Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Melvins - The Crybaby (2000)

Tracklist:
01. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Cobain, Grohl, Novoselic) – 5:01
02. "Blockbuster" (Jesus Lizard) – 3:09
03. "Ramblin' Man" (Williams) – 3:14
04. "G.I. Joe" (Patton/Rutmanis) – 3:59
05. "Mine Is No Disgrace" (Osborne/Thirwell) – 8:21
06. "Spineless" (Sanko) – 4:01
07. "Divorced" (Crover/Melvins) – 14:42
08. "Dry Drunk" (Osborne/Yow) – 4:03
-"Dry Drunk (Part I)" (Osborne/Yow)
-"Interlude" (Godzik Pink)
-"Dry Drunk (Part II)" (Osborne/Yow)
09. "Okie From Muskogee" (Haggard) – 2:10
10. "The Man With The Laughing Hand Is Dead" (Osborne/Blood)
11. "Moon Pie" (Osborne/Sharp) – 12:44
Personnel:
The Melvins:
Buzz Osborne (King Buzzo) - vocals, guitar, bass guitar, noise
Dale Crover - drums, guitar, vocals, noise
Kevin Rutmanis - bass, slide bass, oscillator, harmonica, metronome, vocals, guitar
Tool:
Danny Carey - drums on track 7
Justin Chancellor - bass on track 7
Adam Jones - guitar on track 7
Maynard James Keenan - vocals on track 7
Skeleton Key:
Erik Sanko - guitar and vocals on track 6
Rick Lee - trash and samples on track 6
Bliss Blood - vocals, Wurlitzer, treated vocals, electric sitar, musical saws and Señor Wences samples on track 10
And:
Henry Bogdan - steel guitar on tracks 3 and 9
Bruce Bromberg - guitar on track 6
Amanda Ferguson - vocals on track 6
Leif Garrett - vocals on track 1
Mike Patton - vocals, sampler, guitar and percussion on track 4
Godzik Pink - performs "Interlude" on track 8
Kevin Sharp - vocals and samples on track 11
J. G. Thirlwell - vocals and samples on track 5
Hank Williams III - guitar and vocals on track 3, vocals on track 9
David Yow - vocals on tracks 2 and 8

Jello Biafra & The Melvins - Sieg Howdy! (2005)

Tracklist:
01. "Halo Of Flies" (Cooper/Smith/Dunaway/Bruce/Buxton) – 7:43
02. "Lighter Side Of Global Terrorism" (Extended Space-Melt Version) (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 7:55
03. "Lessons In What Not To Become" (words & music: Biafra) – 4:05
04. "Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 3:14
05. "Wholly Buy-Bull" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 2:33
06. "Voted Off The Island" (words & music: Biafra) – 0:50
07. "Kali-Fornia Über Alles 21st Century (live)" (words: Biafra/Greenway; music: Biafra) – 3:18
08. "Dawn Of The Locust (March Of The Locusts Deadverse Remix)" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 5:40
09. "Enchanted Thoughtfist (Enchanted Al Remix)" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 5:08
10. "Caped Crusader (Subway Gas/Hello Kitty Mix)" (words: Biafra, music: Biafra/Osborne) – 7:33
*This is the second album by Jello Biafra & The Melvins, it includes out-takes from the first albums recording sessions, some covers including an updated version of the Dead Kennedys classic "California Uber Alles" and remixes by Al Jourgensen (track 9), Dälek (track 8) and the Deaf Nephews (Dale Crover & Toshi Kasai - track 10). Adam Jones from Tool plays guitar on tracks 3, 7, 8, 9 and 10. A nice little collection for all you Melvins, Jello Biafra, Dead Kennedy's and Jello Biafra & The Melvins fans.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Melvins - The Making Love Demos (2007)

Tracklist:
1. Creepy Smell (1:23)
2. My Small % Shows Most (1:17)
3. Dime Lined Divide (1:00)
4. Excess Pool (1:47)
5. Vile Vermilloin Vacancy (5:44)
6. We Got Worries Here (2:55)
7. Let God Be Your Gardener (1:47)
8. Repulsion (5:42)
Bass - Matt Lukin
Drums - Dale Crover
Guitar, Vocals - Buzz Osbourne
*Previously unreleased tracks. Recorded on four track in 1987. This comes bundled with Brian Walsby's "Manchild 3" fullsized comicbook and is limited to 2000 copies.
Statement from the label (Bifocal Media):
"The Making Love Demos is a collection of 8 unreleased tracks recorded by the band in 1987. While the original master tapes have long since disappeared, It just so happens that Mr. Walsby was given a copy of this recording back in ‘88 and held onto it just for this very moment. We’ve had the whole thing mastered and tweaked for your listening/collecting pleasure. It’s still raw as hell, but we like it that way. Four of these songs were re-tooled and recorded for the Ozma record. Four of them exist only on this CD."

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Queens of the Stone Age - Walkin' on the Sidewalks

MARK LANEGAN - I'll Take Care Of You

Auto Pilot by Mark Lanegan and Nick Oliveri

Maldoror - She (1999)

Maldoror is Mike Patton & Japanese noise artist Masami Akita (also known as Merzbow). The project formed when Faith No More were on tour in Australia in 1997. I went to the show in Melbourne and I still don't know what the hell it was about. It was noisy and uncomfortable, although support KK Null rocked. The album 'She' is pretty much the same, with some interesting artwork.

Sepultura & Mike Patton

Sepultura & Mike Patton E.P
Track List:
1. Sepultura & Mike Patton - Look Away
2. Sepultura & Mike Patton - Lookaway (Master Vibe mix)
3. Sepultura & Mike Patton - Mine
4. Sepultura & Mike Patton - Mine (Andy Wallace Mix)
5. Sepultura & Mike Patton - Procura O Cara
6. Sepultura & Mike Patton - The Waste
I found this somewhere and thought some people may share my love for all things Mike Patton, it was listed as an exclusive Sepultura & Mike Patton E.P although track 5 is not actually Sepultura, it is Andreas Moraes with 3 members of Sepultura, although yes it does sound a lot like Sepultura (I'm not sure why, duh). Track 1 & 2 have lead vocals by that gimp from Korn, you can hear Patton in the background making those weird noises he does so well, and track 4 is a rare one, not officially released and not as good as the original version. enjoy!

I Love To Smoke

Saturday, November 17, 2007

SEX PISTOLS - Reunion 10/11/07

SEX PISTOLS
London, UK
Brixton Academy
Saturday, 10th November 2007

Setlist:
01. Intro
02. Pretty Vacant
03. 17 (Lazy SOD)
04. No Feelings
05. New York
06. Did You No Wrong
07. Liar
08. Holidays In The Sun
09. Submission
10. Stepping Stone
11. No Fun
12. Problems
13. God Save The Queen
14. EMI
15. Bodies
16. Anarchy In The UK
17. ???

Part 2 in comments.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Impractical Joke by SMUDGE (my favourite band)

I've seen them twice recently (well back in 2004) but probably saw them many times when I was a dumb-ass teenager and was too cool to care. Anyway I love them, they are as catchy as hell and Tom Morgan is the greatest song writer ever (see Lemonheads, The Givegoods and Sneeze).

Does anyone still like Queens of the Stone Age?

If you click on the question above it will take you to a Queens of the Stone Age goldmine with all the albums, 25+ rare tracks, 4 E.P's, 12 video clips & a bunch of TV appearances (and ringtones but who cares) all for your downloading pleasure. All you have to do is enter the password which is: qotsahd2. Addressing the above question I thought the last two albums were shit and the subsequent live shows boring as hell, but before that they were brilliant, and do you know what they have been lacking recently, well two things, or people to be exact: Nick Oliveri and Mark Lanegan. Thats all I have to say (or write?).

A Genre Called Noisecore?

or an excuse for an awesome Boredoms photo.
Anyway heres a link to a NOISECORE ftp site, full of noisy downloads, you know all your favourites like Anal Cunt, Anal Fist, Anal Whore, and of course Anal Gore Terror. But on a more serious note also available is The Boredoms Chocolate Synthesizer LP, a rare Boredoms 7" Michidai-Fuanteidai and a very special Sonic Youth E.P which is a live collaboration with Eye from The Boredoms. There is also a Cow's album and some Melvins and Melt Banana. Go Nuts.

Shellac - 1000 Hurts

One of the best damn albums ever produced, I fucking love it and you will too, if not you'll burn in HELL!

The Moldy Peaches

I found this link for the Moldy Peaches album, track 13 is a classic...

Monday, November 12, 2007

Monday, November 5, 2007

Boredoms - Rebore Vol. 3 (2001)

The third or fourth in the series, not sure, another was released
around the same time titled Rebore Vol. 0, a remix entitled
"Vision Recreation By Eye". Anyway this one is titled "DJ Krush
Gigamix" which as the title suggests is a remix by DJ Krush.

Boredoms - Rebore Vol. 2 (2000)

Rebore Vol. 2 is a 50 minute insane trip to hell. A Remix by Ken Ishii,
it's titled "Unidentified Freaked-Up Outsteppers (Non-Stop Ki Mix).

Boredoms - Rebore Vol. 1 (2000)

The first in the Rebore remix series, "Dysfunctional Monster Jam"
is a 46 minute remix/mash-up by UNKLE, culling material from
the Boredoms entire discography (up to 2000). One of my personal
favourites D.M.J is at times melodic, and also quite disturbing.
Enjoy! 1 Track: Dysfunctional Monster Jam (46:05).