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Mr. Bungle



3.93 | 165 ratings

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5 stars This is by far the most experimental and at the same time most succesful album of the whole 90s. It is vastly influential in underground circles and it introduced us to the madman Mike Patton. All i can or need to say about Patton, is that he is best singer i have ever heard and most adventurous vocalist known to mankind. I have listened to this record since basic-school days and i must say that this is very important album for me. It has changed my thoughts of the whole music scene. Later i was introduced to such legendary artists as Frank Zappa who is only one who, i think, can still surpass the achievements of these pioneers here. Music in this album is very catchy and funky, but every piece has its own oddities that makes them unforgettable experiences. First time around you just wonder around the album and try to decide whats its best or worst thing and soon you just give up and say: THIS IS A TRUE DEVILISH MASTERPIECE OF MUSIC IN ITS PUREST FORM! If you havent heard of this or other album by mr bungle, as your attorney i advice you to try one. It may change your life, but at least it changes your idea of the music as a whole. My favourite album is Zappa's Hot Rats and this comes next. Simply one of the best. Squeeze me macaroni!
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