>State your opinon about Disco Volante or your mother dies tonight
altogether really good. creative and atmospheric.
cons: the bends fucks up the pacing of the album with its constant starting and stopping, album is kinda unfocused so california is better
Scott Walker is a tone deaf lunatic. I'm still amazed how many morons still think he's the shit.
it's great. each song is distinctive in its own right, but there's this creepy surrealism, akin to what you'd find in a david lynch movie, pervasive throughout which unifies each individual part into a cohesive whole.
it is called for though, bungle's sensibilities have been clearly influenced by lynch's work (they've even samples lines from his films), and disco volante is the work of theirs most indebted to him. the album has a similar sense of humor and creepiness found in most of lynch's films, whereas the self-titled has more of a demented carnivalesque feel and california feels like a surrealist take on the west coast of the u.s.
My 6th grade computer class teacher had this image as his profile pic on whatever network our computers where on or whatever. He was a kinda weird guy but I always felt I got along with him :)
All three Bungle albums are great because they are very different when compared with each other. But they still manage to sound like Mr Bungle albums.
However Disco Volante is my favourite. The atmosphere is so intense and eerie. Also it was the first Bungle album I purchased. Looking back I was little bit an outsider in high school.
Favourite tracks are Carry Stress In The Jaw, The Bends and Merry Go Bye Bye.
disco volante also combines the claustrophobia of eraserhead with the menace of frank booth in blue velvet. there also parallels in the way both lynch and bungle explore the darker side of seemingly idyllic facets of our culture (for lynch 50esque suburbia, for bungle genres such as lounge, pop, doo-wop).
but by all means, keep being an ignorant faggot who responds with anger when shown to be incorrect :)
s/t is a great album, but i feel like the overuse of outro samples begins to detract from its quality with subsequent listens. hearing someone take a shit or clips from children's educational shows for so long only really works the first time around imo.
>I like tomahawk
me too but i thought oddfellows was weak. they moderated their sound too much. their interesting style of alt metal works really well on their first two, but my favorite has always been anonymous. not often you hear alt metal melded with traditional native american music, and i think they pulled it off really well.
>listening to Meeshka Ma Skwoz for the first time
>song fades out
wow that sound was fucking insane. patton's got a great vocal ran-
Tomahawk and faith no more are still active and recording, be thankful theres at least something bro
It would be awesome if patton made a second clowncore funk masterpiece after like 15 years tho
>It would be awesome if patton made a second clowncore funk masterpiece after like 15 years tho
Mike Patton is an old fart just listen to Tub Ring they do it better than Mike could ever do it now