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Melvins Discussion / melvins tribute of sorts
« on: August 11, 2010, 01:37:59 AM »
I am a long time member of the board and figured i would share this,  just  out on my record label from Lansing, Michigan ....  a melvins tribute of sorts... the last song is a melvins medley that Red Teeth used to play, Red Teeth is now dead and this was only released previously in a limited cd-r run sold at their shows..... Its absolutely FREE 2 download stream whatever..... let me know whats u think.........
                                 - Phil

Red Teeth loved The Melvins. Blakzilla was their tribute. "Karl Dungeon Master" and "Weirdo on the couch" were recorded live in Lansing, MI at Mac's Bar. The intro on "Karl" has samples of Jucifer that were taken at that show. Lysol is a composite recording of a Melvins medley Red Teeth used to play including parts from Hag Me, Boris, The Lovely Butterflies, Charmicarmicat, Hung Bunny, Roman Bird Dog, and With Teeth. This recording is taken from 2 practice recordings a live recording and a 4 track version that were all incomplete alone. With a little studio magic "Lysol +" was created from those tapes. Without the inspiration of the Melvins and their creativity many of us may not have made music the way we did or at all. They have drastically changed the way we think about music. The least we could do is destroy one of their songs, HA HA HA HA. Sit back listen & enjoy HERE!

Melvins Show Reviews / Re: Detroit 6-24
« on: June 25, 2010, 12:32:09 PM »

This was a awesome show heavy and weird just how i like it.

I missed all but the last 2 songs of Totimoshi, what i did hear did not really interest me i was there to see the fucking MELVINS!!!

I got right to the front in front of Dale and Jared and THE melvins proceeded to rock my face off!!

The deuche bag that got kicked out was pissing me off the whole first set, he was standing right behind me and just being a total asswad leaning, pushing, sloshing around. Dont get me wrong i have no problem with rocking out even moshing but when u are the only dude trying to mosh and theres a mosh pit 15 ft over ... just go over there dude what are u to scared to get ur ass kicked ... I knocked him a few good shots while standing there, my friend planted a good elbow in em as well he chilled out for a bit after that. I thought it was hilarious when dale booted the asswipe. I mean really why waste beer like that... and on expensive equipment no less.

This was the best melvins show yet with the Big Business dudes, maybe it was the fact that they didn't open. LYsol was amazing, Amazon was tits as well!!!........ oh yea and Bacon Industry that was awesome as well.... Overall a great time and not as fucking hot as the last smalls show they had the fans on this time major improvement.

I took a small video with my camera and some pictures... the video is posted right here .... ummm i guess no link for pictures cuz i put it on the book of my face..... but theres a vidya for ya , i may post them somewhere else if i do ill let yall know.........


Melvins Discussion / Re: Your Very Own Dale Crover Drum Kit
« on: May 31, 2009, 12:18:40 PM »
we were in search of a drummer for a while ... ended up deciding we were gonna make drum loops instead and used these crover samples... worked preety well...

we played some shows with this setup it was fun ...

heres some vids if u wanna c...

Melvins Discussion / Re: 08 Tour roll call
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:48:11 PM »
Ill be catchin the show at smalls in d-town .... should be a few of us comin in from lansing theres at least 4 of us confirmed so far ....

Melvins Discussion / Re: Fuck this town...
« on: July 08, 2008, 11:00:11 PM »
uhh nope not paw.... sorry u got the wrong dude man.....

Melvins Discussion / Re: Fuck this town...
« on: July 08, 2008, 08:09:39 PM »
dont know much bout kzoo but if u shoot up here to lansing we got a couple nice rocord stores im prety sure ann arbor has a preety sweet shop or 2 as well .... if u make it to lansing u shoudl head to east lansing and FBC they got all kinds of good stuff....

Melvins Discussion / melvins on myspace
« on: July 01, 2008, 08:12:02 AM »
ha check the frnt page of myspace today melvins r the featured band .... ? ha that is so great ...

Melvins Show Reviews / Re: 9-28 detroit
« on: September 30, 2007, 08:14:49 AM »
fucking great time.... melvins/big buisness totally rocked.... way better than st andrews or magic stick or anywhere else ive seen the melvins....

wish i wasnt so poor those eggnog shirts they were sellin were preety slick....

tiny ass club pretty nar.......

also i got covered in buzzo sweat and salivia pretty gross.... haha

didnt care for the movie to much but otherwise best show ive seen in a while

Melvins Discussion / eye flys on a new soundtrack.....
« on: September 22, 2007, 04:19:32 PM »
found this on myspace its from the new k#@% coB&n movie thought it was uhhh intresting or something... also going to see the melvins in detroit on fri at smalls gonna be awesome again ....  uhhh yeah so u know whatever

June 2, 2007 - Saturday

  Barsuk Records to Release About A Son Soundtrack

Big doings from Seattle, where super indie Barsuk Records announces the September release of the all-star About A Son soundtrack on the eve of the film's NW premiere at SIFF 2007. Here's the article from Pitchfork announcing the album:

New music from Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie, as well as unearthed audio excerpts of interviews with Nirvana's Kurt Cobain will appear on the soundtrack to the film About a Son, based on interviews with Cobain conducted by journalist/Come As You Are scribe Michael Azerrad.

Cobain's contemporaries Mudhoney, the Melvins, Mark Lanegan, and more, contribute previously released tracks, as do Cobain favorites like Iggy Pop, R.E.M., Half Japanese, David Bowie, and Leadbelly. The soundtrack is set for release September 11 from Barsuk.

Along with the soundtrack songs, the film features an original score by Ben Gibbard and producer Steve Fisk.

The documentary itself-- combining excerpts from the taped interviews with footage shot in the Pacific Northwest by director AJ Schnack-- will be released sometime in the fall with a DVD release to follow shortly thereafter.

About a Son:

01 Steve Fisk & Ben Gibbard - "Overture"
02 "Never Intended" [interview excerpt]
03 Arlo Guthrie - "Motorcycle Song"
04 The Melvins - "Eye Flys"
05 "Punk Rock" [interview excerpt]
06 Bad Brains - "Banned In D.C."
07 Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Up Around the Bend"
08 Half Japanese - "Put Some Sugar On It"
09 The Vaselines - "Son of a Gun"
10 Butthole Surfers - "Graveyard"
11 "Hardcore Was Dead" [interview excerpt]
12 Scratch Acid - "Owner's Lament"
13 Mudhoney - "Touch Me I'm Sick"
14 "Car Radio" [interview excerpt]
15 Iggy Pop - "The Passenger"
16 Leadbelly - "The Bourgeois Blues"
17 R.E.M. - "New Orleans Instrumental No. 1"
18 "The Limelight" [interview excerpt]
19 David Bowie - "The Man Who Sold The World"
20 Mark Lanegan - "Museum"
21 Ben Gibbard - "Indian Summer"


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