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this is kinda funny to see randomized. on a roll today.
El Negro Magnifico!
For info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rapeman
El Negro Magnifico!
They got it from some hentai manga. I think it was animated, too. Yeccch.
Rapeman? That is a funny name for a band.
i like rapeman bestest.
I like the aged clear coat effect. Dobry wieczor!
yeah, i think the kerning on the type is a little fucked, as well.
nice color palette, though.
Big Black live always pulled it off for me. Even when Albini would light a freaking brick of firecrackers before they started playing "Fists of Love"
Big Black WAS part machine. That pounding Roland drum assult kicked my ass.
Big Black sounds like a machine trying to sound like a band. Shellac sounds like a band trying to sound like a machine. Rapeman sounds like a band. Rapeman wins.
Two Nuns and a Pack Mule SOUNDS incredible though the songs haven't dated as well. Still love most of Songs About Fucking. Shellac just hasn't caught my ear.
I saw them at the Half Ass in maybe '87 or something like that. Albini was such a dick. It was great. I haven't really liked his music since Big Black, but I do love his production.
well, neither of them ever played in Lexington f'n KY.
The Didjits did though. Good old Didjits.
Big Black is my favorite steve albini band. Look them up on you tube,actually some decent video out there...
they both sucked compared to Big Black
Rapeman is so fucking amazing... I to WISH i had seen this band. I was actually in 1st grade when this show happened.
I wish I had seen this band. Shellac is so boring by comparison.
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