Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Sleep in Safety
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Amanda C. from SAN ANTONIO, TX
Reviewed on 9/16/2006...
in perfect condition
0 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
My fav heavy-metal-psychedelic-post-what-the-F*
Michael Cheney | Seattle, Washington United States | 08/07/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As a kid that grew up in the 80's in Seattle WA and it's associated punk rock scene and an owner of the complete 45 Grave catalog on vinyl from that time period, I can truly say that this band influenced my musical direction the most. They were one of the first indie bands that fused various types of 'dark' genres. This band was influenced by, and interested me, in Syd Barrett, Blue Cheer, the Cramps, the Germs, and the Mothers of Invention. This band has members both, prior and post, that have been members of Nirvana, the Germs, Penis Fly trap, Flesh for Lulu, the Dream Syndicate, and the late 80's metal band RIPPER. Their music is not easily pigeon holed and can best be described by me in the title of my revue. Before you leave here treat your self to an Amazon sample and trip to the reality of the Grave Digger. (Back in the day they were the short-lived equivalent of the Deadhead.) It should be noted that this is a later, marquis effort of the band. In a period when the band was in a more experimental stage, as well as having more capital for production. This release is re-mastered in a more late 90's fashion with a more solid lower bass end. By the way the greatest full length release of all time is 'Autopsy' which was a more punk rock album and each song sounded this way. Autopsy was infact released on CD back in '87 with the cat.# 72030-2 (-1 LP, -4 Cassette). Autopsy is most readily found as a cassette, and rarely found on disk. Bid for these titles online if you can. The disk release I have been searching for the last 6 or 7 years."
Get it right
Stark Fist | 06/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"To respond to the last review:
Pat Smear played guitar on a bunch of tracks from Autopsy (by 45 Grave). He also played guitar live with Nirvana on a bunch of their tours, and played in the Foo Fighters.
So, when the guys says "This band has members both, prior and post, that have been members of Nirvana, the Germs" etc. he is talking about Pat Smear who played guitar in the Germs, and then also with 45 Grave and Nirvana.
Thus you are wrong."