"Mr. Jones" was fucking ubiquitous. Looking back, it's weird that bands like this managed to get so popular back in the day. I must admit that I still pull out "August And Everything After" from time to time and listen to certain tracks. The singer from this band has the worst case of white boy dread-locks of all time, but still managed to drill that chick from friends. Just goes to show that if you act like a big enough pussy girls will fuck you no matter what...even if you're the Hitler of hair-do's.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
i jammed the shit out of this band back then. they had a corny white dude with braids and a guitar player named "noodles". yuck. i bought "smash" when it came out and yanked "ignite" from a friend, jamming both pretty consistently and then just putting it down and not really ever listening to either of them again. i dont think i voluntarily listened to the offspring past 1995. everyone else i knew was into this band too. looking back and hearing these songs, they're all pretty lame. i dont know why i dug it so much then. i'm sure this is the same as green day where someone can chime in on how this used to be a "legit" band. if you're that dude, you're a fucking dork. by the time that "americana" album came out, they were pretty much the worst band ever. the video progression is awesome, by the way. watch the evolution of "punk" in progress.
not really too familiar with aphex twin. on the other hand, i doubt too many readers here are either. these are the only two videos i remember getting airplay. the video for "windowlicker" is a crazy unedited directors cut. definitely worth checking out. one time i gave a chick at a bar a ride back to her apartment, and in exchange she decided to fellate me on her couch to the sweet backing of her aphex twin video dvd. as creepy as the video for "come to daddy" truly is, the bizzaro level shoots through the stratosphere when a strange girl simultaneously has her mouth on your junk. not recommended, yet neither discouraged...
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Soundtrack or not, the Judgement Night album is a GREAT record. Nary a bad track to be found, not to mention at LEAST a half dozen bona-fide classics. I love it and still rock it regularly to this day. Here we have the videos for the collaborations between Faith No More/Boo-Ya Tribe, Biohazard/Onyx, and Teenage Fanclub/De La Soul.-J.W.