0060. Dead Felcher – Album Zero [2000]

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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.  🙂

0001: P.T. Grimm – The Exile [2011]

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These motherfuckers… Lemme tell ya, one of my most consistent honors has been that I know and have worked with these guys. Great bunch of people with phenomenal senses of humor, not to mention spectacular artists. These guys stand in a class of their own, but I’d recommend them to any fans of System of a Down, Serj Tankian’s solo work, Scars on Broadway, etc. They once called their music “junk rock,” among several other creative phrases. There are a lot of fascinating keyboard melodies that lead the often brutal riffs and drums, along with Michael H.’s unique vocal style and vastly intriguing lyrics. I heard the album played live back in ’06 and even though it took a while to come out, it was well worth the wait in my opinion. Michael’s a perfectionist, which is apparent by the results he gets. P.T. Grimm was and still very much is a shining gem in a world of shit, but you know, don’t take my word for it. Click the image above and/or watch the video clip below and take a listen to some samples of their latest album. I also greatly encourage you to buy the download, because these guys could certainly use the support.

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My favorite tracks:

Epitaph

Past The Con

Go To Sleep

The Red Cradle

A Pig In A Fez

A Perfect Stranger

(Honestly, I think they’re all great tracks. :-))