Monday, November 29, 2010

The Cure

I've been listening to pretty much exclusively The Cure for the past couple of weeks, and have no plans to change my listening habits anytime soon.

It's been a good half-decade since I seriously sat down and listened to their music, and even sold off a lot of my old Cure CD's in that time. Now I kinda wish I hadn't. For a while it was 'oh, the old punk stuff is good and so is 'The Top' but everything else sucks,' then 'I guess 'Disintegration' is pretty cool, too,' then, 'oh fuck it, it's all good, even the stuff that isn't.'

So, on that note, here is how I NOW rank The Cure's discography from favorite to least favorite:

The Top (1984)
Not too typical of the 'Cure' sound, but what album is, really? This one is by far the weirdest and hardest listen, but maybe that's why it's still my favorite overall. Or maybe it's because there are the doom and gloom tracks ('Shake Dog Shake')AND the upbeat pop tracks ('The Caterpillar'.) It sounds like Robert Smith on acid, and apparently that's exactly what it is (as he was using LSD daily at this point)

Disintegration (1989)
I used to hate this record for some reason...thought it was kinda boring and dated-sounding. Now I see that's not the case at all, and that 'Plainsong' is even heavier than the heaviest Electric Wizard tracks. Seriously. Turn those synths into distorted guitars and see what happens.

Seventeen Seconds (1980)
This was close...and honestly, this is probably one of the lesser-listened-to albums of theirs, but the overall mood can't be beat. I would put it further down on the list, but in the right time and place, this one is aces.

Three Imaginary Boys/Boys Don't Cry (1979)
These two are together because it's basically the same record, give or take a couple tracks. If you compile them all together, it makes one big great punk record. Simple songs with really odd lyrics and arrangements. Listening to this, it's no surprise why these guys got so many second chances (and they almost always disappoint some people, which is another reason why I like them so much--that they're not afraid to do this.)

The Head on the Door (1985)
A pop record...kind of...this is one of the albums most people know. Everything on it is great, even the tracks that weren't singles. I especially like 'Push.'

Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987)
To me, this and 'Head' are pretty much interchangeable, although this one is a good deal longer. Same mood, same types of songs, etc.

Bloodflowers (2000)
The more I listen to this album, the more I like it. Similar to 'Disintegration' but with more 'modern' production techniques. It'll probably end up moving up in the list someday. Maybe. Ha.

Pornography (1982)
Used to hate this one,'s not so bad, really. REALLY dark stuff, but the best songs on it are perhaps some of the Cure's best songs overall.

Japanese Whispers (1983)
This isn't really an 'album,' but it is 8 songs that don't appear on any other release (other than their respective singles.) THIS is the only Cure album that really sounds dated to me now, with all the cheesy synths, but 'Lovecats' is so damn good.

Wish (1992)
Good, not great. That's all I gotta say about it. The singles are good, and a couple other tracks stand out.

Faith (1981)
Never got into this one too much. Still don't like it all that well. It sounds too much like a 'lesser' version of 'Seventeen Seconds'--like those songs without the cool vocals effects and mood pieces. I gave it multiple tries. Oh well. Not every one is a winner.

Wild Mood Swings (1996)
Gonna have to re-listen to this one, too, but it's kind of like 'Wish' in that nothing really stands out too much. 'Mint Car' is a really gay song and I don't like it too much.

I haven't listened to their two most recent albums (4:13 Dream and S/T) so I can't really say anything about those. Didn't like what I heard from S/T, but what I heard from 'Dream' wasn't all that bad.

...once again, just 'cuz some of these are lower on the totem pole, that doesn't mean I HATE them, per se. I actually appreciate all the music Robert Smith has created, and I think he's one of the best living songwriters. Obviously not every song he writes is a home run, but for how many albums his band has done, I'd say they're pretty much untouchable.

...also, as an honorary mention, 'The Exploding Boy' doesn't appear on any album but the 'Join the Dots' B-Sides collection, and is my FAVORITE Cure song of all time. It almost moves that compilation to the top, even though some of it isn't that good. Actually, the first disc is about 80% great. 'Mr. Pink Eyes,' a b-side from 'The Top,' is another favorite of mine.

The list, overall, is a little inaccurate too, because it probably varies from day to day. For example, today I've been rocking 'Bloodflowers' nonstop, and haven't even given a thought to 'Kiss Me x3.' Oh well.

Pretty soon here, I'm gonna post a collection of lo-fi Cure covers that myself and the Coma Nova folk have been putting together. Some are pretty straightforward, others not so much.

Now go out there and give your entire paycheck to Robert Smith in exchange for these wonderful albums.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Films 1

Well, if you haven't guessed from past posts (i.e. this Halloween one), I am just as into movies (good ones) as I am to music. And, if you could guess from the content of this site, most of the movies I watch are out-of-the-ordinary in some way...mostly because ordinary stuff is pretty boring. I hope that doesn't sound 'pretentious,' because I love 'Airheads' just as much as I love 'Gummo.'

Anyhow, here are a few films I've watched recently (some old and some new) that I thought were worth mentioning.
Cemetery Man (1994)
REALLY odd film I watched accidentally when trying to find a good horror film on the night of Halloween. It's actually a whole lot more than that. There are elements of comedy, romance, satire, drama, and surrealism as well. Plus, it's just a damn good story. A caretaker at a cemetery and his basically-mute sidekick have to 'kill' the dead, who awake after 7 days of being in the ground. Along the way, he meets the love of his life (several times) and kills her each time.
Trash Humpers (2009)
Newest 'film' from Harmony Korine, who brought us 'Gummo' (awesome) and the screenplay for 'Kids' (hated it). I always give this fella a chance because a) he's almost certainly batshit crazy and b) 'Gummo' was such a fucked-up and cool movie. This one, while not nearly as cool as that, is still pretty badass. Basically a 'home video'-type film that features a bunch of broken segments of some elderly people fucking shit up and talking smack to each other and young kids. I'm not really sure what the underlying message is, but it looks like Harmony and co. had fun making this, and there are some really creepy and disturbing scenes.The Dark Backward (1991)
Dunno how I never heard of this one before. It's the writer/director of 'Detroit Rock City' (although it's nothing like that film) and it features Bill Paxton and Judd Nelson. It's about two garbage men, one a horrible stand up comic and the other a pushy weirdo with an accordion, and their trials and tribulations on the way to stardom (including a number of fat women and an arm growing out of Judd Nelson's back). Weird weird weird, fucking weird. But good.

I'll post some more of these probably.

Society's Fault - Episode 20

...oops...totally fell asleep and missed Forte. Hopefully that's not a big deal since it's the 'holiday weekend' and all...HOWEVER, brand new Society's Fault podcast HERE.

Playlist below. It was a good 'un, with a great 'punk point-counterpoint' section that featured racist, anti-racist, pro-drug, anti-drug, pro-violence and anti-violence tunes from a variety of groups.

Hawkwind - Space is Deep
Stooges - Gimme Danger
Kenneth Higney - Rock Star
Captain Beefheart - She's Too Much for My Mirror
Abner Jay - Cocaine Blues
Edgar Broughton Band - The House of Turnabout
Pink Floyd - One of These Days

(punk rock point-counterpoint section)
Simpletones - I Like Drugs
Minor Threat - Straight Edge

Skrewdriver - White Power
MDC - Nazis Shouldn't Drive

The Damned - Born to Kill
Operation Ivy - Vulnerability

Meatmen - TSOL are Sissies
TSOL - Sounds of Laughter

Bad Religion - Blenderhead (request)
Black Flag - My War
Pansy Division - Femme in a Black Leather Jacket
Bikini Kill - Rebel Girl
Team Dresch - Fagetarian and Dyke
The Soft Boys - I Wanna Destroy You
Wipers - Insane

Embrace - Dance of Days
Squeeze - Cool for Cats
Archers of Loaf - Wrong
Feelies - Moscow Nights
The Cure - Birdmad Girl
Guided by Voices - Game of Pricks
Nine Inch Nails - Head like a Hole
Dinosaur Jr - No Bones
The Cure - The Walk
The Slits - Difficult Fun

That's about it...obviously no Forte podcast or playlist for this week. Oh well. That means EXTRA-new music next week!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Society's Fault - Episode 19

Yep...this stuff's going up here now. For previous playlists (those actually chronicled---we kind of stopped doing that after a bit) you can check here. We put up a few albums for download, too. For those that don't know, I co-host this show under the name 'Rotweiler' (I know it's spelled wrong) with my friend Jake, who plays in Coma Nova with me. We have separated this show into three sections: One focusing on proto punk, one on punk, and one on post-punk (late 70's to early 90's). It's basically a punk rock history lesson. Plus, it allows me to play a lot of the weird shit that I played on Obscuro. The show has been a hit thus far (although sometimes it feels like the Mr. Show sketch where the guy has the most complicated call-in show ever..) and we have a good time at it. Mostly, we just fuck around. So, here's the playlist from this past week's show:

Blue Cheer - Summertime Blues
Randy Holden - Guitar Song
Fifty Foot Hose - If Not This Time
The Beat of the Earth - This is an Artistic Statement Pt. II
Speed, Glue and Shinki - Wanna Take You Home
The Birthday Party - Hamlet Pow Pow Pow
The Shaggs - My Pal Foot Foot

Detention - Dead Rock and Rollers
Ramones - Locket Love
Dead Kennedys - Ill in the Head
Patti Smith Group - 25th Floor
Chrome - Monitors
Didjits - Momma Had a Skull Baby
Mission of Burma - Academy Fight Song
The Cure - 10:15 on a Saturday Night
The Cure - Accuracy
The Cure - Grinding Halt
The Cure - Another Day
Operation Ivy - The Crowd (request)
Operation Ivy - Bombshell (request)

Quicksand - Thorn in My Side
Christian Death - When I was Bed
Swans - Stay Here
Echo and the Bunnymen - Villiers Terrace
Modest Mouse - Interstate 8
Lazy - Stella Drye
The Cure - All I Want
Slint - Darlene

...yeah...we like The Cure a lot. You think that's bad? Have a listen to the prior week's podcast.

Or just listen to them all by clicking here.

Forte 7, half of a half-assed show

The podcast stuff messed up again, so there's only about half of this show, but it's HERE and it might be mono too...dunno. Lots of stuff from new releases, and also lots of classic thrash-type stuff. I heard this record called 'The Bad Wife' by Julie Christmas that just came out and decided it was really cool, so I played a metallic cut from that and some songs from her other projects (Battle of Mice, Made Out of Babies) which also feature peoples from Dillinger Escape Plan and Neurosis. Good stuff. That's the crazy-looking lady in the picture above. Here's the trax:

Buzzov-en - Useless
Bathory - The Golden Walls of Heaven
Exemption - Hyperspiral
Burzum - Snu Mikrokosmos Tegn
Southgang - Shoot Me Down (request)
Battle of Mice - At the Base of the Giant's Throat
Cancer - Into the Acid
Amorphis - Drowned Maid
Julie Christmas - Bow
Mael Mordha - Godless Commune of Sodom
Human Filleted - Blunt Force Embludgeonment
Funeral - Taarene
Carcass - Excoriating Abdominal Emanation
Arts - I Am Ye Charged Black Candle Cursings
Helmet - Rude
Budgie - Homicidal Suicidal
Megadeth - Skull Beneath the Skin
Malveillance - Crispation
Malveillance - Hantise
Deathspell Omega - Abscission
Egypt - Queen of All Time (Red Giant)
Made Out of Babies - Grimace
Jabladav - Frozen Black Forest
Brutal Truth - I See Red

(the podcast probably stops somewhere around here)

Vegas Martyrs - Even Looking South
Biohazard - What Makes Us Tick?
Threat - Insane
Ensiferum - Smoking Ruins
Brujeria - Cruza la Frontera
Faith No More - Spirit
Nile - Kheftiu Asar Butchiu
Murmur - The Fall
Shrum - Generation Hate
Blood - Sangre

...I've got nothing else, although I think I'm going to start posting the playlists and podcast link to my other show Society's Fault here, too...

Monday, November 15, 2010

Bizarro Jerry's Kutout Bin Klassics, Vol. 5

As promised, here are BOTH albums by San Francisco-based grunge-punk group Protein. (I know I said in the last post that they were from Texas...they actually relocated to Texas and former lead man Josh Zee's new band is based there.) I would post the Wikipedia article here in link-form, but it's all of three sentences, so basically all we know about these guys is that they were all kicked out of the same high school at the same time and decided to start a band with their downtime. That's a pretty fitting beginning for dudes who've got lines like 'I walk by your house extra slow under my hood, it seems like it would be interesting to sneak in kill you, but I never would' and 'you can pray all the way to satan everyday, but I'll say I don't worship anything but me.'

As I said before, if people weren't such fucking idiots, these guys would have been the next Nirvana. You can argue that lead man Josh Zee isn't nearly the songwriter that Kurt Cobain was, but then listen to "Passing By" from the 2nd album, or "Duct Tape On My Hat" from the 1st. This guy isn't just a flashy guitarist with a bad attitude. It's really disappointing that, when their major label deal fell through, these guys disbanded, but Zee is in a not-half-bad country band (I hate country, but I can at least stand this stuff) called the Mother Truckers.

Obviously, I can't conclude this brief little review without mentioning that guitar. That fucking guitar. How many times did Josh Zee sit in his room playing along with his Van Halen records until he had the solos perfect? The world may never know, but this is a guy who loves his guitar. Imagine the mind-fuckingly original capabilities of Buckethead, but without the shitty music (Deli Creeps aside). It's like 'here's some great songs, and oh, by the way CRAAAAZY SOLO RIGHT IN YOUR FUCKING FACE.' I guarantee you'll never hear another band quite like this, and it's a shame that they've been relegated to cutout bin status (both of these albums are, as far as I can tell, out of print). The 2nd album has a little bit more country-twang and less blazing solos than the first, but it also has better production and (arguably) more mature songwriting.

Protein - 'Ever Since I Was a Kid'


1. My Blood
2. Obligations
3. Over My Head
4. Refrigerator
5. Maybe I Will
6. Slightly Bitch Philosopher Dream Chick Meets the Insecure Martian Prophet
7. What is #4?
8. Duct Tape on My Hat
9. In Half
10. I Own You
11. Roadrash
12. If I Were You


Protein - 'Songs About Cowgirls'


1. From Mercury to Texas
2. Lemonade
3. Over My Dead Body
4. Passing By
5. Sleeping on the Roof of a Mexican Restaurant
6. 40 Days and Nights
7. Intermission
8. I Waited in Glue
9. Drinking Song
10. Going to L.A.
11. Everything Good
12. Maybe the World Isn't Round
13. Transition


...oh, and...

other Kutout Bin Klassics:

Vol. 1
Vol. 2
Vol. 3
Vol. 4

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Protein teaser...

I meant to bring my CD's by this band today so I could upload them, but I guess I won't be able to until the meantime, here's the only promo video Protein ever shot:

To me, this is what Nirvana would have been like, had Kurt embraced his redneck upbringings and grew up trying to learn Van Halen solos note for note instead of trying to butt fuck the Melvins. Not saying that's a bad thing, but that's just what it sounds like. Totally over-the-top guitar wizardry, alternately creepy and hilarious lyrics, and catchy grunge-punk tunes. I love 'em, and apparently both of their albums are out of print (and, to my knowledge, have not been posted ANYWHERE on the internet yet) so you can expect them here momentarily.

Forte 6, new stuff by Electric Wizard, Atheist and Ghost

Normally I don't get really excited about new releases because most music that comes out sucks, but the last couple weeks were an exception. So, I played 4 cuts from 3 new releases I thought kicked some serious ass.

You can see my review of Electric Wizard's 'Black Masses' in the post previous to this one. Besides that, I played 4 cuts from Atheist's new (released on the 8th) album 'Jupiter,' their first since 93(?)'s 'Elements' (which wasn't all that great.) THIS one, however, finds the return of the Atheist from the classic 'Unquestionable Presence,' with more emphasis on the vocal stylings of Kelly Schafer (who is now just a vocalist, instead of guitarist and vocalist...he's got carpal tunnels.) There aren't any 'new' sounding effects or production techniques (like on the new Cynic album), which I really appreciate because I hate that shit.

Also, I played 4 cuts from Ghost's debut release, 'Opus Eponymous.' This isn't the same Japanese Ghost that plays psychedelic rock, obviously. This is a bunch of mysteriously unknown black metal guys from Scandinavia (maybe the fellas in Repugnance? Who knows...) who play, what sounds to me, like ELO doing the vocals for tunes played by Cathedral that King Diamond wrote. Huh? Odd, melodic, over-the-top satanic, and HEAVY rock music. I like it a lot.

So, that stuff made up the bulk of this week's playlist, and you can download the podcast here.


Black Hole - Demoniac City

Anaal Nathrakh - I am the Wrath of Gods and the Desolation of the Earth Music

from Electric Wizard's 'Black Masses':
The Nightchild

Satyr IX

Venus in Furs

Turn Off Your Mind

Gomorha - Malefice (In Memory of the Dead)

Cyanide - Haunted

Control Denied - Breaking the Broken
(New from Relapse)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Nobody Weird Like Me

Humanfly - Stew for the Murder Minded

from Atheist's 'Jupiter':
Fictitious Glide

Third Person

Live and Live Again

Tortoise the Titan

Autopsy Torment - Blasphemy Priest

Darkthrone - Skald Av Satans Sol

Cough - Crooked Spine
(New from Relapse)
Soil - Broken Wings

Eternal Frost - Awaiting thy Infernal Horde

Death Vomit - Death Vomit

from Ghost's 'Opus Eponymous':


Stand By Him

Con Clavi Con Dio

GWAR - Death Pod

Dataclast - Disgorged

Kinghorse - As I Stand


Deceased - A Witness to Suspiria

Banished - Skinned

Ministry - Burning Inside

Skrew - Indestructible

...all sortsa good stuff. I've got downloads coming soon, too.


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Album Review - Electric Wizard's "Black Masses"

I love Electric Wizard...they're just so hateful, and so slow. Any record by them is the ultimate 'put it on and watch everybody in the room take a step back' album. I blew out 2 separate sets of speakers with 'Dopethrone' a few years back. Jesus, what a loud fucking band. So, last week, their brand new record 'Black Masses' appears completely without my knowledge. I don't really keep up with shit like that. I did recently get into their last album 'Witchcult Today' (2007) which some people said was 'too poppy' for the Wiz. When it came out, I was just discovering 'Dopethrone' (2000) so I was kind of behind the times. If 'Witchcult Today' was a little more 'commercial' sounding (it really isn't...just more actual 'songs' and upbeat tempos) then 'Black Masses' is a big ol' 'fuck you up the ass' to anybody who doubted these guys (and girl.)

My immediate reaction on hearing this was 'are the drums supposed to sound like that?' (Yeah, I DID download the album...but that's because I don't buy anything without making 100% sure it's worth my money. This one definitely is.) The answer is, of course. While the Wizard is notorious for using analog gear and vintage amps to make their records, this is the first one that really COULD have come from a time warp. It sounds like they sought out microphones they knew Blue Cheer had fucked up back in the 60's. The drums are COMPLETELY buried by everything else, and the whole thing is distorted to high hell. This is a good thing.

The second thing I noticed is that the second track on the album is called 'Venus in Furs' but isn't a cover of the VU song. This is blasphemy to most hipsters. I hate hipsters, and I really don't like VU much either. Lou Reed is kind of a tool. Plus, that song is boring and this one kicks ass. This is probably one of the best Electric Wizard songs of all time. The vocals are totally fucked, and it sounds like Jus Osborn is trying really hard to sound as evil as possible on this record (something I didn't get from 'Let us Prey'....not their finest moment). Probably because he's tired of hippies being at his shows. Yeah, the Wizard smokes a TON of weed, but no, they don't love everybody (or anybody, for that matter.) Basically, this is the Wizard I loved from nihilistic rants like 'Funeralopolis.'

Another thing (from looking over the lyrics)....Electric Wizard doesn't swear at all anymore, really. This means that you can play ALL their songs on the radio! It was never a huge part of their style anyhow, but I do miss lines like "I hope this fucking world fucking burns away."

These tunes are also really catchy, in the way that 'Dunwich' from their last record was. I hesitate to say 'pop-doom,' but...Let's just say that these guys have realized that they can write songs that have chorus and still beat the shit out of you. Honestly, this stuff can't even really be compared to the classics like 'Come My Fanatics' because it's completely different. The Wizard totally knows how to do a different album every time while still maintaining the important part of their sound (the loudness and lowness)...this is an excellent way to NEVER get bad reviews (unless someone just doesn't like them overall).

Shit, I just hit 'Satyr IX.' This track is slooooooooowwwwww. Hahaha, and I totally just heard the drummer click a stick by accident. That's how you know it's a good's 2010 and these guys don't give a fuck about making mistakes. The average 'modern' band sounds a little too perfect for my taste. Who knew Jus had a singing range like this, either? The ending to this track ('Satyr IX') is totally fucked, too.

I'm really digging the classic Sabbath-style vocal effects on this record. They really went over-the-top with the retro stuff this time around. Holy Fuck: 'Turn Off Your Mind' is a GREAT song. This might be even better than 'Venus in Furs.' Woah. Now there's a really creepy talking break. This album is a lot more 'interesting' than the classic Wizard sound where not much happens, but you like everything that DOES happen. I think they totally borrowed this riff in the second half of the song from somewhere but I can't place it......

OH FUCK, it's the Butthole Surfers...'100 Million People Dead' or whatever it's called. I'm guessing they probably didn't steal from them, but who knows?

Damn, there's a 'fucking' at the end of 'Scorpio Curse.' Too bad, it's a good 'un.

This last instrumental jam 'Crypt of Drugula' is interesting. Not something I'd listen to everytime I put the album on, but not a waste of space either. It's definitely creepy.

There you have it. Now go buy it from Rise Above.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Forte 5, another kind-of-fucked podcast

Damn, lots of problems in WIDR world...first the podcast computer's hard drive was full, then the podcasts were sounding fuzzy. It's kind of frustrating, but that's what happens when you use equipment from the 70's (that hasn't been fixed since then either, probably). So, the first 40 minutes of this show sound kind of shitty, but I guess that's alright since I played a lot of lo-fi stuff anyhow. I think by the time it gets into Pig Destroyer's 40-minute sludge track 'Natasha,' everything is sounding fine.


Horrors of the Black Museum - Dead Men Shed No Tears
Ed Gein - A Way to Kill Old People

The Rigor Mortis - Chopped Children

Mana Mana - Maria Magdalena

Funeral - Yearning for Heaven
Skepticism - By Silent Wings
Deep Purple - Pictures of Home

Mordred - Super Freak

Pig Destroyer - Natasha

Gorgoroth - Gorgoroth

Al-Namrood - Seher Aswad

Witchfinder General - Free Country

Fear Factory - Scapegoat

Extreme Noise Terror - Take the Strain

Acrimony - The Bud Song

Lutefisk - Funky Music
Putrefied Beauty - Gorewar

Candlemass - Incarnation of Evil
Skagos - Blossoms will Sprout from the Carcass

Saint Vitus - Dragon Time

Jane's Addiction - Ocean Size
Fecal Party - Born in Gore
Kaoteon - Decrepitude

Bile - In League

...And Oceans - Tears Have No Name
Godflesh - Spite

As you can see, I played a mini-set of industrial metal at the end, to make way for After Hours ADPAPAM, WIDR's show for all things industrial. I like transitions, fuckers. More Frogs stuff, maybe?? I don't know. We'll see. I'm sick, so fuck doing anything right now. Enjoy the show, if you didn't when it was on.

Monday, November 1, 2010

The Frogs - 'CBGayB's 1989'

If you don't like The Frogs or don't think they're funny, then you're a fucking dingus. This is a live recording from (as the title would indicate) CBGB's in the year of 1989 (aka prime Frog years.) Best known as 'that band that Billy Corgan likes,' these guys have been knocking off improv songs (with overdubbed improv lyrics) about being gay, being straight, being murderers, being pedophiles, being black, being KKK members, and basically anything else that is ripe for parody since the early 80's. Starting off as something of a goth-punk band, they quickly abandoned the idea of a show-playing 'real' band in favor of (I'm assuming) doing lots of drugs and fucking around in their house.

And yes, Billy Corgan DOES love them too. He's brought them on numerous tours with the Pumpkins, and even produced their EP 'Starjob' (playing guitar here and there as well.) Although, he apparently doesn't love them enough to have them play at the right time...I went to see the Pumpkins a couple years back on a reunion tour and I paid like 50 bucks for a ticket. Not because I love the Pumpkins (they're alright) but because The Frogs were to be the opening act. However, they played BEFORE the start-time of the show listed on the ticket for some reason, and I missed them (because who shows up 3 hours early to a concert?) Fuck you, Billy Corgan. I will never forgive you for that.

Artist: The Frogs
Title: (Live at) 'CBGayB's 1989'
Year: Duh....1989

1. Introduction
2. Someone's Pinning Me to the Ground
3. These are the Finest Queen Boys (I've Ever Seen)
4. Adam and Steve
5. (Thank God I Died) in the Car Crash
6. I've Got Drugs (Out of the Mist)
7. I Don't Care if U Disrespect Me (Just so You Love Me)
8. Been a Month Since I had a Man
9. Homos
10. Lifeguard of Love
11. Man Man Man
12. The Benefits of AIDS
13. Hot Cock Annie
14. Richard Dick Richards
15. Boys with the Boys
16. God is Gay
17. Fuck Off
18. Baby Greaser George
19. Free Bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
20. The Pretender (Jackson Browne)


Maybe I'll just post all The Frogs' stuff here. It's all good. I've got it all, too...including the cassettes where most of the tracks on their actual releases came from, and the unreleased album 'Racially Yours' (initially deemed too offensive even for them.) What cool fuckin' dudes the Flemion brothers must be.