Brainbombs - Genius And Brutality - Taste And Power - Melvins 1994 Industrial Punk LP

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Brainbombs - Genius And Brutality - Taste And Power


Label: Blackjack Records
Cat#: JACK 012
Format: Vinyl, LP
Record: VG++
Cover: VG+ VG++ cornerwear
Country: US
Released: 1994
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Garage Rock, Industrial, Noise


Tracklist


A1 Angels Crawling 3:50
A2 Graveyard Kitchen 6:12
A3 My Place 4:15
A4 Right Side Of Hell 8:12


B1 The Whore 5:08
B2 Who Can You Trust 4:13
B3 Fuckmurder 5:13
B4 Wash In Blood 5:01
B5 Queen Of Necrophiles 5:18


Like its relative, industrial music (and when I say “industrial” I’m talkin’ Einstürzende Neubauten, Whitehouse, Throbbing Gristle, SPK, Minimal Man, and so on, not dance music with drill samples to make it “edgy”), noise rock is a bit of an acquired taste.

It involves an appreciation for repetition, abrasive sounds played/performed at often excessive volumes, a willingness to overlook the fact that the standard verse/chorus/verse song structure is goin’ right out the window, and a tolerance for subject matter that’s bound to offend/upset someone, oh, every fourteen seconds or so. In short, it’s not something one wants to play at the next pinochle social.


With a guitar sound that’s part sheet metal/part sledgehammer, the music is often plodding and based around a simple riff or two played ad nauseum, and with titles like “Fuckmurder,” “Wash in Blood,” and “Queen of Necrophiles,” you know you’re not gonna get something high on the annual “most recommended PC listening” list, which is as it should be, goddammit.

Everyone needs their tastes and mores affronted now and again, especially those associated with a scene as regimented and myopic as punk rock can be.


Brainbombs - Wash In Blood

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Brainbombs - Angels Crawling

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Brainbombs - Who Can You Trust

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