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Screamin With the Deadguy Quintet
Screamin With the Deadguy Quintet
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Grueling noise core. Hide your children.


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All Artists: Deadguy
Title: Screamin With the Deadguy Quintet
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Victory Records
Release Date: 12/3/1996
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Hardcore & Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 746105004825, 746105004818, 746105004863


Album Description
Grueling noise core. Hide your children.

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It's just good music for good people.
(5 out of 5 stars)

"simply a great album. It is heavy, chaotic, and intense, just like metal should be. It is a timeless classic for all the kids to enjoy."
Deadguy is always one step beyond the rest
Victor | hellosville | 04/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This recording may not be as good as the first one they put out on Victory, put Deadguy is never actually BAD...most people actually prefer this one, but I like the first better (at least its longer). This one is great though, and marked the last album before their heart-saddening break-up (but they have a new live album that was recorded in july 96 out, but not on victory). The first track, "Human Pig", sticks to the tradition of Deadguy's first tracks by getting you energized from the very beginning. It starts out like some sord of warning siren and then goes into a crazy drum beat, then out of nowhere Pops screams you down until the very end of the track (actually to the very end of the CD). Then "Escape from the Fake Clink", what their drummer describes as a tribute to Clint Eastwood, starts out with a very absurd beat and stays that way through the track, only the beat changes to different absurd beats throughout the track. Then "Turk-182" shows you that maybe they are more like the traditional Victory Band and not as unique as some think, but this song against the other 20 songs they've produced says NO WAY! DOWN WITH VICTORY! Turk-182 is the first song i heard from them, symbolically on Halloween, and I've been schitzophrenic ever sense. Then comes the oddest and best track, "Free Mustache Rides! " which sings about who knows what and scares the crap out of you...Deep meaning hidden behind a funny title. "Angry Dwarf" is like a love song or something and its just crazy. In the end of Angry Dwarf is a beeping noise that gets gradually softer and u think the CD is ending, as the liner notes and jewel case only lists 5 songs, but alas, the noise returns and "Prosthetic Head" begins, starting out with a noise that seems like you're in a mysterious spiritual desert somewhere, and the song sounds like he's saying "And I'll miss you like the deserts mysteries". Pretty symbolic, considering they broke up not too long after the making of this album. Pops may not "have the time to explain to you" on Free Mustache Rides! but I've got the time to explain to you just how great Deadguy is and just how much you must buy this and all of their other recordings."