Nude With Boots

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black stallion

Quote from: dead mike on June 21, 2008, 11:57:59 AM
can anyone tell me if buzz went back to a fatter, richer guitar tone?
not really,the guitar tone is a little different than ASA,but certainly not fatter
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ground control

Here's a review to add to the pile: http://groundcontrolmag.com/detail/3/1095/1/

We've also got a review of the "Don't Look Back" show the guys played with Mudhoney a while back. It's been posted elsewhere on the board, but I'll add it here in case someone missed it: http://www.groundcontrolmag.com/detail/2/584/

enjoy!


(the) Razor

QuoteI found it extraordinarily frustrating to hear music so good completely fouled up by shitty vocals.

My thoughts exactly, although I can appreciate those vocals in BB. Oh well. Mine's in the mail. I just want to hear Real Fucking Nasty again!
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bathroom creep

I really like the vocal harmonies on most of the songs, but especially on The Kicking Machine and Dog Island.
I think it's far from "Barber Shop Quartet", and also different than (A)SA.
Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.

Centripetal core of soul sojourn the field vibrates to absolution. I climb toward the sun to breathe the universal.

Have you seen the bridge?  I ain't seen the bridge!  Where's that confounded bridge?!

(PAUL)

Never thought to compare the Melvins to Sparks, still don't know if that works.
Hail, not fail.
PS:  fuck him.


Idlehanz

hmmmmm....could be.  But I doubt it.  The reviewer seems to know who sent it and refers to them as an employee of Ipecac, not a band member.


That is retarded to use that old of a picture.  And then bitch that they weren't sent a new one.  You can find new band photo's everywhere.  They've been with Jared and Coady for damn near two years.

black stallion

Quote from: bathroom creep on June 23, 2008, 04:05:07 PM
I really like the vocal harmonies on most of the songs, but especially on The Kicking Machine and Dog Island.
I think it's far from "Barber Shop Quartet", and also different than (A)SA.
:D glad not to be the only one to have certain feelings.
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runk the punk

Billy Fish rules, I listen to it on repeat.

bathroom creep

Quote from: runk the punk on June 24, 2008, 04:09:31 AM
Billy Fish rules, I listen to it on repeat.

I think I've listened to it over 10000000 times already. Both live and album versions.
I can't believe I still love that song so much.
Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.

Centripetal core of soul sojourn the field vibrates to absolution. I climb toward the sun to breathe the universal.

Have you seen the bridge?  I ain't seen the bridge!  Where's that confounded bridge?!

Dale_Nixon

After a couple light stabbings,Some Very Thorough Cavity searches i finally got the album and i have to say its a great one...i like how the savage hippy sounds completely ancient...Nude with boots is great with the drum intro and Dies Iraea well you know if you have had a chance to listen to it.
CALLE ME ISHMALE DUMMY.

rhett E rock

i fucking love this album.  i can't even BEGIN to imagine what the next one will sound like.   

black stallion

Quote from: rhett E rock on June 24, 2008, 09:28:51 PM
i fucking love this album.  i can't even BEGIN to imagine what the next one will sound like.   
me too.not thinking to the next yet,but i believe it will be different from the last one ,just like NWB is different than ASA.anyway,with or without BB is not so important for the final results,cuz it only depends from Roger's mood
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Doody the Clown

I learned to play Billy Fish and it's probably my favorite song to play, ever.  The riffage to the part where Jared takes lead vocals is so simple, but so fucking rocking.  The feeling it gives me in my spine is comparable to injecting kilo loads of opiates into my eyeball.