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  1. Kera Reply

    Jul 23,  · Following up their debut cassette "We're All Pink On The Inside" (Cult Maternal, ) with a slight bout of re-instrumentation proved a resoundingly good idea for Tampa's BODY ROT. Now armed with a real drummer (I am told that the drum machine used on "Pink" has malfunctioned indefinitely) and one each completely novice keyboardist and guitarist, the .

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    Jul 29,  · The band made several attempts to find a local engineer to record the single, but not one of the engineers found the band's material worth their time. The band resorted to recording their own songs, a method that continued for the duration of their career. (Vinyl Rites, BASTARDS "MONTICELLO" LP (Glitterhouse, ).

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    Aug 02,  · Jordan Peterson: “There was plenty of motivation to take me out. It just didn't work" | British GQ - Duration: British GQ 13,, views.

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    Monticello, an Album by Bastards. Released in on Treehouse (catalog no. TR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Noise Rock, Post-Hardcore.

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    Joy Of Gardening Drunk Big Waste Neighbor Bo Diddley Drive My Car Lithium Monticello You Didn't Give A Damn About The Exploding Man Because You Killed Him Shit For Brains Who Cares? Frank Loser Motor City Kid Line-up / Musicians Bass.

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    Jul 22,  · BASTARDS "MONTICELLO" LP (Glitterhouse, ) Butch Vig produced this record a scant two years before purportedly contributing to changing the face of popular music, but there are clearly few commercial aspirations involved here. (Vinyl Rites, BASTARDS "MONTICELLO" LP (Glitterhouse, ).

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Monticello on Discogs. Label: Glitterhouse Records - GR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Grunge, Noise4/5(25).

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    To record their upcoming LP, “Monticello,” Martin and Breuer hired label-mate Tommy Rey, who had played with, among others, Minneapolis mod combo The Fun Seekers. Rey would not become the band’s official drummer, but for a fee of $ plus expenses he would join them in the studio. marked a high point for the Bastards.

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