0060. Dead Felcher – Album Zero [2000]


This album is a personal classic.  The first time I ever saw Dead Felcher perform was at the Electro Rock show in 2000 (or 2001, I can’t quite remember) when he opened for PT Grimm.  This guy was so hilariously arrogant, he performed with his back to the audience the entire time.  I feel like Dead Felcher is just a giant “fuck you,” to any and all audiences, and I love every minute of it.  This album pisses in your ears and hopes you hate it.  This album feeds off your hate, which makes it even more wonderful.  I hope one day that we’ll see a resurrection of Dead Felcher, because audiences in general need much more of this particular style of abuse.  Enjoy!  Or don’t.  Don’t even bother reading this blog; especially if you’ve already read it.  Yay!  Eat shit.

Wikipedia Says:

Nothing.  In fact, most of the internet has nothing to say about Dead Felcher.  The only thing you’ll find if you Google the name is a Myspace page with a few tracks on it.  Which is another way to say “fuck you” to audiences: making them go back to Myspace to hear your music.  I love it.  🙂


0045. Mindless Self Indulgence – Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangely Sexy [2000]


Mmmm… the pure chaos and hilarity.  This one is full of pure idiotic insanity, and I fuckin’ love it.  Even though my peers played it the fuck out when it came out back in the day, I still love it, and it’s a well-deserved entry on my personal 1,001 Albums list.  For those who don’t know, this is best described as electro chaos pervert rock.  Sound pretty cool?  It definitely is.  Give it a whirl.  Or don’t.  Go ahead and be a dick, see if I care.

Wikipedia Says:

Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangely Sexy (often abbreviated FGWSSS or just Frankenstein Girls) is the second album by New York City band Mindless Self Indulgence released in 2000. The album is the follow-up to the album Tight. The original album name, according to the few promo discs released, isFrankenstein Girls That Seem Strangely Sexy.

It is the last studio album to feature Vanessa YT as their bass player, and the last album by them to feature a message from their answering machine (“M”, in which the caller accuses them of homosexuality) as one of the tracks.

The track listing on the back cover has all the vowels replaced with asterisks, even in those words that would not generally be considered offensive, as a form of protest againstcensorship.[citation needed] The tracks of this album are also in alphabetical order.

The cover of the album was drawn byJamie Hewlett, the artist known forTank Girl, and more recently, Gorillaz. Hewlett offered to make a music video for a song on the album but was rejected by Elektra.

Promo/Advance copies of the album featured slightly different “skit” tracks from those featured on the final version.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars link
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars link
Surf Mechanic 2.5/5 stars link
Sputnikmusic 5/5 stars link

Track listing

All songs written and composed byLittle Jimmy Urine, except track 2, written by Little Jimmy Urine, Steve Severin and Siouxsie Sioux.

No. Title Length
1. “Backmask” 2:39
2. “Bitches” (features samples from Siouxsie and the Banshees‘ “Happy House“) 2:44
3. “Boomin'” 1:23
4. “Clarissa” 1:57
5. “Cocaine and Toupees” 1:52
6. “Dicks Are for My Friends” 1:15
7. “F” 0:13
8. “Faggot” 2:46
9. “Futures” 1:27
10. “Golden I” 2:07
11. “Harry Truman” 1:39
12. “Holy Shit” 1:45
13. “I Hate Jimmy Page 3:35
14. “I’m Your Problem Now” 1:56
15. “J” 0:24
16. “Keepin’ Up with the Kids” 1:45
17. “Kick the Bucket” 1:45
18. “Kill the Rock” 2:04
19. “Last Time I Tried to Rock Your World” 1:47
20. “London Bridge” 1:51
21. “M” 0:14
22. “Masturbates” 2:50
23. “Planet of the Apes” 2:12
24. “Played” 2:19
25. “Ready for Love” 2:06
26. “Royally Fucked” 1:52
27. “Seven-Eleven” 1:33
28. “Step Up, Ghettoblaster” 2:23
29. “Whipstickagostop” 2:38
30. “Z” 0:50


  • Jimmy Urine – lead vocals, programming
  • Steve, Righ? – lead guitar, backup vocals
  • Vanessa YT – bass guitar
  • Kitty – drums