Can't Stand Ya!, 2013) Lo Fi assault and a-pepper...and in spicy and tasty. And hot. So maybe red pepper. And dulls your tongue after a while. Not maybe cocaine, as well.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Burger, 1984/2016) So wild that my inner child smiled (he is a masochist and this record beat the shot out of him, thus the smiling).
Posted by Roctober Productions at 9:04 PM
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
2013) This both legendary and obscure 70s punk band released a new album in the 21st century with a new sense of maturity, as this is an album so refined, sophisticated, and cerebral that they pasted a dense bush of pubic hair to the cover (a scathing critique of Warhol's most notorious graphic design project, clearly). Also they think goofing about pussies, gay bars, and jacking off is fucking funny. And if you are dumb enough, and I mean gloriously, intentionally, brilliantly dumb, it is pretty funny. I suspect some of these songs were written back in their heyday, as there are two tunes about the disco craze (one including a premise involving a would be mass shooter, which even they may not have written in this era, and one a Bee Gees parody), but who cares how moldy these oldies are, they are as hysterical as they are historical. If punk had stayed this ridiculous we all would be better off, Danzig would be a lot be happier, and every album would have pubes!
Posted by Roctober Productions at 2:52 AM
Sunday, January 5, 2020
Munster) These rare sometimes satirical late seventies tracks were made by a band that was not so much UK post punk as they were side punk, as if they were standing next to the other bands and goofing on them, with humor that runs from dry wit to hints of Monty Python. Ed Ball (Television Personalities) had a ball here with his mates, and now you can too!
Posted by Roctober Productions at 5:04 AM
Saturday, January 4, 2020
* based mainly on them saying "asshole" in as nerdy a cool guy voice imaginable, a la "Pablo Picasso."
Posted by Roctober Productions at 11:19 AM