Discussion in '70's Music' started by LG, Dec 12, 2009.
cool start dude
wow wee wow wee
Ok, I have three more coming,...
In For the Kill
I scored "In for the Kill" for $1.25 WooHoo!
I have to admit, these guys had me hook line and sinker with the very first song of theirs I listened to,..."Guts",...I was a little put off by the vocals at first. They seem completely natural now that I've heard more of their music. Gut's has to be one of the ballsiest songs ever produced. That slow angry groove is what I'd love to have my original music sound like (the kind of music that scares little kids and old people). These guys should have been filthy rich and filthy famous. I can see why Metallica loved them.
I'm listening to Squawk right now, I listened Bandolier previously. Squawk is my favorite of theirs so far, fricken brilliant! Hot as a Docker's Arm Pit has some wicked kick ass lead work.
Budgie is easily a top 10 70s band for me. Burke Shirley is not only a great and creative bassist but also a very expressive and awesome vocalist. He can sing in a traditional style when he choose to as he shows in some of Budgies mellower moments but that isn't the point. He isn't trying to sound like a sweet choirboy and I'm glad you get that.
I freaking love Budgie , I even bought a friends personal.Vinyl collection for 300 US just to get all their 70s discography on wax.
totally agree with you..........awesome band truly awesome
I saw this loud Welsh at Nottm Albert Hall in 1976...they blew the fecking rafters off!
This is always nice..(with or without bong.)
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