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|11-08-2010, 11:16 PM||#17 (permalink)|
Secret SWAT Team
Assistant Captain Steeel Reserve
Sposored by Valken Sports and PnL Paintball
My wife came out of the closet as a furry to me, so I Divorced her, what would you do?
"I have alot of filthy habits. Most of which I find enjoyable" -Willie Nelson as Doc Holliday
|11-08-2010, 11:17 PM||#18 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Vancouver, BC
No Doubt was a mega hit band, man. If you're on a compilation hit album, you've probably made it.
Anyways for something completely different, Neutral Milk Hotel.
|11-09-2010, 12:03 AM||#19 (permalink)|
I'm Comin' To Getcha!
Anyone remember these guys?
The BNR Metal Pages
Life, Sex & Death were one of those bands with a gimmick, where the gimmick became more important than the band itself. The gimmick was vocalist Stanley, who was reportedly a certifiable homeless street bum. How true this really was is subject to debate, but by many accounts he both looked and smelled the part, even when not on stage. Anyway, their one album, The Silent Majority, is a somewhat uneven slice of swaggering hard rock, a bit in the vein of GnR. Stanley's vocals aren't bad at all, a sort of husky, bluesy growl that suited the music pretty well. The album won its share of fans but the band really never went anywhere and were not heard from after the album's release.
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|11-09-2010, 04:25 PM||#20 (permalink)|
House of Large Sizes, Tripping Daisy, and Tripmaster Monkey frequently played at a bar when I was going to college, but were regionally known. Tripping Daisy had a video or two that ran on 120 Minues as well as Alternative Nation. I still have a few of their CDs and pull them out for some true college nostalgia.
I can listen to Helmet's "In the Meantime" album over and over again. Their next album "Betty" is also good. Great alt/metal band to listen to to let off some steam.
For the people that like the Butthole Surfers, check out Lard, the Revolting Cocks, and early 90's albums from Ministry.