09:40 - deadone Bah no fun. Also is plowing vagina an agricultural activity and as such is someone who plows vaginas entitled to agricultural subsidies ala those provided by the EU's Common Agricultural Policy?
09:37 - Ekz1t Sorry, I didn't mean to change the direction of conversation in that way.
09:31 - Ekz1t words do not create a ring so you have no transitivity for '=' D:
08:56 - deadone If "gay=happy" and "happy = plowing vagina" then does "plowing vagina = gay?" Fuckin' algebra confusing everyone.
08:52 - Cynic Metalhead Woo-hoo i reached 100u(pdates) that i never cared for
Recorded late 1995/early 1996. Released August 20th, 1996 in the U.S.; issued on the 26th of the same month in the U.K.
The cassette lists side A a Love, side B as Hate. Also incorrectly lists track 2 as 'Sterile' and track 3 as 'Prophet'.
Re-issued in 2009 as part of a double-CD + DVD package.
I really did not expect to hear hip hop (??) influence in godflesh. I do not say that incorporating hip hop is essentially a bad thing but godflesh must be bludgeonny and abrasive not cool and fun. Moreover, clean vox are overused
Back in the day Broadrick confessed that the sound of a drum machine on 'Streetcleaner' was highly inspired by hip hop artists from the late 80s, especially this shit:
...so no surprises for me.
probably, but since I am a hip hop noob I could not recognize these influences on streetcleaner. I rechecked pure today and it also had some hip hop moments but still managed to have this antagonistic mechanical tone which IMO is missing on SoLaH. I think that hip hop influences were not as omnipresent on earlier godflesh as this one