Friday, March 27, 2009

The Ultimate Warriors - Wrestling Is Our Gimmick

I asked for a ton of Ultimate Warriors stuff from all of you a little while ago, and a ton of people responded, sending me damn near their entire discography! Although, selfish me, I never shared any of it with you, or even thanked those folks that helped me out. Shit, I'm a selfish bastard, huh?

So, THANKS TO ALL OF YOU THAT HELPED ME OUT! I wouldn't have ever gotten some of this shit if it weren't for you. WHOO!

Now that the sentimental shit is done, this is one ripper of a powerviolence record. No artwork around, but that's how it is with a lot of the one knows, so no one scans. If you've never heard Ultimate Warriors before, think of any of the great powerviolence bands, namely Charles Bronson, Apathetic Ronald McDonald (AxRxMx), xBrainiax, bands in that direction. They had a hilarious obsession with Wrestling, and wore Luchadore masks while playing, capes, shit like that. Their music was full of surprises, like awesome mosh breakdowns, heavy metal guitar parts, grindcore riffs...things o' th' like. They were a great band with a great sense of humor, too. Now, instead of thinking about it, move your mouse over to that download link below, and left click.


1. Bring The Danger
2. Totally Toryumon!
3. In reference To Hardcore Kids
4. Teddy Ruxpin Moshed To Oblivion
5. Wrestling Praise
6. Stop Blocking Vmaas' Shots, Ugly
7. Knee Deep In Barbed Wire
8. Stoker I
9. The Warrior Scene Is In Shape
10. Song About Wrestling
11. The Only Good Mark...
12. Do You Think Sexism Is Wrong? Hey! So Do We!
13. Our Gimmick Is Wrestling
14. Barbs, Bulbs, and Homna
15. Nazareth Streetlight Workout
16. Death Of The Rebel
17. Test Press For Tino
18. Whitman Gives Me Diarrhea Face
19. I Object

Thursday, March 19, 2009

The Ed Kemper Trio - Hack(ed)

Look what I came across finally! Fuck yeah! This has to be one of the best rock albums in the past 10 years, easily. Raw, noisy indie rock out of Montgomery, Alabama. Nice album to "pot rock" to, heh. Evey song just gets so intense, it's crazy, I tell ya. Not quite as good as How to win a Swordfight, but it's a fucking close case. Favorite song is "My Pants, On Fire," but almost every song on here kicks just as hard. These guys have been a huge influence to me in my playing, so I'm glad as hell that I finally found this album, along with two others of theirs. I'll be posting those as time goes on, too, so get ready...


1. The Black List
2. Walks With A Limp
3. Post-Rock Reply
4. My Pants, On Fire
5. The Shoes of the Chief Justice's Wife...
6. ... Are Some Suck-Assed Slippers
7. A Big Time
8. The Art Of Not Listening
9. Horns And A Tail
10. Lower G.I. Joe
11. When It's Too Much
12. People Will Eat Anything
13. #7 Needs Title

Thursday, March 12, 2009

V/A Release the Bats: Tribute to the Birthday Party REQUEST

A fuckin' ripper of an album. Three One G put this gem out a year or two before the Queen tribute compilation. The difference between this and the Queen Tribute album, most people that are familiar with Three One G's entourage probably aren't very familiar with the band's songs being covered. Artwork on the album was done by Mark McCoy (Charles Bronson, Das Oath, Holy Molar) and of course good ol' Justin Pearson has his paws all over this shit, seein' as Three One G is his label.

Even still, this one is just as good (if not better; it's all in personal taste, I suppose) as the Queen Tribute, with bands such as Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower with their Swing Kids/jazzcore style, Das Oath with some interesting as usual hardcore, Cattle Decapitation doing a fucking hilarious song (watch the original by The Birthday Party on youtube, and you'll see why it's so funny) and Melt-Banana doing what they do best, which is rock the fucking place with their energetic J-Pop Punk Rock on speed. Also contributing is The Chinese Stars, Ex Models, Get Hustle, Daughters, and Some Girls; plus a ton that I've never heard of until this album.

P.S. The songs may or may not be in this particular order, but all the bands are labeled correctly in the file.


1. Pleasure Heads Must Burn (Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower)
2. Friend Catcher (Das Oath)
3. Deep In The Woods (T Cells)
4. Sonny's Burning (Cattle Decapitation)
5. Blundertown (Year Future)
6. Nick The Stripper (Ssion)
7. Mutiny In Heaven (Ex Models)
8. Riddle House (Les Georges Leningrad)
9. Mr. Clarinet (Rah Bras)
10. Faint Heart (Melt-Banana)
11. Plague (The Chinese Stars)
12. King Ink (Celebration)
13. Junkyard (Kill Me Tomorrow)
14. A Dead Song (Get Hustle)
15. Cry (Numbers)
16. Wild World (Error)
17. Marry Me (Lie Lie) (Daughters)
18. Release The Bats (Some Girls)

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Ice Nine Discography

Sweet band. Fans of End of the Century Party, Palatka, Assfactor 4, etc. All those "emo-violence" (for lack of a better word. Forgive me) bands that we all enjoy so much. Whatever. The name comes from some fictional material in Kurt Vonnegut's book "Cat's Cradle," and it's a sweet book. Band is good, too. Check 'em out.


1. One Dollar Man
2. Forty-Five Times A Night (State Split Version)
3. Stains Of Rage
4. Steel Mesh World
5. Tumbleweed
6. Walk Me Crutch
7. Surreal
8. Shadow
9. Asprin vs. Me
10. Decreed
11. Edgewaters
12. Endangered
13. One Would Think
14. Read 'Em And Weep/Ash
15. Forty-Five Times A Night (Ebullition 7" Version)
16. City Son
17. Redeemer
18. Forthcoming
19. On The Corner Shelf
20. Nazi Punks Fuck Off (Dead Kennedys cover)
21. Poison Ivy Sessions Untitled 1
22. Poison Ivy Sessions Untitled 2
23. Poison Ivy Sessions Untitled 3
24. Poison Ivy Sessions Untitled 4
25. Poison Ivy Sessions Untitled 5

Sunday, March 1, 2009

V/A - Dynamite With A Laser Beam


Honestly I don't know the significance of this day, but I don't care. This is an awesome compilation for fans of Three One G's catalogue (and Queen), with bands ranging from The Locust, Das Oath, and Asterisk* to bands like Melt-Banana, Tourettes Lautrec, and Upsilon Acrux, all covering classic Queen songs. Fuck! Weasel Walter of the Flying Luttenbachers also has a song on here, and I have to admit it's one of the weirdest covers I've ever heard of "Bohemian Rhapsody." It can get a bit hard to listen to at times, like Bastard Noise's "cover" of "Lily Of The Valley," or the horrible Glass Candy cover (HORRIBLE!!!!). Only about two or three of these songs sound anything like the original, so don't expect a shitload of repressed Queen-related memories to burst forth and rape your emotional tear-ducts. It's not gonna happen. Do not worry, lad. This compilation will blow your cock off. By the way, this .rar is in mp4 format. I got lazy again, so fuckin' deal with it yo'self, bitch.


1. Under Pressure (Blood Brothers)
2. Another One Bites the Dust (Get Hustle)
3. Ogre Battle (Asterisk*)
4. We Are The Champions (Das Oath)
5. Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To...) (Gogogo Airheart)
6. Bicycle Race (Upsilon Acrux)
7. Who Needs You (Sinking Body)
8. The Fairy Feller's Master Stroke (Glass Candy)
9. Flash's Theme (The Locust)
10. Bohemian Rhapsody (Weasel Walter)
11. Vultan's Theme (Attack of the Hawk Men) (The Spacew├╝rm)
12. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Fast Forward)
13. Get Down, Make Love (The Convocation Of...)
14. Lily Of The Valley (Bastard Noise)
15. Killer Queen (Tourettes Lautrec)
16. We Will Rock You (Melt-Banana)