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Al Bird Dirt

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Al Bird Dirt is an Austrian Teenage Trash Electro Punk artist.[1] He has released many songs, his most viral and most famous being One Potato, Two Potato. Al Bird Dirt works with Trash Rock Productions.

Music Career[edit]

One Potato, Two Potato[edit]

Around 2009, a VHS tape sold on EBay for 899 USD.[2] The tape depicted an unknown man dressed in a bear mask, dancing, taking drugs and performing rude acts such as putting up the middle finger. Towards the end, he is dressed as a mummy and goes around killing all of the dances by suffocation and stabbing with a knife, before taking his own life by hanging himself. Rumors went around as the video was posted on YouTube, thinking he was a deranged serial killer and he recorded it all on tape. However, Al Bird Dirt came forward to claim ownership of the tape; nobody was harmed in the making of the clip, it was all just an act.

Lost Home Recordings (1999-2009)[edit]

During 1999 to 2009, Al Bird Dirt worked on an album named 'Lost Home Recordings,' which had twenty songs, including One Potato, Two Potato. The songs in the playlist included Trash Rock Anthem, One Potato Two Potato, Dirtbob 200, I Was Led to Believe, Seven Are The Horns Of Satan, The Jukebox Will Cure My Ills, Aero Slop, A.C.A.C, Cheree Cheree, Tape End Ouverture, I'm Ready, Alice Alice,​ One Thing I'd Like To Say, Hocus Pocus, Misirlou, Children Of The Desert, Satan Is Real Again, Anarchy In The UK, How Much Is That Doggy In The Window and Good Bye.[3] Most of his songs are bad quality including lots of static and bad microphone noises.

Al Bird Dirt - The Knife[edit]

On the 1st of February 2014, a video was uploaded to YouTube titled, "AL BIRD DIRT the knife █▬█ █ ▀█▀," which was a cover of The Gore Gore Boys' song, The Knife.[4]

Al Bird Dirt's Live Performances[edit]

On the 17th of April 2009, a video was uploaded to YouTube titled, "AL BIRD DIRT- I was led to believe (Live in Linz)," which on the streets on Linz he performed his cover of 'I Was Led To Believe,' by Thee Mighty Caesars.[5]

On the 15th of November 2012, a video was uploaded to YouTube titled, "AL BIRD DIRT- That is why they do call me Dirt (Live in Passau)," which he performed his song 'That is why they do call me Dirt.' This song cannot be found as a recording, the only time we can hear this song is on the live performance YouTube video.

Trash Rock Productions[edit]

On the 4th of June 2007, a video was uploaded to YouTube titled, "al bird dirt- "twist me baby (part 1)," which he performs his song, 'Twist me Baby.' The description of the video reads, 'a first-take by al bird dirt a film by al bird gore trash rock productions, vienna, june 2007." This music videos seems likely to have been Al Bird DIrt's production with Trash Rock Productions in Vienna. However, the title of the video encourages multiple parts of the song, but Part 2 and onwards have never been found.[6]


"“I made my first home recordings as a kid. At age 17 I became Al Bird Dirt, self-proclaimed 1-kid-kombo, circuit bender and trash rocker. Soon I started to play ‘electro punk‘ shows, heavy on the overdrive, to bemused audiences in my hometown of Vienna. Missing my tones, demolishing my gear on stage, making a jackass out of myself. Again and again... At home I continued to record off-key songs in an outdated live-to-tape fashion. Hundreds of them – littering my flat with shoe boxes full of audio cassettes. It was about time to dust those little fuckers and give them a hug."[7]


  1. "Al Bird Dirt – Cut Surface" (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-02-09.
  2. "???- One potato two potato- Great Lost Austrian Punk Video 1980/81 - Snuff??? - YouTube". Retrieved 2021-02-09.
  3. "Al Bird Dirt - Lost Home Recordings (1999 - 2009) - YouTube". Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  4. "AL BIRD DIRT the knife █▬█ █ ▀█▀ - YouTube". Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  5. AL BIRD DIRT- I was led to believe (Live in Linz), retrieved 2021-02-10
  6. "al bird dirt- "twist me baby (part 1)" - YouTube". Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  7. "Lost Home Recordings, by Al Bird Dirt". CUT SURFACE. Retrieved 2021-02-10.

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