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« Reply #20 on: March 21, 2014, 02:39:52 AM »
That SOBER tune I know very well, thanks Davey.

Listening to this tonight

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« Reply #21 on: March 21, 2014, 03:01:52 AM »
Austin Texas, gotta love the tower in the background, hook em horns!!  Good tune by a two man crew...



Son Song with Sean Lennon



A Jack Black sighting with Senor Grohl

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Re: Colonel_Mexico likes weird music
« Reply #22 on: March 25, 2014, 04:43:55 AM »
The Alternative Tentacles record label (started by Jello Biafra, former lead singer of the Dead Kennedy's) has a podcast (Alternative Tentacles Batcast) that is released occasionally. The most recent one featured a band called Ultra Bide, I thought you might be interested Colonel. This song has a bit of a feel of the early/mid 1990's North Caroline sound mixed in.



Some other stuff.

The Nation of Ulysses - Shakedown


Melvins - Charmicarmicat


One of the bands I remember from the North Caroline sound is Sex Police, here is the track Hurricane


Earlier I mentioned the album Crack in the Sun or Fade in the Shade. Here are a few of my favourites.

Guttersnipes - Pyromania


Head Ache - Stanley (can you spot where the vocal clip comes from?)


Nursery Crimes - Haywire

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Re: Colonel_Mexico likes weird music
« Reply #23 on: March 25, 2014, 03:17:55 PM »
Ultra Bide- Not bad, I love how it takes a bunch of different directions, and around the 4 and half minute part sounds a lot like At The Drive In, which I love, so was pretty cool tune.  Not sure if i was entirely in love with it, but enjoyed the heaviness of it.

The Nation of Ulysses- Yeah this I dig!  Will have to explore more, thanks for this one.  In the album cover pic he looks like a preppy thinner Henry Rollins lol.

Melvins- Classic!  Can't go wrong with them, did you know Shirley Temple's daughter played in the band for a time?  Interesting side note.

Sex Police- A little too weird/poppy for me, though the bass player was jamming some Flea like riffs there that were pretty cool.  I also loved the two horn players, both solid solos.  Though I wonder why the drummer was dressed as Gilligan lol  I imagine you probably like the Talking Heads if you like these guys? 

Guttersnipes- Oh yeah sort of Rancid-ish with cool bridges.  Digging this.

Head Ache- Stanley isn't bad at all, tough going punk, like this.  I'm guessing it's Andrew Dice Clay, but have no idea the film or show the quote is from. 

Nursery Crimes- Ah yeah love that intro guitar riff!  Another jam that is right up my alley.

Thanks for these Davey, I'm going to definitely find that Nation of Ulysses and Crack in the Sun or Fade in the Shade albums, these I would like to be able to give a spin while I'm cruising. 
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« Reply #24 on: March 26, 2014, 12:00:16 AM »
Tonight for a window of about 4 hours I was afraid for my brother who was working with the Master At Arms/Security Forces at Norfolk Naval Station last night, there was a shooting and a sailor was killed.  My brother was there, but he is safe and I was thinking of all the other troops who still serve and are out there tonight.  A song from my time and to the fallen sailor my thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.

3 Doors Down



For my cousin Reyes and all the other Marines out there get some! Semper Fidelis!

Mudvayne



The lone Air Force video with these guys I could find, when I was in it was Aim High! My cousin Anthony salud brother!

Coheed and Cambria



Army guys are always good in a pinch, to my cousin Albert stay strong, safer there then in Fort Worth still watching for your house on that episode of Cops lol

Chevelle



Navy guys don't play around either, to my little brother good on you Sailor.

Godsmack



Sorry, I just couldn't help myself tonight, tough songs for tough men.  As always salud and damn few!
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« Reply #25 on: March 26, 2014, 02:05:10 AM »
I didn't post a Coast Guard one and a friend reminded me about them, this song is great, the film it's from is pretty cool and man these guys really do train as soldiers and get the least of all acknowledgement, much respect to the Coasties!

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« Reply #26 on: March 27, 2014, 04:30:44 AM »
Melvins- Classic!  Can't go wrong with them, did you know Shirley Temple's daughter played in the band for a time?  Interesting side note.
I did not know that, a nice bit of trivia.

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Sex Police- A little too weird/poppy for me, though the bass player was jamming some Flea like riffs there that were pretty cool.  I also loved the two horn players, both solid solos.  Though I wonder why the drummer was dressed as Gilligan lol  I imagine you probably like the Talking Heads if you like these guys? 
Yes I do like Talking Heads

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Guttersnipes- Oh yeah sort of Rancid-ish with cool bridges.  Digging this.
<Here is a bit of pedantic nit-picking>Agreed, although based on timelines, more Operation Ivy-ish (the precursor band to Rancid).</nitpick>

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Head Ache- Stanley isn't bad at all, tough going punk, like this.  I'm guessing it's Andrew Dice Clay, but have no idea the film or show the quote is from. 
Correct on the ADC, it is from The Adventures of Ford Fairlane

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Nursery Crimes- Ah yeah love that intro guitar riff!  Another jam that is right up my alley.

These bands all are from the same period:

The Hard-Ons
Where Did She Come From


Cosmic Psychos
Hard to pick just 1 track, but here is my favourite
Lost Cause


Meanies
Paranoid
Not a great recording


And for some thrashing fun, the one, the only, Jello Biafra and his collaboration with Lard
Lard
Can God Fill Teeth

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Thanks for these Davey, I'm going to definitely find that Nation of Ulysses and Crack in the Sun or Fade in the Shade albums, these I would like to be able to give a spin while I'm cruising.
Glad you liked them (well most of them).

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Re: Colonel_Mexico likes weird music
« Reply #27 on: March 31, 2014, 01:56:22 AM »
The Hard Ons- Very neat is the best word I could think of, I love the riff and it's a cool little tune.  Love the lyrics too.

Cosmic Psychos- My friend Darrell would love these dudes, I will definitely see if he knows about these guys.

Meanies- It reminde me of the tune below dont know why exactly lol, not bad at all also love the pre-Maynard look of the singer lol.



Lard- Hmm ok, interesting :)

Thanks again Davy, love to hear all this stuff!!
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« Reply #28 on: March 31, 2014, 02:11:04 AM »
Well, the old Colonel is jamming out tonight so here we go....



For Danny, you hated this band forget you, still think of you @sshole



Nick Cave always good



Saw Oldkids song in Sandy's thread and made me think of this one, hardships of the boating life, I love this tune


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Re: Colonel_Mexico likes weird music
« Reply #29 on: April 01, 2014, 06:14:45 AM »
Hard to go wrong with Nick Cave.

Here is another track for your ears.

Non-intentional Lifeform - 6 O'clock Headshot

 

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