Coachwhips - Bangers Versus Fuckers
>speed, and any other drug fans would give them at shows (according to John Dwyer)
I seriously doubt these albums were made at peak drug use if you knew the history of either groups
if Bangers Versus Fuckers wasn't recorded at peak drug use, im sure it was while John Dwyer was touring Coachwhips songs.
What makes you say it wasn't? im not saying you're wrong, im just curious.
It's a miracle MES didn't drop dead during the second half of the 90s.
Band ended up falling apart on the tour behind the album.
>The group was temporarily reduced to Smith and Nagle when a disastrous US tour ended in April 1998 with a violent onstage row in New York resulted in Smith unplugging the amps during songs and lashing out at the other members, leading Burns to physically shove him off stage. This led to the departure of Hanley (bassist of nineteen years), Burns and guitarist Tommy Crooks. The following day, Smith was arrested and charged with assaulting Nagle in their hotel.
One of their best albums too.