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The Mystery Meat - Profiles album flac Performer: The Mystery Meat
Title: Profiles
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Released: 2002
Country: US
MP3 album: 1844 mb
FLAC album: 1538 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: ADX MPC VOX AUD MIDI MP1 DXD
Genre: Rock

Profiles ‎(LP, Album). Shadoks Music 041. The Mystery Meat. Profiles ‎(CD, Album, Jew). Germany.

Profiles ‎(CD, Album, Jew). referencing Profiles, LP, RE, SHADOKS 041. How is it you are selling my album? In 1968 I (Ron ODell) asked 4 other students to join me in recording several songs that I wrote. The result of that effort produced the album Mystery Meat. The album was recorded at Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois. I played guitar and sang some backing vocals

All leather "Mystery meat" from the album "When I grow up, I wanna fuck like a girl" out on DIM mak. Welcome Freshmen - Mystery Meat. Merv from "Welcome Freshmen" sings this Nickelodeon classic. The Mystery Meat - Give Me Your Love. 5 anos atrás Magic in the meat. Movie:Dear Dumb Diary. The Mystery Meat: Profiles (1968). Title track from 'Profiles' by The Mystery Meat.

The Mystery Meat & Profiles Give Me Your Love. The Mystery Meat & Profiles Tears. The Mystery Meat & Profiles It Will Last Forever. The Mystery Meat & Profiles Put Me Down. The Mystery Meat & Profiles Rung By Rung. The Mystery Meat & Profiles Don't Take Me. 02:13. The Mystery Meat & Profiles Here Comes The Night. The Mystery Meat & Profiles Both Have To Pay. 02:48.

The Mystery Meat Profiles. Posted September 11, 2008 10:14am UTC by Brendan Category: Garage Tags: 1968. The Mystery Meat record was privately pressed by five Illinois college students in 1968. Legendary lost albums are not loved for their rarity alone. The Mystery Meat has a primitive sound as any dirty garage recording and then some, but the quality of the songs shine through as early as your first listen and maintain Profiles’ unique longevity. Soft spoken, innocent vocals and sensitive lyrics contrast frightening drums recorded, it would seem, under a blanket. The rest make up an album of tunes so great any listener should be surprised. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip.

Listen to music from The Mystery Meat like Give me your love, Here comes the night & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Mystery Meat. Extremely rare garage/folkrock LP whose existence was long doubted, until a few copies were unearthed some years back. The band came out of Blackburn College in Carlinville and existed mainly to record this LP. Great originals all through reminiscent of the Bachs and UK group Complex, chock full of organ-led teen atmosphere, tremendous melancholy vocals, and tunes that grow with each play.

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Meat Puppets is the first album by American band the Meat Puppets, released in 1982. The album is unlike their later, better-known releases due to its hardcore punk sound. The album was recorded in a matter of days, there are very few overdubs and many of the tracks are first takes. Like other early SST albums the sound quality is rather spotty; there is noticeable fuzz in the background of the music.

Tracklist

A1 Give Me Your Love 2:35
A2 Here Comes The Night 2:05
A3 Put Me Down 2:45
A4 It Will Last Forever 2:28
A5 Tears 3:10
A6 Profiles 1:43
B1 Don't Take Me 2:08
B2 Rung By Rung 2:20
B3 Both Have To Pay 2:43
B4 You Won't Believe It 2:48
B5 Sunshine Makes It 3:45
B6 Girl Named Sue 2:45

Notes

Deluxe edition in hard carton sleeve and heavy vinyl.
Limited 450 copies.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DR-7303 The Mystery Meat Profiles ‎(LP, Album) Director Records DR-7303 US 1968
Shadoks Music 041 The Mystery Meat Profiles ‎(CD, Album, Jew) Normal Records Shadoks Music 041 Germany 2004


Comments: (4)
Malak
Shadoks reissue features noise reduction and some other tweaking that is less than optimal. I'd say avoid it, not worth the prices it's going for (it initially retailed at around 50$ I read) Someone needs to snatch this up and do a nice, clean transfer with no tweaking! Classic garage album, one of the best!
melody of you
How is it you are selling my album?In 1968 I (Ron ODell) asked 4 other students to join me in recording several songs that I wrote. The result of that effort produced the album Mystery Meat. The album was recorded at Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois. The album title references the meat that was served every Wednesday evening in the colleges dimmly (candle) lit dinning room, The meat was also covered in gravy to further hide its identity.I played guitar and sang some backing vocals. Dick Linenger sang lead vocals, Wayne Joplin sang some backing vocals, Gary Walden played drums, and there was also a keyboard play - whose name eludes me at the moment. I wrote all of the music for all 12 songs. I wrote all of the lyrics for 8 of the songs and co-wrote the other 4 songs.Due to the limited equipment we had, the resulting sound of the album was not as good as we would have hoped for. We had a single reel-to-reel tape deck and recorded in a cavernous space that both created a dampening of the drums, shrillness of the keyboards, and a lot of bouncing sound. All of the songs were originals and I think anyone who gives the album an honest listen will recognize the raw and budding talents of the group.
Coiril
Whoa, one of the members of Mystery Meat! Thanks for the information, I'm a huge fan of the album.
virus
In 1968 I (Ron ODell) asked 4 other students to join me in recording several songs that I wrote. The result of that effort produced the album Mystery Meat. The album was recorded at Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois. The album title references the meat that was served every Wednesday evening in the colleges dimmly (candle) lit dinning room, The meat was also covered in gravy to further hide its identity.I played guitar and sang some backing vocals. Dick Linenger sang lead vocals, Wayne Joplin sang some backing vocals, Gary Walden played drums, and there was also a keyboard play - whose name eludes me at the moment. I wrote all of the music for all 12 songs. I wrote all of the lyrics for 8 of the songs and co-wrote the other 4 songs.Due to the limited equipment we had, the resulting sound of the album was not as good as we would have hoped for. We had a single reel-to-reel tape deck and recorded in a cavernous space that both created a dampening of the drums, shrillness of the keyboards, and a lot of bouncing sound. All of the songs were originals and I think anyone who gives the album an honest listen will recognize the raw and budding talents of the group.