Sue! Get Me A Pepsi!!

Sue! Get Me A Pepsi!!

Fuzzy's picture




Liner Notes: 

Fuzzy here -

@Adnama17 sent me this drum track a while ago and I was saving it for the perfect occasion.

This is that occasion.

I personally do not drink Pepsi.

Mixed for headphones, of course.

Adnama17: Coincidentally, my mom's name is Sue. Mwahahahahaha! I love this. <3

Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


Jeuse's picture

The brilliance of this track is that it's hilarious and it has a solid groove but it's seriously theatrical. This took me somewhere and I liked it. It could be because my mom's name is also Sue but it had a strange effect. Am I imagining a Kids in the Hall sketch? A dark, off-broadway, biographical one man show? Did he get his Pepsi?

Great drum tones/playing.

motisbeard's picture


This is like a contemporary American reinterpretation of WAITING FOR GODOT, as a musical.

john crossman's picture

Very nice. Unrequited love between a man and his Pepsi. Familiar.

cts's picture

Sue! Sue! This works waayyyy too well, and I'm totally digging what I hear. This has inspired me to try my hand at your style, fuzzy. I don't think I'll nail it like you can, but I'll try it nonetheless.

G3 Darnell's picture

Very theatrical and bizarre. But isn’t this exactly what Don Van Vliet used to shout out when he lived at home? Sue being his mother. Which gives this a whole new significance and being a true believer in the Captain makes me view this as a tribute

Technicolor Gramophone's picture

Hilarious ...and I like the sparse guitar and drum track! Reminiscent lyrically of "Institutionalized" by Suicidal Tendencies.

I'm a preferer of Pepsi. This was a really amusing tracks, the drums are really awesome here. Some great fills and groove. The epic narrative is also funny, I love when the drums stop and we get a "Gosh I sure am thirsty" or something.

amusia's picture

Ha ha! A simple, unique idea that works quite well!

ampersandman's picture

That one had me cracking up. I love how you use the drum breaks.

cleanshoes's picture

Ha! I'm a bit hard pressed to say why I like this so much, but man, I do. Perhaps it's that it's easy to imagine any number of scenarios surrounding the situation, and the music adds great punctuation.

Candle's picture

LOL! Now I want a Pepsi (& like you, I don't usually drink them).

The drums mixed with the shouting is just great. It reminds me of a Kids In The Hall sketch. I could see them doing something like this.

See You In The Shadows…

Mosley's picture

Hahaha nice, totally sounds like a moment in a band practice

Jeuse's picture

I think a lot about this song, now days. I think of Pepsi as a general cheap thrill or strange indirect feeding of gratified attention seeking, now. Thanks for that.

katpiercemusic's picture

Ha! I don't know what it is about this, but I find it so freaking compelling! You get the idea within a few seconds, but you just have to keep listening until the end.

dzd's picture

I think I need a Pepsi too now Wink Great branding! hahah I usually can't stand the stuff.

This worked amazingly well Smile Now to find a Sue to yell at and see if it works!

barbara's picture

It doesn’t hurt to ask, right?
I think Sue is off to Trinidad.
Endless optimism is not always founded.
Another fine collab from you two! Radio theater renaissance.

A.Eye's picture

This is great, but if we are talking about pepsi products, cherry pepsi is superior

This is genius! Inspiring, like RV by faith no more... Need up my game since this is great! The concept of wanting the Pepsi with Sue conveniently not hearing... ;p