And they chose a really good song from the BHS's good period, too.
I'm so jealous of my friend from Maine who was walking through Portland one day around '94 and just stumbled on the Melvins playing on the sidewalk.
Kid at 6:07 knows what's up.
Locust Abortion Technician is a great album, i honestly like this version better than the original though.
Locust Abortion Technician was one of the first albums I ever got really in to as a kid, but in retrospect if I had to choose a favorite of theirs it would probably be Creamed Corn From the Socket of Davis.
Not that I could actually choose a favorite, everything they did on Touch N Go is perfect.
Mine has got to be psychic, powerless, another mans sac
I really can't choose. Lately I've been really into the Widowermaker EP.
There was a great Paul Leary interview in one of the last couple issues of Tape Op.
The joy of live music.
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