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    I gave California a listen for the first time a few days ago, and it's bonkers, but in the best way possible. It's such an awesome record! I've been a fan of FNM for ages, but I've only just recently started to check out some of Mike's other projects.

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    "California" is among my Top 5 Patton albums (of all his projects...)
    I like all the Bungle albums, but "California" is something else..
    Last edited by henryeatscereal; 08-14-2017 at 08:41 AM. Reason: typo

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    None of Them Knew They Were Robots and Ars Moriendi are fantastically wacky songs. Sweet Charity is one of the best Patton songs ever too, I think. I really like how the album is melodic, cacophonous, strange and catchy all at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acrid avid jam shred View Post
    None of Them Knew They Were Robots and Ars Moriendi are fantastically wacky songs. Sweet Charity is one of the best Patton songs ever too, I think. I really like how the album is melodic, cacophonous, strange and catchy all at once.
    "Pink Cigarette" is also an awesome tune; love that strange ending!


    My Top 5 favorite "Patton Albums" (no particular order):

    - Faith No More "Angel Dust"
    - Tomahawk "Mit Gas"
    - Fantomas "The Director's Cut"
    - Mr Bungle "California"
    - "Mondo Cane"

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    Awesome interview by Henry Rollins:


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    I just recently purchased an original vinyl pressing of Mr. Bungles' second album Disco Volante. That was probably the first experimental record I ever really got into, and significantly helped set the pace for all the weird music I would delve into thereafter.

    Just some absolutely warped shit going on within that record. There's a parallel groove on one of the sides that gives up a nifty hidden track in the middle of the album if you manually place the stylus on it. That was easily my favorite Patton period, when we got Angel Dust, King For a Day and Disco Volante all within a three-year span..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggroculture View Post
    He was skateboarding to the show and had a bad wipe out.

    http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/mik...y-l-a-tonight/

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    Quote Originally Posted by caca View Post
    Sorry to hear that. Always kind of felt sorry for him.

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    Pabst Blue Ribbon is supposed to have some sort of alternative Super Bowl Halftime show with Dead Cross streaming on their website later today.

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    Great performance by Dead Cross. Patton sits in on the wingmaking in the first segment, which is good. Second segment is the Hot Ones interview with MGK, which I thought was good but I also watch The Hot Ones every week. Third segment is a two song performance from MGK, which is auditory AIDS. Fourth is Dead Cross doing two songs. Lombardo is a cyborg.

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    New Dead Cross EP available today via Bandcamp, with a vinyl version coming in June, if you're into that.

    4 songs: 2 new, 2 remixes. Not bad.

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    I'm watching him live next Friday with "Dead Cross", i'm excited, first time i see a live show of him outside of FNM
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    Anyone here can help me out in acquiring a lossless copy of Peeping Tom's track "Preschool" from the Mojo CD single? Sadly, it doesn't seem for sale on any of the lossless digital music stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neorev View Post
    Anyone here can help me out in acquiring a lossless copy of Peeping Tom's track "Preschool" from the Mojo CD single? Sadly, it doesn't seem for sale on any of the lossless digital music stores.
    i've never even heard that song! is it a prequel to "kindergarten" by FNM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    i've never even heard that song! is it a prequel to "kindergarten" by FNM?
    lol, I only have an MP3 of it, but always wanted a lossless copy.

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    Felt sad reading the last interview with a FNM related question, where Mike said it's doubtful they will do any more but who knows. It just seemed to put a more negative spin on stuff, I'd have killed for them to have worked the Sol Invictus leftovers up and released more stuff, that album rocks.

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