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Album Review

The Buttholes' punks-on-acid debut mini-LP owes as much to Captain Beefheart and rockabilly as it does to hardcore punk and thrash, setting Gibby Haynes' processed vocals against a backdrop of skewed, sludgy noise-riffing. Yet at the same time, the songs display a surprisingly melodic, structured sensibility, which draws the listener into the band's decidedly not fake dementia. Contains such necessary items as "The Shah Sleeps In Lee Harvey's Grave," "The Revenge of Anus Presley," and "Bar-B-Q Pope."


Formed: 1982 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Arguably the most infamously named band in the annals of popular music -- for years, radio found their moniker unspeakable, and the press deemed it unprintable -- Butthole Surfers long reigned among the most twisted and depraved acts ever to bubble up from the American underground. Masters of calculated outrage, the group fused the sicko antics of shock rock with a distinct and chaotic mishmash of avant-garde, hardcore, and Texas psychedelia; sleazy, confrontational, and spiteful, songs like "The...
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