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Joris Vanvinckenroye.......Basta ..........Delayed
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On the Music Page, check out the song "Fecal Odyssey", the bass in that track is pure nasty. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote smartpatrol Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 23:19
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Mother of god. I approve of this blog.
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Look up Alright the Captain on bandcamp, Colin. I thought of you when I heard the bass throughout the album.ill pot the link tomorrow can't on my phone.
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Originally posted by sagichim sagichim wrote:

Oh yeah.... a bass with distortion is outrageous, a bass with distortion and fuzz is a bliss.
.........and a bass with distortion, fuzz AND a wah-wah is even more fun.......I'm sure Hugh Hopper (R.I.P.) had plenty of joy with his bass...................
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by sagichim sagichim wrote:

Oh yeah.... a bass with distortion is outrageous, a bass with distortion and fuzz is a bliss.
.........and a bass with distortion, fuzz AND a wah-wah is even more fun.......I'm sure Hugh Hopper (R.I.P.) had plenty of joy with his bass...................


Yeah. I saw him live with Daevid Allen just a few month before he died. What a performance!
He played with his bass before everyone got on stage, just messin' around, it was awesome to see that.
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Oh by the way if anybody wants me to resurrect this thing, send me PMs with the names of bands that fit my criteria.  The older and more obscure, the better.
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I feel bad for letting this thing die, so hello.

EPISODE 6: Vaura's Selenelion


One of progressive metal's more recent supergroups, Vaura includes Kevin Hufnagel from Gorguts, Josh Strawn and Charlie Schmid of Religious To Damn, and Toby Driver (!) of Kayo Dot/Tartar Lamb/Maudlin of the Well/numerous other bands holding up the low end of things.

Their debut Selenelion is pretty eclectic, featuring elements of sludge, death and black metal, lots of jazziness, pretty posty at times.  What stands out to me, though, is that an album with as excellent production as this one does has such a nasty bass tone throughout.  Love it!  Toby Driver is a brilliant composer and guitarist, but I'd always had a soft spot for his bass playing.





Until next whenever, keep in mind that GLUBHUHKGHAHGA


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Is that a joke? Because I really thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Triceratopsoil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 16 2014 at 14:08
Is there any interest in this blog being resurrected?  I will only do it if people will actually read and listen.
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I've just discovered this thread and appreciate it very much. Haven't had the time to listen to everything yet but sure will. So please go on. Thumbs Up
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Alrighty, you asked for it!

EPISODE 7: HUGHSCORE



Due to popular demand, this resurrection episode goes out to Hugh Hopper and the fuzzy goodness of his entire legendary career!  I've arbitrarily decided to share some Hughscore.  This great group started off basically as a collaboration between Hopper and the band Caveman Shoestore.  Simultaneously smooth and gritty, Hugh Hopper's tones have never been more suitable for my blong.





Enjoy, and all you bass players out there remember that sh*tty is pretty!


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How did I not know about this?
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Omg yes Colin you brought it back :-D
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EPISODE 8: WEIDORJE


I know what you're probably thinking, 7 episodes of this thing and not a single Zeuhl album?  Blasphemy!  So, here you go.  I'm sure for many people, including myself, the relatively accessible Weidorje (1978) was their first foray into the Zeuhl world.  And yet, it's still got some ugly, grungy, stinky bass sound just like I love to love.  The reason for that, of course, is the masterful Bernard Paganotti, formerly of Magma and who would later go on to form Paga Group.  Listen to that glorious farty goodness, and enjoy.





See you next week.
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Nice groovy album, that one. 
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Yeah - Hugh Hopper can sound ugly - especially when he has his fuzz-bass lines at high speed, which sounds like amateurish acid-guitar and harsh as all hell.
Also thought Nic Potter's bass on VDGG's 'The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other' sounds really grubby.
Not so much Prog, but, Jack Bruce's tone in Cream is as thick and dirty as it gets. Love it though.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Polymorphia Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 24 2014 at 09:35
As always when listening to Paganotti, I just zeuhled my pants.

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