Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 09:42:00 +0000
>I have to agree with Jens that the best curve material is from the first
>three EPs. Although, the song with the rap in it is pretty lame, the rest
>is by far superior to cuckoo or doppelganger. Songs like "die like a dog"
>and "the coast is clear" are amazing. also with pubic fruit you get the
>extended remix of "fait accompli" which is also great.
>anyone want to sell their later curve EPs? I am looking for horror head,
>fait, and blackerthreetrackertwo.
i have 'horror head'...it has three songs, 'horror head' and two live
tracks. my version is prcd0100 so it must be a promo. anyway, i never
listen to it, so if you are interested, email me. [email protected]
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 13:57:09 -0400
>The bus door opens and... the whole band deboards and begins walking
>towards us. Robin, Simon, Liz along with Lincoln, Mitsou and Mark
Mitsou is a no-talent slutty pop singer from Quebec. I suppose you meant to
write *Mitsuo*, as in Mitsuo Tate.
>As for the remnants of the band, I had heard a rumour many months ago that
>Toni was working with the former members of Xymox as a band called Bud.
>Does anyone know anything about this? And does anyone know anything about
>this group Scylla?
The Bud project fell apart and that is why Toni started Scylla, who have yet
to release anything apart from that song on the Showgirls soundtrack.
>Emiel Efdee (like: 'A-Meal F-Day')
Don't listen to him, folks. It's pronounced 'Deal-A-Meal'.
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 12:00:44 -0700
FORGOT the "NUG" ??????
how could you?
dont forget mad-donna, and all of those motown bands...
plus:(non musical) theodore roethke, arthur miller and of course
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 12:04:00 -0700
On Fri, 14 Jun 1996, dan k. wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Jun 1996, Jens Alfke wrote:
> > You forgot Detroit natives THE MC5 and THE STOOGES -- without whom punk
> > rock would never have existed -- plus TED NUGENT and BOB SEGER, dude! See
> > Lester Bangs' "Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung" for more peans to
> > the Motor City as the home of rock-n-roll.
> Nugent has been given preimminance on my list of
> persons michigan should disown; a list which includes
> the following as well:
> *gerald r. ford (warren commission stooge, nixon pardoner,
> onassis mafia puppet extrordinare)
> *anthony kedis (red hot chili pepper)
> *anthony kedis' dad, who works long and hard
> to keep grand rapids from fully realizing the
> music renaissance it is capable of.
> *henry ford
> *brownstone (stinky r&b group with a g.r. native as member)
> *the city of howell (midwestern kapital of the kkk)
> *the christian reformed church (headquartered in
> grand rapids. they nearly killed my spirit with
> *AMWAY!!!, and its megalomaniacal bosses De Vos
> and Van Andel. the christian right's bankroll.
> *coleman young
> *me (for public acts of disloyalty to this sovereign
of course you must be forgetting to disown FLINT, and the michigan
milita(hey, pass me another beer).
ps. if you dont agree with this, i dont know what to tell you...
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 15:54:18 -0400
On Fri, 14 Jun 1996, Jens Alfke wrote:
> hk reminds us:
> >Grand Funk Railroad
> >hails from Michigan, along with the J. Geils Band, Ed B. Chaffee, and the
> >mighty practitioners of post-post-pre-post-rock, Ohio.
> You forgot Detroit natives THE MC5 and THE STOOGES -- without whom punk
> rock would never have existed -- plus TED NUGENT and BOB SEGER, dude! See
> Lester Bangs' "Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung" for more peans to
> the Motor City as the home of rock-n-roll.
and twisted sister... the verve pipe (from my kzoo home)
..stevie wonder...madonna...manard keyes from tool is from manistee.
wait.. who started this??
---> [spiral] who is so michigan it hurts...
"something in the glue...."
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 19:04:01 -0400
>>The bus door opens and... the whole band deboards and begins walking
towards us. Robin, Simon, Liz along with Lincoln, Mitsou and Mark<<
Actually, it was Russell Fong. Lincoln's not on this tour.
Speaking of which, doth anyone know of any official releases by Critical
Mass, besides what was on one of the Doctor Death's compilations (Cest la
Mort)? Critical Mass were Lincoln Fong, Margaret from Moonshake/Laika, and
Andy from Stereolab.
There was also another track on that same compilation by another band that
featured some female vocalist, Russell and Lincoln. Can't remember the name.
Maybe Brant or Brandon know this one.
What else, besides Moose, have the brothers Fong been involved with?
Also, anyone know what became of the Veldt album Robin Guthrie produced that
never saw the light of day, because of Capitol backing out of a record deal?
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 1996 20:38:39 -0500
is the new jessamine out yet?
my kranky sheet says the end of may
but i haven't seen a mention anywhere.