#2
who is Trevor Dunn again?
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#6
oh.

for some reason I thought Mr. Bungle had a basser named Hector...



looks like the Alembic, that sexy beast is not fretless, dropping the Ken Lawrence decisively off that list.
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#8
you said the one in the picture, right? that one's a fiver.

watching video, I see no eighters
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#11
So wait a minute....Mr. Bungle's lead vocalist reminds me of the lead singer for Faith No More....I'm sure it is...Excuse me for my ignorance, but I've never heard of Mr. Bungle.
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#12
^ actually, you're right about the singer, Mike Patton. Mr Bungle were a 90's avant-rock band. Not really my thing, but I still think they were pretty good
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#13
There's a whole group of Nor Cal groups that emerged from the roots of Faith No More including Mr. Bungle and Secret Chiefs 3 and Fantômas. Secret Chiefs 3 is still fairly active--they opened for Les Claypool this year (very awesome band, even Mr. Tam liked them). Trevor Dunn was one of their 3 founding members.

And the connections between Primus and Faith No More are pretty solid as well. As most fans know, Mr. Krinkle was written about FNM's drummer, Mike Bordin.

The whole late 80s SF scene is rather inbred to say the least, lol.
#14
Thats interesting! I cant get into Mr. Bungle as much yet because I'm used to structure. Though I'm sure they have structure, but its soooo crazy. I'll give them a fair listen sometime soon. I can tell you that Mr. Patton is really really talented! I can see why!
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