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Songs to Make Love To

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  • Great job boys!! Sorry it didnt last longer. Good Luck!! Mr. Bungle Rules! FNM must re-unite!!

    Posted on December 14, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Funny little tape with one fantastic Lionel Richie redux-Friggin awesome

    Posted on December 14, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I don’t know if Faith No More was poking fun with the name of this Maxi-Single, but they sure are songs to make love to (with the exception of Das Schutzenfest–which always makes me laugh). This is a brilliant collection of tracks, and “Easy” is an amazing cover–possibly one of the greatest covers of all-time.

    Posted on December 14, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This is pretty much exactly what a cd with a postcard-like picture of rhinos humping in the sunset should sound like: Strange. Funny… Dare I say, sexy? Ok, not sexy. What we get here is the band’s gloriously straight rendition of The Commodores’ “Easy”, which proves once and for all that if the whole Ipecac/being in 20 million different bands thing doesn’t work out, Mike Patton could have a viable carreer singing on showboats and casinos with that smooth croon of his, an oddly hillarious Elvis-ified rendition of The Dead Kennedy’s “Let’s Lynch The Landlord”, the well-performed version of the “Midnight Cowboy” theme already available on Angeldust, and “Das Shutzenfest”, a bizarre stab at german-language polka that actually turns out to be about meeting a woman at a shooting festival and making love near the pig trough. It’s probably not worth your money if you have the version of Angeldust with “Easy” as a bonus track and the Virus 100 Dead Kennedys tribute, since you then own 3/4 of the EP, but if this isn’t the case, it’s at least worth considering for “Easy” itself.

    Posted on December 14, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Patton and comapny are in rare form. This EP is a little silly- anyone who would put a Lionell Richie cover and a Dead Kennedys cover on the same album deserves some props for outlandishness. And then to do the Richie cover stratight (relatively) and the Kennedys as a country song? Buuhahaha. Go ahead and add this to your shopping cart. It’s only 4 songs but it is cheap and definitely worth a listen.

    Posted on December 14, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now