Meat Puppets is the first album by American band the Meat Puppets, released in 1982. The album is unlike their later, better-known releases due to its hardcore punk sound. The album was recorded in a matter of days, there are very few overdubs and many of the tracks are first takes. Like other early SST albums the sound quality is rather spotty; there is noticeable fuzz in the background of the music.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Cornerstone . catalog number CRAS-DVD-030). This album was released in 2003-04-22 year. Format of the release is. DVD, Dolby . The album included the following session artists
Big Bottom Summit with Mike Watt, Flea & Cris Kirkwood. Testimonials from Watt and Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore. We Don't Exist" music video.
Several of this era's live performances comprise the 2003 DVD Alive in the Nineties, which includes fan-shot bootleg footage, pro-shot performances, and interviews (almost identical in setup to Metallica's 1987 release, Cliff 'Em All). While the majority of the shows are from 1994, the earlier ones prove to be the best - a rip-roaring live set from 1992 in Italy (as evidenced by such great renditions of "Automatic Mojo," "Lake of Fire," and "Six Gallon Pie") and an unplugged performance (supposedly the trio's first ever) at .
The first album since the Nineties from the stoner gods’ original lineup is full of the weird, comforting beauty of their finest work. The band quickly displayed their more contented side with the laidback hard-rock choogle of Backwater, a radio hit in the spring of 1994. That same easygoing spirit is all over their 15th album, Dusty Notes, which is also the first recorded in 25 years by the band’s original lineup of guitarist Curt Kirkwood, his bass-playing brother Cris and drummer Derrick Bostrom.
Alive in the Nineties. DVD - Cornerstone RAS. Several of this era's live performances comprise the 2003 DVD Alive in the Nineties, which includes fan-shot bootleg footage, pro-shot performances, and interviews (almost identical in setup to Metallica's 1987 release, Cliff 'Em All).
Pearl Jam: Live at the Garden. AC/DC: Family Jewels. Alice in Chains: Unplugged. Fusing the manic energy of punk with the melodic wanderlust of psychedelia, The Meat Puppets were one of the most respected band in the alternative rock scene of the 1980s until they finally edged into the limelight in the early 1990s, thanks in part to the endorsement of high-profile fans such as Kurt Cobain of Nirvana
Live is a 2002 live album by the Meat Puppets. This is an album by the new Meat Puppets line-up. Includes a previously unreleased song "Way That It Are". All songs by Curt Kirkwood unless otherwise noted). Intro" (Curt Kirkwood, Kyle Ellison) - 4:35. Armed and Stupid" - 3:01. Hercules" (Curt Kirkwood, Shandon Sahm) - 3:13. Push the Button" - 4:35. Pieces of Me" - 3:32. Up on the Sun" - 7:21.
Performer: Meat Puppets
Title: Alive in the Nineties
Size MP3: 1248 mb
Size FLAC: 1478 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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