Man I actually really liked this.
had no clue what this was, played it. Didn't pay
attention at first and then BAM: "What the fuck
am I listening to". Really terrifying can't manage more
then one recording at a time.
picrelated is better
Whenever I have a terrible day, i just come home, sit in the pitch dark in an uncomfortable chair and listen to it. then I go to bed immediately afterward. it's a nice ritual for feeling like absolute, complete shit
>implying it isn't audible sound
>Interviews putting you off Music.
Should be a Kanye West thread
"...By far the worst is the hamburger lady, and because of shortage right now of
'qualified technicians', e.g. technicians who can work with her and keep
their last meal down, Screwloose Lauritzen and I have been alternating
nights with her, unrelievedly. If you put a 250-lb meatloaf in the oven
and then burned it and then followed that by propping it up on a potty-chair
to greet you at 11pm each night, you would have some description of these
past two weeks. Which is to say the worst I seen since viet napalms. When
somebody tells you that there is a level of pain beyond which the human mind
cannot retain consciousness, please tell them to write me. In point of fact
this lady has not slept more than 3-5 minutes at a stretch since she came to
us - that was over two weeks ago and, thanks to medical advances, there is
no end in sight; from the waist (waste?) up everything is burned off, ears,
nose etc - lower half is untouched and that, I guess, is what keeps her
alive. I took one guy in to help me change tubes and he did alright, that
is alright till he came out, then he spotted one of the burn nurses
(pleasant smiling zombies) eating a can of chile-mac at the desk, and that
did it: he flashed on the carpet. It is fucking insane is what it is."
part where a mother discusses her six year old son's dick being cut up/off
ALSO wtf did steve albini do on this album?
What the actual fuck...
it's not about anything at all, and if it is it is certainly not that
we are talking about peter sotos
his intention if anything was likely to mock these people
>This is too far...
kek. The beauty of this album is that it gives incredible perspective and insight to the paint that a rape victim experiences. It really is quite an important and valuable album.
Haven't heard the album, but I'm assuming from the small parts of his lectures I've seen that he isn't some insane psycho. It would much harder to listen to knowing his intent was malicious as well, in my opinion.