KING BUZZO'S TOP TEN

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Beto Brasil

Quote from: Vcavallo
Quote from: TOOLThat warms the cockles of my heart!

i read this as "cookies" of my heart.  which i like.


Hey Vinneyyyy, good Tatooooooooooo man, very good! :D
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norecess

Quote from: Eponymous on May 10, 2004, 08:08:36 PM
Quote from: anacondai actually bought that culture club vinyl becuz the
b-side was dub bass instrumentals by mikey craig
their bass player.
And are you glad you did?

I'm still waiting for an answer.

GrimReaper


Don't know why I didn't reply to this thread back in 2003.

bUTTHOLEmAN

Quote from: Vcavallo on May 11, 2004, 12:20:38 AM
Quote from: TOOLThat warms the cockles of my heart!

i read this as "cookies" of my heart.  which i like.
:lol: :lol:
if you CALL ME ON MY CELLY
i'll LET YOU RUB ME BELLY!


"I can push over twelve year old girls easy." - Fart
kill yr idols
emperors wear no clothes
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Caio Felipe

Black Flag!!! That's enough! :cheers:

                   IIII
My idea of fun is killing everyone

FartLips

i've seen a different list on here that listed black flags first four years and a PiL record too.
Quote from: JASONALEXANDER on March 08, 2024, 11:35:21 PM
Brilliant story, Ian!  :lol:  :lol: And what harm has Ian ever done to Fart that he deserves to be harrassed no matter what he writes, even when it's funny and brilliant as fuck? Digger > Nigger and an Fuck > Shut!  :lol:

(PAUL)

Um, it already lists a PiL album.
Hail, not fail.
PS:  fuck him.

al27

The Sex Pistols album is a classic, even if you don't like that kind of music, its an important record.

I never really thought the Pistols played "punk" music, though, it was too slow.

Some fantastically great songs though (I love "God Save The Queen" and "No Feelings"), excellent rock 'n' roll, in my opinion.


I don't have a ton of PiL stuff, but Album and Second Edition are both great.


Here I am, weighing in on a post thats 3+ years old.
-al27

GrimReaper

Al, seriously, how often do you bust out your copy of  Never Mind the Bullocks by the Pistols and listen to it?

PiL  Second Addition, terrible.

Happy I like. But when do I ever revisit this stuff? Not often do I sit down and crave a PiL album.

I'm looking at my PiL cds right now.

I cannot find any reason to listen to them.

Is there an Evil Al out there? Maybe an Al28?




al27

I have a burned copy featuring most of the songs on Never Mind The Bollocks (10 of the 12, I think "New York" and "Bodies" are missing), and I have the queens jubilee bootleg or something (I can't keep track) by the Pistols that has the demos with Glen Mattlock playing on them, as well as a couple of live songs including "No Fun."

I'm not one of those guys who takes the "Pistols totally rule" stance, because I do acknowledge that they were a manufactured band, and were out to make money.

And I can also totally see why people would hate the Sex Pistols for those reasons.

And Rottens vocals are definitely an aquired taste (though the same can be said for HR's in the Bad Brains).

But I love the Sex Pistols mostly for the music.  They wrote some cool punk riffs.  I play guitar, and I love Steve Jone's stuff!  He played a lot of cool lines in his songs, and it makes for some pretty cool guitar work.  He was like Johnny Ramone crossed with Johnny Thunders.  I mean, "EMI" "God Save The Queen" "No Feelings" "Pretty Vacant"... Great songs, all of them!

There's so much mythos around the Pistols, it seems like people either love them or hate them based on who they were, not what music they put out.

Me, I just like their music.  Thats all, nothing more complicated than that.

And I like PiL's Second Edition because the bass lines are really cool.  And what other band has ever put out dance music like that?  It sounds so cold and depressing.  Its unique, and the bass grooves are so catchy that I do truly enjoy it.  I don't ever crave a PiL album, but its something I bring out every once and a while.

As far as how much I listen to the Pistols, well, "God Save The Queen" has 48 plays on my iPod, "EMI" has 33.  Like I said, I like their music, I couldn't give two craps about who they were or what "messages" they were trying to push.

-al27

Mad Arab

Second Edition is awesome. How can you not like it? Jah Wobble's bass playing on it was excellent

FartLips

Quote from: PAUL on March 21, 2007, 11:24:13 PM
Um, it already lists a PiL album.
that it does. but it was in a different place. i think seventh. black flag was one or two.
Quote from: JASONALEXANDER on March 08, 2024, 11:35:21 PM
Brilliant story, Ian!  :lol:  :lol: And what harm has Ian ever done to Fart that he deserves to be harrassed no matter what he writes, even when it's funny and brilliant as fuck? Digger > Nigger and an Fuck > Shut!  :lol:

GrimReaper


Isn't crap a bad word?

OK I will listen to Second Edition again. I do respect you guys. You already know this.

al27

Just remember, its all about the bass.

-al27

Chief Ten Beers

The only one I own is Damaged which rules.

Sex Pistols suck. They were a bunch of assholes who were more into image and being infamous than anything. The Ramones were 100X better.