP
In 2002 we produced a few of these as a "thank-you" fans who came to our shows.
The discs (and a few members), are long gone, but you can still download the songs below.
Written by Robert Smith and originally recorded by the Cure, this is our take on this classic song.
Close to Me (4.1MB)
This song was written and recorded by Radiohead, before we got ahold of it.
This song was recorded by both Otis Redding and 3 Dog Night. We blended both, and gave it the Upside treatment.
Try a Little Tenderness (4.47MB)
Originally recorded by Chris Adler for an Interstate Music compilation CD.
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This is a nod to Herbie Hancock that we love to play. This version was recorded live June 30 2008.
Mr. International (5.6MB)
This piece has been in the works for some time. It's the 2nd part of a 2 part song we've been playing lately at our live shows. As recorded at Summerfest 08.
Full Circle (Reprise) (6.2MB)
Train Video (11.5MB)
The Train To Forever video we shot with director Jason Williams.
Funky Estofado CD:
Nothing On Me (5.0MB)
Bread and Butter (3.5MB)
Son las Doce (4.4MB)
More Love (3.8MB)
Train To Forever (4.5MB)
Room 410 (4.4MB)
Dumpster Love (3.6MB)
Summer Song (4.3MB)
7 By 5 Demo EP:
Job Interview (4.2MB)
Keys Lipstick (5.5MB)
Me By (4.6MB)
Fine, So Long (4.7MB)
Originally written and recorded by the great Stevie Wonder, this is our take on a classic.
I Wish (5.8MB)
A timeless Rolling Stones tune, we give it the Upside treatment.
Gimme Shelter (6.5MB)
This 1973 smash by Rufus originally featured Chaka Kahn on vocals.
Tell Me Something Good (5.7MB)
Many artists have covered this one. Our version is probably closer to Aretha's version than the original by The Band.
The Weight (5.0MB)
Nikka Costa still isn't a household name in the US, but we say amen to her funky soulfulness.
Everybody Got Their Something (6.4MB)
The Climax Blues Band had a #3 hit with this 1976 crossover classic.
Couldn't Get It Right (5.0MB)
This Ides of March song never fails to get the crowd going.
British band Hot Chocolate made the top 10 in both the US and the UK with this one.
You Sexy Thing (7.1MB)