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Melvins Discussion / Re: The Melvins' best "Guitar" album
« on: December 10, 2014, 10:03:59 PM »
Incidentally, I also find the Maggot to be their most cohesive album.

By this, I mean no nonsense, straightforward fucking rock. I don't mean to start a debate here - I can see how someone would find Bullhead or some of their earlier stuff pretty no nonsense. You know, before they starting getting weird. Anyway, save the intro to Manky, they obviously set out to rock our socks off on this album.

I totally agree.

the Maggot

balls to the walls

Right. It's way too good. It's the ultimate "let's not dick around" kinda album, ya know?

Not like that's not an ongoing theme with Melvins, but this one literally rocks the socks (or whatever you wanna call it) right off. Like, no contest over here.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: The Melvins' best "Guitar" album
« on: December 10, 2014, 01:36:41 PM »
Easy.

The answer is The Maggot


Stoner Witch and Senile would be runners up.

Earlier albums, like Gluey, Bullhead, Eggnog, Ozma, etc are tough as hell but not the same kind of riffage that I think the initial question is looking for.


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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity # count
« on: December 10, 2014, 09:51:26 AM »
Hey she lives at my house now, adopted her for like $87 I think. Thank you!

Very nice! What's that hanging from her hands?

Oh, hey! That tag is out of 100!

Thanks for posting!
Spatulas!

Oh neat! I see it now!

You got a good one  :P Very unique 

Now I'm curious about the little colorful thing that's near (or possibly attached to?) the foot.
It looks like one of those little silver maze games that you could trade for tickets at Chuck E Cheese.


It is a casserole dish with a plastic lid and a picture of food.

 :shock: :shock: Once again, I totally see it now. That's so cool!


It looks like one of those little silver maze games that you could trade for tickets at Chuck E Cheese.
Ha, that's what I thought as well.
Ha!

Hey she lives at my house now, adopted her for like $87 I think. Thank you!

Very nice! What's that hanging from her hands?

Oh, hey! That tag is out of 100!

Thanks for posting!

Spatulas!
Obligatory



 :lol:

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity # count
« on: December 09, 2014, 07:03:00 PM »
Hey she lives at my house now, adopted her for like $87 I think. Thank you!

Very nice! What's that hanging from her hands?

Oh, hey! That tag is out of 100!

Thanks for posting!
Spatulas!

Oh neat! I see it now!

You got a good one  :P Very unique 

Now I'm curious about the little colorful thing that's near (or possibly attached to?) the foot.
It looks like one of those little silver maze games that you could trade for tickets at Chuck E Cheese.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: melvins inspired artwork
« on: December 09, 2014, 06:42:34 PM »
got this e-mail:

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This is an enquiry email via http://themelvins.net/ from:
ful

Hi guys, sorry for bother you via email. I just would like to share this psychedelic trip I got  listening "we are doomed", inspired from both lyrics and song structure. Hope you like it. See you at the next italian gig.

http://www.vivaultra.it/We-are-doomed



Wow! This dude is really good. We stumbled across one another's work a while back through Melvins artwork hashtags...or something like that. He ( I think it's a he) has a real slick style, uses a lot of alternative processes, too. I encourage you guys to check out his blog or instagram if you haven't already.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity # count
« on: December 09, 2014, 06:31:23 PM »
Hey she lives at my house now, adopted her for like $87 I think. Thank you!

Very nice! What's that hanging from her hands?

Oh, hey! That tag is out of 100!

Thanks for posting!

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity # count
« on: December 06, 2014, 11:30:02 AM »
i got theseā€¦.

A bald one, haha! Thanks for sharing!

Uh, what was the question?

I guess my original prompt was curiosity of # and styles that are out there. I'm willing to bet a lot of lurkers on this forum have one, too. I'm interested in photos of both the babies and the numbered tags for reference. Maybe one day they can be added to the merch section of the wiki. They're all pretty unique.

I am just in love with these babies.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity # count
« on: December 05, 2014, 10:32:12 PM »
Hey JUDY I have one, it sits by my amp and is no longer in the bag. One white head, one black, and black and white arms on the opposite sides. Black t shirt. Uh, what was the question?

It's OK that you don't have a number, take a pic if you can!

Is she wearing a skirt or just undies?

I have a tag around here that is MIA


limited to 99

limited to 1
Looks good.  Do you have pictures of the tags?

Yeah, thanks for sharing that! Let's see the tagaroo!





limited to 1




HOLY SHHHHhhhhhh.

That's just beautiful :love:




limited to 1


That one is nuts. Are those actual pieces of glass on there?

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity # count
« on: November 29, 2014, 01:02:07 AM »
Condi, I'm bored. Wanna go get a milkshake?

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins baby monstrosity
« on: November 29, 2014, 12:47:24 AM »
Really? Really, guys and gals? Nothing? Nothing at all? How is it that a forum of TRUE fans that LOVE merchandise not have a single thing to say on this.

I'd love to ask the artist, or get a true confirmation on the numbers of each style + # that was created. 100 of each seems out of the question. 144 seems more relevant, but I'm not entirely convinced or proven with a fact. This is not ridicule to the artist, it's just dorky confirmation. This is interesting, let's talk!

This is a chain mystery that we should love to look at together.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins Lividity + Aspergers=Luckiest Woman Alive
« on: November 29, 2014, 12:11:37 AM »
As some of you on the lower end of the board know, I'm more than half way through an intensive M.ed Masters of Visual Arts Education program. In a few months, I'll be certified to teach visual arts and media arts, K-12, museum and jr college level. But I've always really had a heart with special needs and art therapy. It's for my brother. I'm a psychology nut and warm hearted person (scorpio) and the  'spectrum' and sensors associated with that are truly fascinating to me. Because of that, I really appreciate to hear your likes and dislikes.

Right now, I'm working university hours at a school with children who have severe special needs. The art we create together is amazing. We roll paint balls and use remote control ladybug doodlers stuffed with stripped sharpie markers on a fixed table. The work is just beautiful. The kids don't express the need or want for music, it mostly makes them distracted and anxious. However, I do imagine my future self doing this with highly functional kids on the spectrum. I can't even imagine the awesome things we could accomplish with one another.

I will play Melvins responsibly.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins Lividity + Aspergers=Luckiest Woman Alive
« on: November 28, 2014, 11:44:49 PM »
My son is autistic. And hates the melvins. . :P

You're not being specific enough by saying what he likes and what he doesn't like. Like, does he not like music? My bro is weird about music sometimes, you just need to find his comfort zone. He can listen to movies on top volume, but music needs to be super heavy and low. Or high and low. If that makes sense. Don't be like, "Hey, I'm turning on loud and obnoxious music now", or worse...do it without warning....so be gentle. I don't know his age or interests, but just give sensory play things out in the open, like coloring or legos or play-dough (I have a homemade recipe that is nasal sensory if you want it) and put on Lividity. It might go better than you think  :anonymous:

I love music but theres not any other band like it.
Yep. I think we're onto something here.... :buzz:


INTJ personality type (rarest of the 16)

I have an idea, but am not quite certain of what INTJ is, exactly. Can you please tell us about it?

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins Lividity + Aspergers=Luckiest Woman Alive
« on: November 28, 2014, 12:00:24 AM »

Again, it was one of those things I thought everyone else could do.

Fascinating


A question for those of you reporting to be on the spectrum. Is it Melvins slow and low that you're most into? How do you feel about Honky? For me, that one might be the weirdest in terms of variety and listening experiences.The feeling I get from Lysol and Stag can be super intense in a meditative way as well. I don't consider myself to be on the spectrum, but Melvins fans are unique in way. I used to joke and say people (like me) that were heavily into them must have 'broke brains.' There are so many unexpected things going on it's like super exciting for my brain to process it. I wouldn't call it a challenge to listen to, but more like a progressive process that my mind and body really enjoy. I don't, like, hear colors as described, but it can be very overwhelming in sensation. I can't say any other band does that for me. Ween does sometimes, but not like this.

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Melvins Discussion / Re: Melvins Lividity + Aspergers=Luckiest Woman Alive
« on: November 24, 2014, 08:16:04 PM »
"please illucidate".


K, you're right. I'm very PC when it comes to this kind of stuff. I see autism as a culture or a group of people on a spectrum who have a different way of thinking, functioning and engaging in life.  To say a person IS autistic sounds offensive to me, but maybe I'm just being overly protective. I guess that is up to the individual. You are also welcome to PM me but I think we can shake hands and leave it at that  ;) I meant no offense by it. Back on topic.

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