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    Wednesday, 09 July 2008


    Barbeque music from hell - Steve Albini

    Bonemen of Barumba were a unique punk/gothic punk band from the early 80s. They released three records during their lifetime and played at the 2005 O'Banions reunion, though Mark Panick was the only original member. They also made a video (very rare for the bands of that era) and even made a float and participated in a parade in Villa Park. Though not as popular as many of their early 80s contemporaries, Bonemen of Barumba were well-respected for their unique sound and artistic/visual approach to their music.
    Bonemen got their start with Mark and Tom, two fans of Super-8 artfilm, decided to form a band after a field trip to New Orleans. Shortly after, they built a Bonemen-themed float out of a 1964 Mercury station-wagon for the Villa Park 4th of July parade. Shortly after the release of the debut LP for Fever, internal tensions within the band forced the breakup. (from punkdatabase.com) ... Read more »
    Category: Alternative/Punk | Views: 4174 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 09 July 2008 | Rating: 4.5/2

    Wednesday, 09 July 2008


    'We’re Late For Class' Jams With Jim Morrison

    Via a medium, stoner college  jam band We’re Late For Class performed a 14 minute improvisational space jam along with the disembodied voice of Jim Morrison, the late singer of The Doors.

    “Why not!?,” said a We’re Late For Class spokesman. “It's cheaper than a living singer, what with classified ads, lodging and alcohol... and besides, you know how lead singers are to deal with.”

    It’s entitled The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes and is their 30th. It’s available for free at the band’s blog, http://werelateforclass.blogspot.com

    “So you don't think this is just something we slapped together with old recordings and ProTools... (you can hear) the engineer ask Jim for the ‘post-death stuff... the stuff without copyrights,’” the spokesman persisted. “In the end,” he said, ”it went smoother than our Screamin' Jay Hawkins seance.”

    The free download also includes a 14 minute instrumental version for those that don’t ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 1718 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 09 July 2008 | Rating: 5.0/1


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