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Postby Donno » Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:44 pm

ToterMilchman wrote:do you know fishbonelive.org?



I check it out sporadically. I'm a member and all, but don't hit it as often as I prolly should.





I have one, and only one, band logo tattooed on me... a Fishbone skeleton, right on my dome.

Fishbone soldier til I die.
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Postby Donno » Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:46 pm

Oh, BTW...

You had some more damn good ones on that list, but I must say...
wad wrote:Esquivel


FTW! Right on!
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Postby Mr.Alex » Sat Sep 11, 2010 12:33 am

Charles bronson, duke nukem forever, black flag, sylvester staline, cannabis corpse, municipal waste amebix.
Basically, Crust, and anything darkish
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Postby wad » Mon Sep 13, 2010 11:04 pm

Today... listening to Tim Curry's solo albums. There's actually some pretty cool tunes on them.
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Postby punkakountant » Tue Sep 14, 2010 6:02 pm

I have seen a lot of my favs on here.

Some of mine are:

Social Distortion
D.R.I.
D.I.
Street Dogs
Sick Bag (has anyone seen this horrible band in the early 90s?)
Mucky Pup
Primus
Muckaferguson (sp?)
Jello Biafra (anything he does)
Ministry
FOD
Sonic Youth
RevCO
Flaming Lips
Sex Pistols
Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Flogging Molly
Violent Femes
GWAR
Circle Jerks
River City Rebels
Virus
Fishbone
Civet
Madness
and of course the Low Budgets (or shouldn't I say that on here?)
Just to name a few
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Postby dandrew » Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:14 am

punkakountant wrote:and of course the Low Budgets (or shouldn't I say that on here?)


You can say that, and anything you want, here!

Not sure about the "of course" there though....
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Postby punkakountant » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:14 pm

I saw the Low Budgets in Wilkes-Barre years ago. They were great!!!
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Postby exhausted » Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:41 am

Noticed some good ones mentioned that I like:
Devo
Residents
Dead Can Dance
Fear
Some others that I listen to often or have in the recent past are:
The Germs
Neutral Milk Hotel
Mr. Bungle
Sonic Youth
The Dead Boys
X
Coil
Low Budgets
Samuel Locke Ward
Mogwai
Trans Am
The Melvins
Hammerhead
Septic Death
The Wipers
The Dickies
Iggy and the Stooges
lol and of course...Mojo Nixon
After thinking about this...I keep thinking of good bands that I havent listened to in a while. I have a feeling if we all put down ALL the music we like this thread would be exhausting to read.

Haha...just noticed someone mentioned Goblin...I'll add that to my list even though I only have one of their cd's.
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Postby exhausted » Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:49 am

Haha I just watched tapeheads the other day and realized Fishbone was in that movie.
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Postby punkakountant » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:07 am

Did you notice Jello Biafa at the end?
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Postby exhausted » Thu Sep 16, 2010 1:42 pm

Actually I missed the very beginning and I missed the end. It was on T.V. and something came up. My friend has it Ill have to borrow it from him.
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Postby Donno » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:33 pm

wad wrote:Today... listening to Tim Curry's solo albums. There's actually some pretty cool tunes on them.


Nice!
"Read My Lips" is my favorite album. The fucking Zydeco cover of "I Will" is the fucking business. "Brontosaurus" and "Wake Nicodemus" rock the house... good stuff.
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Postby Donno » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:35 pm

exhausted wrote:Haha I just watched tapeheads the other day and realized Fishbone was in that movie.


They're listed in the credits as "Ranchbone"

There's also a TMBG song playing in the background at the bar when they do the drunk test. I think it's Puppet Head.


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Postby exhausted » Mon Sep 20, 2010 1:57 pm

I need to find a copy of this soundtrack...its out of print
and yes, it was TMBG. Haha Stiv Bators

TAPEHEADS soundtrack

1.Tender Love Attack
"Tender Love Attack"
Darryl Williams

2. Betcher Bottom Dollar
"Betcher Bottom Dollar"
The Swanky Modes

3. I Wanna Be Sedated
"I Wanna Be Sedated"
David Kahne

4. Live and Learn
"Live and Learn"
The Swanky Modes

5. Beat Me Senseless
"Beat Me Senseless"
Circle Jerks (25 votes)

6. Language of Love
"Language of Love"
The Swanky Modes

7. Surfer's Love Chant
"Surfer's Love Chant"
Bo Diddley

8. Roscoe's Rap
"Roscoe's Rap"
King Cotton

9. Do the Limbo
"Do the Limbo"
The Calypso Band

10. That's Enough (of That War Stuff)
"That's Enough (of That War Stuff)"
The Swanky Modes

11. Slow Bus Moving (Howard's Beach Party)
"Slow Bus Moving (Howard's Beach Party)"
Fishbone

12. Audience for My Pain
"Audience for My Pain"
The Swanky Modes

13. Repave Amerika
"Repave Amerika"
Bob Roberts [Tim Robbins]

14. In Sight
"In Sight"
Dead Kennedys

15. You Hooked Me, Baby
"You Hooked Me, Baby"
The Swanky Modes

16. Running Away
"Running Away"
The Navigators

17. Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head
"Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head"
They Might Be Giants

18. Baby Doll
"Baby Doll"
Devo

19. Open All Night
"Open All Night"
The Putzes

20. Mr. Mx-7
"Mr. MX-7"
Stiv Bator & The Zeros

21. American Patrol
"American Patrol"
traditional

22. She's the Lion
"She's the Lion"
King Cotton & The Bonedaddys

23. Try
"Try"
Thelonious Monster

24. Now That You're Gone
"Now That You're Gone"
John Cusack and Tim Robbins

25. Ordinary Man
"Ordinary Man"
The Swanky Modes
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Postby chrisnourcan » Mon Sep 20, 2010 9:05 pm

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