Monday, February 26, 2007


One of my favourite Melvins related releases, this 7" is a
collaboration between Buzz and Dale from the Melvins,
and Pat Fear from White Flag. The 7" was released in 1993
(limited edition of 1000 copies) and was recorded during
one of the many Houdini sessions in early 1993. Sounds a
bit like a mix between The Melvins and White Flag.

Sawed Off 7" (1993)

Bull Ramus (Buzz):
Vocals, Guitar
Big Chief B00-Hoo (Dale):
Drums, Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar
Sitting Bill (Pat Fear):
Bass, Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals

A: Butcher Town (2:33)
B: You'll Be Taken Care Of (2:31)

Sunday, February 25, 2007


Some interesting albums (well to me anyway) to be released in 2007.
Soulsavers – "It’s Not How Far You Fall, It's The Way You Land"
with Mark Lanegan on vocals

Massive Attack – "Weather Underground"
with guest vocalist Mike Patton

John Zorn – "Six Laitanies for Heliogabalus"
with Mike Patton, Trevor Dunn & Joey Baron

Info from
The infamous Moonchild/Astronome Trio of Patton, Dunn and Baron
returns to the studio this time aided by the searing organ of Jamie
Saft, the complex electronics of Ikue Mori and a small female chorus
to realize Zorn’s latest project Six Litanies for Heliogabalus. Inspired
by the decadent excesses of the Roman emperor/child-god who made
Caligula and Nero look like reasonable human beings—smothering his
dinner guests to death in a rain of perfumed rose petals—these six
compositions (including an outrageous new piece for solo voice)
explode with color, imagery and intensity. A startling blend of Metal,
Contemporary Classical, Jazz and Mediaeval Music, this is one of
Zorn's most extreme and original creations.

"The Gutter Twins"
Mark Lanegan & Greg Dulli

Mark Lanegan - Following The Rain (1991 Demo)

This guy loves to smoke the cigarettes!

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Shellac - At Action Park (1994)

This is Shellac's first album.
Play this fucker loud!!!!!!!!!!!

Disposable Music

Popular music is for chumps. It seems in this age of extremely bad
music or commercial radio music as it is also known, some albums,
singles and artists should come with a Use By Date. Pop music such
as Beyonce, Pink and Nickelback (cue vomit) should really be called
disposable music as you hear it for a few months then nothing, like it
never existed (if only). Every fricken clothing store you enter, every
crappy record store, every shitty commercial radio station play a (for
example) Nickelback song for about 4 months then you never hear it
again, disposable music! But of course there are some exceptions,
Madonna for example, her songs (as evil as they are) seem to survive
the test of time, usually you'll hear her songs on an outdated, oldies
radio statio. My hatred of disposible music burns me to the core,
that guy from Nickelback is one ugly bastard. Think about it people.

Chris Goss & Friends - Knitting Factory 2001

Chris Goss is an American record producer and musician,
he is the frontman of desert rock band Masters of Reality.
Goss has appeared on Queens of the Stone Age, Screaming
Trees, Mondo Generator and Mark Lanegan records. This
show was recorded at the Knitting Factory in New York in
2001, the many players at this show included Josh Homme,
Nick Oliveri and Mark Lanegan.

This show is pretty cool, enjoy...

Friday, February 16, 2007

Dinosaur Jr.

Here is the cover of the new Dinosaur Jr. album. Out May 1st.
That is all.

Friday, February 9, 2007

Mark Lanegan - You Wild Colorado (acoustic)

Johnny Cash cover from radio session Milan 2003

Mark Lanegan - Cinnamon Girl (acoustic)

This is a Neil Young cover from a radio session in Milan 2003

Mark Lanegan - One Way Street (acoustic)

This is an acoustic number from a Triple J radio session 2004
Recorded from radio and mixed by Bent.

Mark Lanegan Melbourne 2004

Monday, February 5, 2007

Pearl Jam Rare FanClubOnly Double 7" For Sale

Hey people I have an item for sale on ebay (Australia), its a
very rare Pearl Jam double 7". Info below:

Rare Pearl Jam Fan Club Only Double 7" Single (1995)
Tracklisting (4 Live Tracks)
Record #1
Side A. History Never Repeats (Ed V. with Neil & Tim Finn)
Side B. Sonic Reducer (with Joey Ramone)
Record #2
Side A. Swallow My Pride (Green River Reunion)
Side B. My Way (Ed V. with Terry Presley, Elvis' Cuz)
Other Info: Played once or twice, gatefold sleeve.
In Really Good condition except for small bend in top
right hand corner, christmas present for PJ fan club members 1995.

Item number: 290077275797
bidding up to $20.50
1 day left.....