Post Punk with funky tinges (recommendation rel.)

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  • one of my first cassette purchases ever was suicidal tendencies...god they phucking suck



  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    Ok, so someone just let me know that Rape Donkeys was doing nothing but acting low class with fake responses to the question. Dude what was the point of doing that? did you just want to secure your position as an unhelpful asshole?



    really though, if you got notihng to add to the conversation than just sit back and shut up.

    Thanks for showing how useful useless you truly can be

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    yeah, they look like "industrial" records. But who knows, even Throbbing Gristle made an excellent jazz funk lp.




  • noznoz 3,625 Posts
    crink i want e-40 to rap over the title track from jazz funk greats. and i know you've probably never heard e-40 so that means nothing to you. but it should.

  • Ok, so someone just let me know that Rape Donkeys was doing nothing but acting low class with fake responses to the question. Dude what was the point of doing that? did you just want to secure your position as an unhelpful asshole?



    really though, if you got notihng to add to the conversation than just sit back and shut up.

    Thanks for showing how useful useless you truly can be

    Don't listen to clowns named Simon chicky monkey.

  • adam -



    tough talk is an extremely embarrassing "look" for you. why is everything cause for outrage?



    you got everything you needed out of this thread from a german guy and i got to laugh at you. everyone else got to look at some great covers. seems like a rather successful "look" to me on all counts.



    only thing that would have made it better is you buying a sutcliffe jugend record looking for some slap bass. if you can't look at lustm??rd and figure out that it's not whiteboy modern soul, then i'm sorry.



    calm the fuck down, it's all laughs.

  • p_gunnp_gunn 2,284 Posts
    i thought it was funny...

    the godfather of FUNK???????


  • p_gunnp_gunn 2,284 Posts
    and to be somewhat helpful, lately my two fav. "obvious" post punk funk jams are:

    "kiss kiss kiss" - yoko ono

    and

    "cake" - from this record:


    sleep at your peril (or just leave it in the dollar bin...)

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    ain't nothng big, after all your online asshole persona is something that is not new to anyone.



    I'd probably be more pissed if you were known as a helpful person.



    I probably would of ended up liking some of those LPs if I bought them, but still would have been dissapointed at them not being what I thought they were.



    Covers were cool, my talk wasn't tough it was more like "why would go ahead and do an asshole thing like that".



    nothing gained, nothing lost

  • twoplytwoply Only Built 4 Manzanita Links 2,904 Posts
    ain't nothng big, after all your online asshole persona is something that is not new to anyone.

    I'd probably be more pissed if you were known as a helpful person.

    I probably would of ended up liking some of those LPs if I bought them, but still would have been dissapointed at them not being what I thought they were.

    Covers were cool, my talk wasn't tough it was more like "why would go ahead and do an asshole thing like that".

    nothing gained, nothing lost

    I think the real lesson here is do you really expect someone on a message board to go through that much trouble to entertain your newest pet interest?

    And before you fire off a volley of PMs accusing me of coming at you sideways, I'm not saying that to pick a fight. I'm saying that because a lot of people seem to forget that just because we all come together for shit like the heatrocks, that doesn't mean this is a private clubhouse made up of your bestest friends in the whole wide world.

    Some time ago I made a public ass of myself trying to argue with East Coast Hatters???. I have since realized that there was no arguement, there was just me getting all worked up over nothing.

    "DISCUSS"

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    interesting.

    angry

    curious

  • dayday 9,612 Posts
    sensitive














































  • Some of my faves:
    The Leather Nun EP (TG Side Project)
    This Heat's first LP, with that crazy 10 minute incredible song).
    Crispy Ambulance and the obvious faves,
    Warsaw.



  • Their late 80s stuff is really good: lots of sped up and slowed down effects, fuzzed out guitars, obscure spoken word dialogue samples. I even like their late, most popular one, Electriclarryland. I remember when I was a kid, getting weirded out by seeing a poster of the cover on the side of a music store. One of the greatest band names ever and the funniest album titles.


    Hey R**n, I dig the Surfers as much as the next dood (well, maybe a lil more). BUT, They did not have beats, they were not no-wave. They were however, a complete anomaly to the punk movement. Bad acid casualties from Texas with an insane cartoonish-nightmare sound. Gibby Haynes' dad was host of a kiddie show for a local TV station, kinda like a Texan version of Captain Kangaroo. This is apparently where Gibby began to form ideas for what would later become the Butthole Surfers. Their live shows were nothing short of legendary. Big screens onstage would project images of godzilla movies mixed with porno, surgery footage, car crashes, cartoons and all sorts of mind melting visual mayhem. They had two drummers who played standing up, topless dancers wearing big snowshoes, Gibby rollin around onstage, playing with fire and singing into a microphone through a megaphone. I remember one time they were throwing confetti out into the crowd. After the show ended and the lights came up, I realized they were xerox images of cockroaches carefully cut out with scissors. I mean, there must have been several thousand of these! They were fucking great!

    Somewhere along the way, they lost whatever it was that made them so freaky and fun and became just plain wack and irrelevant. Nothing left now but the recordings. Check out "Locust Abortion Technician", "Psychic Powerless Another Man's Sac", "Live PCP Pep" w/ the freaky alien child deformed midget on the cover, and "Hairway to Steven" just to name a few....

  • lambertlambert 1,166 Posts

    more factory acr stuff, go figure.

  • embarassing



    question

  • DubiousDubious 1,865 Posts
    CLASSIC

  • bropsbrops 182 Posts




    Also:
    Fatal Microbes, Y-Pants, Bush Tetras, Glaxo Babies....

  • DubiousDubious 1,865 Posts


    WORD!









  • yeah, they look like "industrial" records. But who knows, even Throbbing Gristle made an excellent jazz funk lp.


    Great record but...

    No jazz,

    No funk,

    Not even 20 songs.

    Get lifted, dim the lights, and put this "jazz funk" record on. It will seriously ruin your buzz. I love it.

    SONIC

  • batmonbatmon 27,574 Posts


    Funk w/ punky elements

  • I used to live next door to Genesis and Paula P. Orridge. Miserable smacked out c***s.


  • p_gunnp_gunn 2,284 Posts
    I used to live next door to Genesis and Paula P. Orridge. Miserable smacked out c***s.

    i saw him on Ave. A two months ago. Nice tits.

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    yeah, they look like "industrial" records. But who knows, even Throbbing Gristle made an excellent jazz funk lp.


    Great record but...

    No jazz,

    No funk,

    Not even 20 songs.

    Get lifted, dim the lights, and put this "jazz funk" record on. It will seriously ruin your buzz. I love it.

    SONIC

    yeah, I love that record. Just thought I'd try & keep up with Rapedonkeys recommendations.

    Seriously though TALKING HEADS ADAM!!!

  • rape donkeys is right now



    i recommend Savage Republic's Tragic Figures







    unfortunately the only pic i could find of the cover online is of the reissue



    not funky like Talking Heads Slits funky, but crazy crazy drums


  • I used to live next door to Genesis and Paula P. Orridge. Miserable smacked out c***s.



    GP-O got breast implants to match his wifey's. truly bizarre dude




  • lambertlambert 1,166 Posts
    I used to live next door to Genesis and Paula P. Orridge. Miserable smacked out c***s.

    i saw him on Ave. A two months ago. Nice tits.

    Ha HAAAAA!



  • MdotSchnipper's grill piece definitely classifies as "funky tinges"

  • check out early essential logic. dueling sax funky skronky fun. the bass playing is REALLY face melty and creative and i love lora logic's warbling vocals is otherworldly













    more skronking fun



    i don't understand why you got so mad in this thread guzzo. i don't see what the big hubbub is over rape donkeys posts
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