Tough Fuckin' Shit Board's Phone Machine Out For Blood I Wanna Eat You Out Consisting mainly of then-out-of-print recordings by Allin with his previous backing groups The Jabbers, The Scumfucs, and The Cedar Street Sluts, Hated In The Nation became Allin's first widespread international release; as such, since it is both a compilation intended to both document Allin's recording career to that time, and to attract new fans to Allin's work, it is the only GG Allin title that Young Little Meat - GG Allin & The Murder Junkies - Hated (CD) never gone out of print and, according to his official website, is also the most popular item in GG's discography.
Cooper wanted to do an all-live album with Allin, but at the time, Allin's appearances were already notorious for his stage antics which included attacking audience members, defecating onstage, and throwing his feces at the audience. The decision was made to compile tracks from Allin's back catalog much of which was already hard to come by at the time with new studio and live recordings that would be done in New York.
The backing band would later be collectively named on the sleeve note as "The New York Superscum". According to Board's liner notes for Allin's posthumous studio album Brutality and Bloodshed For AllAllin arrived at the studio carrying a big bottle of Jim Beam whisky that was already about seven-eights empty, and in a rather visibly disheveled condition from not having bathed or cut his hair in quite some time.
The recording session doubled as a rehearsal for the night's performance; at the beginning of one of the new recordings, Allin is heard giving an instruction to the band on how many times to play a particular song's introduction. The session didn't go completely without a hitch, however, as Allin reportedly broke one of the studio microphones by headbutting it and then, in Board's words, "tried to break the studio floor with his head.
Before the group's set began, Allin reportedly told Board, "It should be a good show tonight - I just ate an entire box of Ex-Lax. As a result, only two songs from the live performance, "Blood For You" and "Eat My Shit", were usable enough for the album.
Messages from Allin's answering machine also appear on the album, as does a message left by Allin on Board's own machine. First of all, this is now one of my favourite records of all time.
This comp. Many of the songs are influenced by classic rock especially the song "Gimmie Some Head". One of my favourites is the part where he discribes himself as he covers himself in shit.
Heck, this is for any person who likes punk rock. Album Upload: Via PM. Artists' Other Works: You can check all of them out. My Revenge 2. Dope Money 3. Be My Fuckin' Whore 4. Suck My Ass It Smells 5. Dog Shit 6. Wild Riding GG Allin 7. Sleeping in My Piss 8. Anti-Social Masterbator 9. Die When You Die Commit Suicide Caroline and Sue Cunt Sucking Cannibal Family GG Allin At the time, Allin had been prohibited from performing as a musician in Boston since around the time his first backing band, The Jabbers, were coming to the end of their run.
Since the rushed recording and release of You Give Love a Bad Name the previous year, Allin had been in the recording studio only one other time, recording four songs with himself playing all of the instruments, aided only by a few people who happened to be at the recording session adding backing vocals. With Psycho's bassist Ed Lynch in tow, Allin and the band -- renamed Bulge by Allin for the album -- rehearsed and recorded thirteen new songs for Allin's next album.
Another former member of Psycho, Bill Normal, also became involved with the album, pinch-hitting for Lynch on four of the tracks and playing some delibrately atonal synthesiser on the cut "Crash and Burn". When the "Illegitimate Kids" tape suddenly came to light, Allin decided to "steal back" the recordings which he owned to begin with and append the four recordings to the album.
Also for reasons unknown, Normal's contributions as bassist weren't listed on the album, while his keyboard work on "Crash and Burn" was credited to him under the pseudonymn "Dork". Allin was starting to get into poetry and spoken word performances - albeit in his own style - and decided to frame the opening and closing of the album with two pieces.
Where Will You Be? Since When Listen 3. Nothing To Give Listen 4. Caved In feat. Cee-Lo Green Listen 5. Hourglass Listen 6. Beautiful Girl Listen 7. Inhale Interlude 8. Brain Cell Listen 9. America Loves Gangsters feat. Tim Means Never Know Why feat. Immortal Technique The Gates feat. Tonedeff Listen Damnation Interlude Hellfire Listen Remember Me Abstract Reality What'll You Do? Listen The Light feat.
Review: Since When is the first song in this album. One of the first songs, that the Lynguists show they are amazing. The whole song, I think, is based on how the South is losing its production of rappers in the scene and that no one can survive with being there selves. They have to be someone else in order to survive. This song has a sick chorus, "Since when did the South get pinned in the drought" Caved in - Featuring Cee Lois one of my top favorites in the album.
They beats and lyrics are superb in here. I used to think Cee Lo, stunk but realized that he adds some feeling in this song defintely worth a listen. Immortal Techinque -- Techinque makes an apperance and he does what he is best at raping at lyrics.
Techinque goes all over the map but his rap mainly shows how the past and new are very different and people shouldn't be always doing the samethings. Don't worry, if the beginning of this song freaks you out. Its only for a few seconds and than the song begins. The Gates featuring Tonedeff Sorry about that. I had never heard of him but He throws a monotone rap and than gets emotional and the beats stroll in.
The song, I think, is based on how the character of Tonedeff has died and meets the Judgement of God and he gets turned down for his racist ways. You'll understand in the song. Its a great story and more songs have to follow this lead. Buskuv The thing which Solomon overlooked Retired Staff. I think this is bump worthy, and if Emosauce can do it, so can you! Ashes 2. Out of mind 3. Tiny streams 4. Into the everflow 5.
Little people 6. Hanging on a string 7. Freakshow 8. However, after only a few years, a disheartening trend of copy cat bands, mainly in the vain of Dream Theater, became prevelant. Psychotic Waltz was one the bands that successfully broke free of those restrictions, but unfortunately, were doomed to obscurity, even among the prog fans. Psychotic Waltz's sophomore release, recorded in '91 and released in '92 shows a tighter level of musicianship from the freshman release A Social Grace.
They also begin to show more of their progressive rock influences in this album as well. Review My fanboyism could possibly negate everything I say about the album, but I think it will speak for itself when you hear it. Psychotic Waltz are top notch musicians, who brought innovation and a little insanity to their music, and did it beautifully. From the opening track Ashesthe eerie synths bring you in, and then the fun really begins.
Devin Graves' voice Known then as Buddy Lackey is extremely versatile in it's own right, in that it can sound melancholy and morbid, and switch to emotional and angry, to even a bit maniacal, all of which fit wonderfully into the music.
Tiny Streams begins with a few seconds of the base drum, and then begins into is psychadelic guitars, with Graves' vocals adding to the feel of the song. The next highlight Again, this may be my fanboy self, but I don't believe there are weak tracks on this album, only major highlightsthe title track, Into the Everflowis quite the piece of music, coming in at just over 8 minutes, it is another highlight of the album.
The next highlight, Freakshowone of my personal favorites, begins with some interesting guitar work, before sending you into Graves' enchanting and somewhat unnerving vocals.
And for the final highlight, I give you Butterfly. This song varies along it's length, without becoming a jumble, including some nice, funky bass lines, tribal drums, swirling piano, and some funny sounding vocals, this is a truly a wonderul track.
As for the lyrics, well, your guess is as good as mine. They are incredibly cryptic, and again, somewhat silly at times. Album Upload Already been pimped, but I'm not sure the reception was too gread. Oh shit glad to see this is still around. I loved doing these entrees. I'm gonna do some soon again promise. Juanita Tequila Young Little Meat - GG Allin & The Murder Junkies - Hated (CD) Menopausal. Stranger 2. Dignity 3. With Love 4. Danger 5. Gypsy Woman 6.
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