Saturday, December 20, 2008

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - The Effects Of 333

So Black Rebel Motorcycle Club went Drone!
Really, this is there latest CD
The Effects Of 333
It was released off a record label and is sold
exclusively through there web site.
It was released Nov. 1st at 3:33am.
I like it a lot.
I love there other stuff,
but hopefully they will continue to spend
equal amounts of time on both
genre's of music.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

The Nighthawks - Open All Nite

A good friend's mother got me into this band.
They are straight Blues and I like them alot.

Friday, December 5, 2008

Boris - Flood

Boris yet again, proving to show there diversity with this release, very smooth and psychedelic.

Queens Of The Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf

There seems to be a theme here.
Basically I'm 100% obsessed with the Queens.

Songs for the Deaf has a radio theme to it.
I think its highly annoying, the theme that is not the music.
Basically before and after some songs
there is a period of "radio chatter".
Those things you hear while surfing channels on the radio.
The reasoning behind there theme comes from Josh and Nicks Kyuss times.
Kyuss would play a lot of generator parties.
They would drive out for miles and miles
into the middle of the desert to play a show.
People would flock to there location and just watch.
But the ride to the show would take hours.
With nothing to see but desert they would shuffle through the radio
to see what they could get out of it.
Which was commonly nothing good.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Queens Of The Stone Age - Rated R

Queens Of The Stone Age are easily my all time favorite band.
If you cant tell.

Rated R is really really good.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Queens Of The Stone Age - Live But Rare

I did not make this CD.
In fact all credit goes out to
But this is an amazing bootleg of really rare Queens songs.
I'm so so so happy to add it to my collection.
I'm sure Matt will be too when he see's the blog next.
The track listing goes a little like this:

CD 1:

- These Aren't Droids You're Looking For (3:53), - OK Hotel: Seattle, WA, 20.11.1997
- Teen Lambchop (Wellwater Conspiracy cover) (3:30), - OK Hotel: Seattle, WA, 20.11.1997
- Unknown Song (4:03), - OK Hotel: Seattle, WA (with Van Conner on bass), 28.11.1998
- Thumb (Kyuss cover) (5:10), - The Aptos Club: Santa Cruz, CA (Nick on Vocals), 25.07.1998
- Green Machine (Kyuss cover) (4:55), - The Aptos Club: Santa Cruz, CA, 25.07.1998
- Cake (Who shit on the?) (Ft. Pete Stahl) (7:11) - O'Cayz Coral: Madison, WL, USA, 06.02.1999
- Simple Exploding Man (Mondo Generator cover) (7:29) - O'Cayz Coral: Madison, WL, USA, 06.02.1999
- Tension Head (2:34), - Coney Island, 22.01.1999
- At The Helm Of Hell\'s Ships (4:46), - The Showbox, Seattle, On setlist called as "Fucker", 02.02.1999
- A#1 (3:17) - Palookaville: Santa Cruz, CA, 12.09.1999
- Born To Hula (5:26) - Santa Cruz, 12.08.99
- I Was A Teenage Hand Model (3:36) - The Shelter: Detroit, MI (played as an encore), 28.08.1999
- Eccentric Man (7:01) - Berlin, 29.11.1998, Sung by Nick Oliveri
- Unknown Jam (3:55), - Hairy Mairy's: Des Moines, IA, 11.08.2000
- You're So Vague (3:34), - Roskilde fesival, 01.07.2001

CD 2:

- You Can't Quit Me Baby (Short Version) (2:14), - KB: Malmo, SE, 07.12.2000
- Punk Rock Caveman Living In A Prehistoric Age (DS 5/6) (4:33) - The Fillmore: San Fransisco, CA, 26.10.2000
- Rickshaw (DS 5/6) (3:46) - Malmo, Sweden, 04.12.2000
- Born To Hula (6:31) - Planet Music: Vienna, Austria, 14.12.2000
- Supa Scoopa And The Mighty Scoop (Kyuss Cover) (5:15), - Rock in Rio: Rio de Janeiro, BR, 19.01.2001
- Walkin' On The Sidewalks (ft. Mark Lanegan) (8:22) - Bizarre Festival, Weeze, Germany, 18.08.2001
- Midgets & Diamonds (God Is Radio) (3:30), - Tivoli, Utrecht, NL, 21.08.2001
- Allen's Wrench (Kyuss Cover) (3:03), - Toronto, 06.04.2002
- Ode To Clarissa (2:23) - Münchenbryggeriet, Stockholm, 06.11.2002.
- Better Living Through Chemistry (8:10) - Ancienne Belgique, 1.11.2002
- Wake Up Screaming (Subhumans Cover) (4:24) - Brixton Academy: London, UK, 22.06.2003
- Six Shooter (Acoustic) (1:56) - Bern, 18.11.2002
- I'm Here For Your Daughter (DS 9/10) (0:44) - 05.04.2005
- Skin On Skin (3:43) - Webster Theatre: Hartford, CT, 26.03.2005
- You've Got A Killer Scene There, Man (8:24) - Calgary, 10.04.2005

Yes, you did read that right.
Kyuss covers!
These Aren't The Droids Your Looking For!
(Which has only been played 3 times live)
Ode To Clarissa!
Born To Hula!
Improve Jams!

Check out the dates to some of these shows.

"I like it when we do stuff together."

Queens Of The Stone Age - Queens Of The Stone Age

The Queens of the Stone Age.
They are right.
I cant quit them, baby.

Jesu - Sundown/Sunrise

This, in my humble opition, is the single best Jesu release. It consists of two long songs, Sundown, and Sunrise, both of which are amazingly relaxing and soothing. If you download this looking for more "Man, Woman" style Jesu, turn around, because this shit will just touch your soul. I, Dr. C, personly prescribed this album with a nice heafty bowl pack.

Enjoy :D

Super Heavy Goatass - 60,000 Years

Super Heavy Goatass are a stoner band from Texas.

They are one of those bands who are
much more musically driven then they are vocally.
But it fits them really well.
Dont get me wrong, the vocals are loud and clear.
Its just so happens that sometimes the only vocals
for an entire song are composed of
"Sweet Home, God Damn, I'm A Mother Fucking Texas Man."
But it works really well for them.

In any case I like them alot.
If anyone has there newer CD "Nemesis"
Or there split with Southern Gun Culture
Drop me a line I'd love to own them.

Monday, December 1, 2008

The Beatles - Revolver

Arguably the band that created Psychedelic music, and well... rock and roll as we know it. This album is amazing, and has been one of my all time favorite for some years now. The song 'Tomorrow Never Knows' is off the walls. Some times its hard to believe it came out in the mid 60's.


Blog Update 12-1-08

Just a small update to the posts.
I fixed the labels so things are easier to find via the search bar.
Matts a good speller.

Some soon to come albums that I'm excited about:
Pentagram - First Daze Here
Bedemon - Child Of Darkness
Witchcraft - Everything they have ever officially released (No Joke)
Super Heavy Goat Ass - 60,000 Years

I know Matt has some albums he will update soon.
I just cant say for myself what they are.

Also if anyone has the Queens Of The Stone Age Compilations CD
With the reworked version of "Born To Hula" please contact me.
I've been looking for that.

As always any requests just leave a comment anywhere and we will see what we can do.

Friday, November 28, 2008

Sunn O))) / Earth Split - Angel Coma

Sunn O))) and Earth did a split together.
Its called Angel Coma.
Honestly this was my first introduction to Sunn O;
Because of how big an Earth fan I was.
Its was a pretty good introduction to me.

The tracks are:
  1. Coma Mirror ( Sunn O))) )
  2. A Plague of Angels (Earth)

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Sunn O))) - White 2

Sunn O))) White 2
If you ever feel the need to supply an amazing Drone album
to become the soundtrack of a session
of heavy drug use and insane sex;
Make sure you supply yourself Sunn O's White 2.

Sunn O))) - White 1

Sunn O))) is one of the leading names in Drone, this is one of my favorite Sunn O))) releases. Go into this one with a very open mind.

Pagan Altar - The Time Lord

Pagan Altar's The Time Lord is easily one of my all time
favorite Doom albums.

The song "Judgment Of The Dead" is easily one of the
sickest songs I've ever heard.

I have another different quality version of the song,
were the vocals are raspier and harder to hear
but the music is much clearer and mixed very well.
The drums are pretty driven.
But it was given to me on a mix CD by a good friend.
And I don't know what CD or demo tape it came from.
If anyone knows what I'm talking about please hit me up.
I'd like to own it.

Anyways this is Pagan Altar's The Time Lord.

Pentagram - Demos 71 - 72

Coppage personally doesn't think this is how I should
first introduce Pentagram to the blog.
But I'm really in a Doom mood at the moment
and want to share.

So this is Pentagram Demos 71 - 72
Its composed of there first demo tapes.
I adore it. One of Doom's original starting bands.

Boris - Heavy Rocks

Boris is a band of many genres, hailing from Japan. With there name coming from a Melvins song, it is no surprise that they do not stick to a single genre, and will often experiment with music, always searching for a new sound. This album is a very solid stoner rock album, with a bit of a fat ass and very catchy riffs. I highly suggest it to any fans of Stoner rock.

Enjoy :)

Alix - Ground

Alix is one of those bands that never get the credit they deserve
for being as awesome as they are.
Female Fronted Stoner Phyc from Italy.
I've had extreme audio trips to these guys many times now.
This is there first album (2004) with vocals in english.
Honestly these guys are worth checking out.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Kyuss / Queens Of The Stone Age Split

This is were I choice to start.

The Kyuss / Queens Of The Stone Age split.

The Tracks include:

  1. Into The Void (Kyuss, A Black Sabbath cover.)
  2. Fatso Forgotso (Kyuss)
  3. Fatso Forgotso Phase II (Kyuss)
  4. If Only Everything (QOTSA)
  5. Born To Hula (QOTSA)
  6. Spiders and Vinegaroons (QOTSA)