I’d Want My Foot Back

Hey, I interviewed someone from Big Audio Dynamite!

Hey, I reviewed the new edition of This Is Big Audio Dynamite!

Hey! Music from bands you probably never heard of!

Braindead Sound Machine
Where The Pavement Ends (Edit)
Where The Pavement Ends (Nitronic Mix)
The Living End
Soon Come, Goddamit

And the winner for the Wikipedia page Most Obviously Written by a Fan or Band Member goes to Braindead Sound Machine. Yikes. That thing is a nightmare. I put some stuff up by these guys before, they were on Wax Trax, which is pretty much the only reason why I bought this single in the first place. It’s been sitting in my “Songs For The Blog” playlist for about a year now, and in the spirit of spring cleaning I finally decided to post them. I actually dig “Where The Pavement Ends” it’s a pretty good upbeat dance tune that happens to have one of the most disturbing vocal samples I’ve ever hard the wonderful displeasure of hearing. If anyone can tell me where that particularly gruesome vocal sample is from I would appreciate it. Don’t bother telling me where the vocal samples on “Some Come, Goddamit” are from. You know someone as misanthropic as me has seen Network right?

Sheep On Drugs
15 Minutes of Fame (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
I could have probably cut this into three separate MP3s, but the single listed them as one track and if I’m anything it’s a stickler for consistency. I’ve heard about half a dozen Sheep on Drugs tracks and this is by far my favorite. It’s also the longest, so that works out well.

3 Responses to “I’d Want My Foot Back”

  1. micah says:

    Uh, I think Wikipedia page Most Obviously Written by a Fan or Band Member has some serious competition from Joy Electric: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joy_Electric

  2. stiobhan says:

    Ooh! Ooh! I know! I know!
    The vocal samples are from drag-racer Don Garlits in a documentary called "Decade of Thrills."
    Looky here:

  3. ewingsc says:

    Love you love your blog

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