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ALL LIGHTS FUCKED ON THE HAIRY AMP DROOLING

Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Post Rock/Math rock


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3.07 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 38% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Drifting Intro Open
2. Shot Thru Tubes
3. Three Three Three
4. When All The Furnaces Exploded
5. Beep
6. Hush
7. Son Of A Diplomat, Daughter Of A Politician
8. Glencairn 14
9. $13.13
10. Loose The Idiot Dogs
11. Diminishing Shine
12. Random Luvly Moncton Blue(s)
13. Dadmomdaddy
14. 333 Frames Per Second
15. Revisionist Alternatif Wounds To The Hair-Cut Hit Head
16. Ditty For Moya
17. Buried Ton
18. And The Hairy Guts Shine
19. Hoarding
20. Deterior 23
21. All Angels Gone
22. Deterior 17
23. Deterior Three
24. Devil's In The Church
25. No Job
26. Dress Like Shit
27. Perfumed Pink Corpses From The Lips Of Ms. Celine Dion

Line-up / Musicians

Godspeed You Black Emperor!

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GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR All Lights Fucked On The Hairy Amp Drooling ratings distribution


3.07
(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(38%)
38%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
0%
Good, but non-essential (25%)
25%
Collectors/fans only (25%)
25%
Poor. Only for completionists (12%)
12%

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COLLABORATOR PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams
3 stars THE MUSIC WORLD'S EQUIVALENT TO A BIGFOOT SIGHTING BEING ABDUCTED BY A UFO

One of the greatest mysteries or perhaps greatest hoaxes comes in the form of the alleged debut release of GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR which in the early days existed with an alternative punctuation, thus GODSPEED YOU BLACK EMPEROR! This Montreal, Quebec based music collective formed in 1994 and claims to have released their debut album titled ALL LIGHTS [%*!#]ED ON THE HAIRY AMP DROOLING in December 1994 and was limited to only 33 cassette copies.

This was well before the full band experience and the GODSPEED was only Efrim Menuck, Mauro Pezzente and Mike Moya and well before the huge sudden ascent into the heights of the post-rock world. The claims are that no copies have survived since they were all distributed to fans and then lost forever with no known backups or other formats. The album was a 4-track recording and according to a 2010 interview by Menuck, was supposedly a vocal rock album that is unlike the popular and renowned style they developed soon after their formation.

In 2013, a Reddit user named casketjack claimed to have found a copy in storage and uploaded two songs to bayfiles.net and then accordingly to YouTube with the plan to upload the entire album but supposedly didn't either a) because of fear of legal issues or b) the account was deleted shortly after having done so. Either way, sounds sketchy to me. Of the two tracks that are on YouTube, namely "Random Luvly Moncton Blue(s)" and "Dadmomdaddy," it does indeed sound like these could be legit as some sort of downer industrial indie rock turned post.

As for the legitimacy of this one, i find it dubious that absolutely no copies have survived and that not at least one member would have kept a single copy and the fact that no stories have arisen out of the purported 33 owners seems sketchy to me which leaves me with little hope that this ever existed in the first place. As a marketing gimmick i would have to say that this is brilliant as the legendary status of this release is the music world's equivalent to a bigfoot or yeti sighting being abducted by a UFO. Personally i doubt it exists but if it does it would be a welcome listening experience.

No i haven't heard this album but despite that i'll give the supposed two tracks i heard 3 stars. Since this release is utterly unobtainable and either an elaborate hoax or simply lost forever, just the legendary status of reading about this has been as entertaining as many musical listening experiences, so i'm gonna do something i would never do otherwise and give this 3 stars just for the shrouded mysteries that surround it. Chances are since i love everything GODSPEED has released that it would deserve 3 stars merely for existing. This review, of course, is subject to change!

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