Rapeman - Budd album flac
Style: Noise, Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1448 mb
FLAC album: 1711 mb
Other formats: AHX TTA AUD MP1 ADX FLAC RA
Budd is the first release by the Chicago noise rock band Rapeman. The first three songs on the EP were recorded live. The title is a reference to Budd Dwyer, a politician who committed suicide during a televised press conference. The lyrics of the title track contain references to phrases used during the incident. It has been re-released as bonus tracks at the end of Two Nuns and a Pack Mule, the band's only LP.
Rapeman was formed in 1987. The band's name was controversial the title character in a Japanese comic book that I had come across through a friend of mine. The comic book is just a total mind-bender. Rapeman's initial 1988 releases included the Budd EP, the "Hated Chinee" 7" single and their sole album, Two Nuns and a Pack Mule. All were originally released on Touch and Go Records in the US, Blast First! in the UK and Au Go Go in Australia. Rapeman left Blast First! in 1990 after Albini had an argument with the label over the release of a Big Black record.
2. Superpussy Lyrics.
This song is by Rapeman and appears on the album Two Nuns And A Pack Mule (1988). When i. This will hurt someone. 55 yearsBudd lied For them Where do we get offWhere do we get offLaugh at budd's hatPurely comicalHow could anyone wear itHow could anyone wear itMotherfucker. Sweats like a pigFat as all hellLaugh at himFat as all hellHe is my godHe is pristineHe is pureGenius.
While sometimes intense and gripping, Budd mostly feels like unstructured noise. Now, I like unstructured noise every now and then, but this just feels rather lazy of Albini to put out. Either way though, enough of this is solid to earn a 3/5.
Named after R. Budd Dwyer, the infamous Pennsylvania legislator who committed suicide live on camera, Budd strips out whatever melodic and rhythmic consistency Albini had expressed in his music and churns out unremitting, unstructured noise. The title track is an unrelenting cacophony of shrieks and howls, and the fact that it was recorded live (as was most of the EP), meaning that the band willfully subjected a paying audience to it, just adds to the perversity Rapeman gleefully wallows in here.
|T&G#34||Rapeman||Budd (12", EP)||Touch and Go||T&G#34||US||1988|
|T&G#34||Rapeman||Budd (12", EP, TP)||Touch and Go||T&G#34||US||1988|
|TORSO 12092, MS 02337 02||Rapeman||Budd (12", EP)||Torso, EFA||TORSO 12092, MS 02337 02||Netherlands||1988|
|T&G#34||Rapeman||Budd (Cass, C30)||Touch and Go||T&G#34||US||1988|
|T&G#34||Rapeman||Budd (12", EP, RE)||Touch and Go||T&G#34||US||2007|