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pbiggie
UG's Ground gym leader
Join date: Sep 2007
326 IQ
#721
Huge and Rainbow were absolutely incredible.
Albums I Must Obtain
Call me Paul. I prefer that.
Quote by fretsonfire74
I think you're my soulmate
BenRaah
zebra
Join date: May 2008
676 IQ
#722
Yeah, amazing stuff. The mbv cover was good too. Boris + Merzbow together now... is feedbacker too much to hope for?
steve_muse
beating a dead forum
Join date: Dec 2007
419 IQ
#723
Digging Noise
Quote by ErikLensherr
Did you hear about the cockney Godfather?

He made them an offer they couldn't understand.
k.kuromori
Registered User
Join date: Jun 2014
15 IQ
#724
Old post, I see. But I go back far enough to remember a flailing, long-haired Wata in a Tokyo basement. Recently saw them live in the US -- excellent show, and they're actually very skilled musicians. They tend to tour smaller venues and bars, Japanese "live-house" style, and their set-list usually goes all over the map. Bring a good set of musician's earplugs because they are truly LOUD, though mostly in frequencies low enough to (literally) vibrate eyeballs. "Epic" pretty much described their drummed "NOISE" tour (they sometimes perform drumless). Watch for Atsuo melting into the audience and getting a feel for the crowd before their sets.

Really liked "Heavy Rain" on NOISE, but I'm still hypnotized by "Method of Error" on Präparat.