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mil_pl 03.04.2009 11:10 AM

I want T's rap. :(

fluxequalsrad 03.04.2009 11:32 AM

No one is noting that this is a lot heavier then anything they've done in a while. Definitely riff-heavy as Thurston hinted.

As for Washing Machine repeat? Steve hates that album... it'll never happen.

nicfit 03.04.2009 11:44 AM

Sounds like a dirty twisted album.

greenlight 03.04.2009 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fluxequalsrad
As for Washing Machine repeat? Steve hates that album... it'll never happen.


true...

noisereductions 03.04.2009 12:23 PM

Steve will do what he's told!

(kidding)

he hated his drums on EJS too, huh?

barnaclelapse 03.04.2009 12:42 PM

Well, I'm psyched.

uhler 03.04.2009 12:54 PM

i'm hoping this doesn't sound like a cross between "rather ripped" and "dirty".

nancykitten 03.04.2009 01:56 PM

I'm kind of disappointed by the samples. It sounds a bit formulaic; I wanted something new this time -- even if it was regressive (eg. back to the no wave-esque crashing).

I'm sure I'll love the record to death anyway.

joe11121 03.04.2009 03:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by barnaclelapse
Well, I'm psyched.


True that.

Some of the clips sounded better than others did, but we'll wait and see. I wanna hear more before I make any assumptions

fluxequalsrad 03.04.2009 04:16 PM

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Originally Posted by noisereductions
he hated his drums on EJS too, huh?



haahhaha, I don't know how he could hate washing machine given how great his drumming is on that one. The high-hat trickery is gold.

Chris Lawrence 03.04.2009 04:36 PM

i agree re: hi-hat trickery! what exactly did steve say about 'washing machine'? does he not like the album itself or just the whole lollapalooza/1995 whirlwind in general? (is this in goodbye 20th century which i have yet to read?)

noisereductions 03.04.2009 04:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chris Lawrence
i agree re: hi-hat trickery! what exactly did steve say about 'washing machine'? does he not like the album itself or just the whole lollapalooza/1995 whirlwind in general? (is this in goodbye 20th century which i have yet to read?)


It is... I cant remember exactly what he said. But it was along the lines that he thought it was a shitty album for them. Or that he was just disappointed with the outcome.

And elsewhere he said he was putoff at the spee the recorded EJS because he didnt get to really perfect his drum parts. The finished product is like demo takes of his drum parts.

Chris Lawrence 03.04.2009 04:42 PM

The whole album sounds like a demo! I thought that was its charm...

Florya 03.04.2009 04:51 PM

From what I've heard I'm really looking forward to hearing the whole thing.

No point in trying to compare it to other albums - it has a life of its own.

al shabbray 03.04.2009 06:10 PM

niiiicfiiit!
will you stil do that?

musefreek 03.04.2009 06:31 PM

fuck me, it sounds amazing!! getting excited now.

jennthebenn 03.04.2009 06:35 PM

Steve Shelley on Washing Machine: "It's the worst piece of shit we've
ever done. I'm exaggerating...but it doesn't hold up for me."

Chris, what the hell, read that book NOW.

sarramkrop 03.04.2009 06:44 PM

What the fuck does he know? He's only the drummer!

jennthebenn 03.04.2009 09:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarramkrop
What the fuck does he know? He's only the drummer!


He kept Murray Street from being named Street Sauce! He's a gawd among
men, that one.

Chris Lawrence 03.04.2009 09:17 PM

where was he when they named RATHER RIPPED?


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