#1
Anyone like em? People know them mostly cause they went on to form Coheed and Cambria, and note that THIS IS A THREAD ABOUT SHABUTIE, SO DO NOT DISCUSS C&C HERE, THEY'RE TWO DIFFERENT BANDS. It's really hard to track down any of their albums, although iTunes has the "Delirium Trigger" EP. (There are only about 50 hard copies of this in existence, so iTunes is you best bet). Anyway, they're a sweet band. Talk about em.
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#2
I knew of them, but what are they actually like?
Similar to C&C or completely different?
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#3
Is Delirium Trigger originally by them? Because I know Coheed did a song called Delirium Trigger that sounded completely un-coheedish.
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#4
Shabutie did "Delirium Trigger" and "33", which appeared on Coheed's first album.

And to answer your question, andrewbiles, their sound is a bit similar to SSTB-era Coheed, and a lot heavier.
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#5
shabutie are alright.

i've never thought they were are good as coheed.
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And to answer your question, andrewbiles, their sound is a bit similar to SSTB-era Coheed, and a lot heavier.


Sounds good then. SSTB was probably my favourite C&C album, might have to check the stuff out
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#7
Shabutie are defintely worth checking out if you're a big Coheed fan (like myself). They're sort of weird and experimental in the stuff i've heard and is a little different from the stuff off SSTB. It's such a different sound to what they are now, so you can really see how they've progressed in sound. I always thought 'Elf Power' was an amazing song by them.
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Sounds good then. SSTB was probably my favourite C&C album, might have to check the stuff out



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#9
Shabutie are pretty good. Very garage-y though, if that's the right word to use.
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#10
Shabutie are alright. theres an album on Itunes? must go and check it out now

edit: can't find it on itunes
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#12
Shabutie is Coheed and Cambria with a different bass player. Basically they sound the same except more low budget grage-rockish. And as suggested, check out Godfather's Lollipop or 33 ('their'' version).
#13
yes shabutie own big time I am a big fan of them, I just wouldnt listen to them if you are easily offended, especialy godfathers lollipop, or kinder*****.

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#14
Yeah, their lyrics can be pretty brutal. Claudio seems to bring violence and the extensive use of the word '*****' to everything he writes. Gotta love the guy.
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#15
that is true actually.

anyone else think this'll gradually turn into another coheed thread...?
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