An Interview With The Melvins By KUOI Staff

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Justafilthylurker

Albini and Buzz are both loudmouth assholes who make ridiculous statements in interviews, it's not suprising they don't get on.

Quote from: black stallion on November 02, 2010, 07:02:09 AM
i guess it would be a lot easier to see the Pope collaborating with Mayhem than Albini with Melvins

I envision a Ratzinger solo album sounding like early Laibach for some reason.

black stallion

Quote from: Justafilthylurker on November 05, 2010, 06:39:05 AM
Albini and Buzz are both loudmouth assholes who make ridiculous statements in interviews, it's not suprising they don't get on.

also  one of them is more talented than the other as musician
Charmicarmicat:Bastards

(((O)))

Quote from: black stallion on November 05, 2010, 09:12:53 AM
also one of them is more talented than the other as musician
Go on tell us more. I want names!  :D

Fraser

My old band recorded at Electrical Audio in 2007. We had a great time working with Albini and I found him to be a perfectly nice guy. He knows his craft and his studio is fucking amazing so I'm not surprised he invests most of his time and efforts there, rather than trying to make a living on Shellac alone.  That said, I have to air my admiration and respect for bands and artists like The Melvins who have managed to reach a level where they can actually live of their 'art' without yielding to outside influence or control.

I'm kinda gutted those 2 don't get on. I always thought an Electrical Audio version of Ozma would be the greatest thing ever committed to tape.

anaconda

Albini really did magic with the sound of HOF's Blessed Black Wings

black stallion

Quote from: anaconda on November 07, 2010, 12:48:53 PM
Albini really did magic with the sound of HOF's Blessed Black Wings
totally agree with you

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GrimReaper

Still great to read this. The station plays some good tunes as well.

Here's some other interviews you will enjoy:

http://kuoi.org/music/interviews/

drumfreak:)

This interview is pure gold.

What do Clapton and black coffee have in common?
They're both terrible without Cream.

:lol: :lol:
Has two bands with ridicolous names.

Stonergrunge

Quote from: drumfreak:) on April 20, 2014, 02:35:07 PM
This interview is pure gold.

What do Clapton and black coffee have in common?
They're both terrible without Cream.


:lol: :lol:

And that is SO true.
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119

Didn't he record Bush-Razorblade Suitcase?

(PAUL)

Quote from: 119 on April 21, 2014, 04:48:32 PM
Didn't he record Bush-Razorblade Suitcase?

No Clapton was not on that one.












Yes Steve Albini did record that Bush album, so whenever I hear him talk shit about, I don't know, Stone Temple Pilots or something, I think about that Bush album and how terrible that band was. Granted, I never listened to that album and I'm guessing the "engineering" sounds amazing on it, but there's only so much you can do with a turd.
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PS:  fuck him.

meezer

Quote from: drumfreak:) on April 20, 2014, 02:35:07 PM
This interview is pure gold.

What do Clapton and black coffee have in common?
They're both terrible without Cream.

:lol: :lol:
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deatheats

Quote from: (PAUL) on April 21, 2014, 05:47:31 PM
Yes Steve Albini did record that Bush album, so whenever I hear him talk shit about, I don't know, Stone Temple Pilots or something, I think about that Bush album and how terrible that band was. Granted, I never listened to that album and I'm guessing the "engineering" sounds amazing on it, but there's only so much you can do with a turd.

I remember reading somewhere that Gavin Rossdale was good friends with Duane Denison...makes me wonder if he also knows Albini fairly well.