Sieg Howdy

Sieg Howdy


Alternative Tentacles
~Jello Biafra & the Melvins
Vinyl

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Alternative Tentacles
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Official Release Date Oct 25, 2005
Artist Jello Biafra & the Melvins
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004858226
Item Code  0721616035018

track listing

1. Halo of Flies2. Lighter Side of Global Terrorism (extended Space-Melt Version)3. Lessons in What Not to Become4. Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)5. Kali-Fornia ER Alles 21st Century (live)6. Wholly Bun Bull7. Voted Off the Island8. Dawn of the Locusts (march of the Locusts Deadverse Remix)9. Enchanted Thoughtfist (enchanted Al Remix)10. Caped Crusader (subway Gas/Hello Kitty Mix)

description

Picking up where 2004's Never Breathe What You Can't See left off, Jello and the boys return with the same formulas and dynamics found on the aforementioned album, and they are still doing it better than most people half their age. Kicking things off with the Alice Cooper classic "Halo of Flies," things are still as humid and dirty as ever with the Melvins, keeping things dark and warm with a layer of Jello on top for an interesting contrast. The rants are as visceral as ever, highlighted by "Lessons in What Not to Become" and "Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)," where he ponders a world featuring "Malcolm in the Middle in the Misfits/or Mary-Kate and Ashley/Gary Coleman in Black Flag/Courtney in Nirvana at last/and Emmanuel Lewis back in action singing for the Germs." While he spins these humorous fantasies, he also chastises punk band reunions in the same song and remakes "California ber Alles," updating it for the 21st century using Arnold as the protagonist in place of Jerry Brown an interesting contradiction in every sense. Toward the end some interesting remixes by D lek and Al Jourgensen round things off nicely. Hopefully this isn't the last installment in this fascinating collaboration.

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SN: 222 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093