9.4.06

mix tape memories /2 - skate mix '91


side a
a01 suicidal tendencies_trip at the brain
a02 nuclear assualt_critical mass
a03 anthrax_caught in a mosh
a04 death angel_i'm bored
a05 metallica_breadfan
a06 ice-t_body count

side b
b01 megadeth_wake up dead
b02 exodus_the toxic waltz
b03 sepultura_inner self
b04 testament_over the wall
b05 kreator_toxic trace
b06 napalm death_i abstain
b07 pestilence_dehydrated

image: www.pusfan.com

12 Comments:

  • At 11:38 PM, April 09, 2006, Blogger carlkruger said…

    over heard at the skate park circa 1991 ...

     
  • At 8:08 AM, April 10, 2006, Blogger like a eagle said…

    NICE!

     
  • At 12:12 PM, April 10, 2006, Anonymous daver from chicago said…

    This is amazing. You've managed to nail many of the exact same songs I was listening to around the same time period.

    I could write ridiculous personal anecdotes on any number of these tunes -- road trippin' to U of I to "Trip at the Brain", moshing in a dorm room at U of I to "Caught in a Mosh", seeing Death Angel at Milwaukee Metalfest 1990...the list goes on...

    I don't spend much time thrashing out these days, but, damn, you hit the fuckin' nail on the head with this mix. I'm gonna refer one of my ol' headbangin' buddies to your blog.

    This devil sign is for you.

     
  • At 12:47 PM, April 10, 2006, Blogger Moka said…

    Nice change of phase in here. Unfortunately I was 6 year old in 1991...
    You know which song I love to have quickies to? (well I've just done it once but it was pretty intense):

    Ministry - jesus built my hotrod

    I think it wouldn't sound out of place on this mixtape memory.
    Thanks Carl.

     
  • At 5:14 PM, April 10, 2006, Blogger carlkruger said…

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  • At 5:20 PM, April 10, 2006, Blogger carlkruger said…

    dear ms quickie (hehe....)

    that would be a great inclusion on a list of more indie/120 minutes type stuff a la revolting cocks,
    helmet, neds atomic dustbin, firehose, etal, from the "alternative" era of 92-94, me thinks ... btw, i will never hear that song the same way again ...

     
  • At 5:39 PM, April 10, 2006, Blogger Moka said…

    hahaha

     
  • At 4:38 AM, April 11, 2006, Blogger Squashed said…

    I think we have run the retro cycle copletely. Am I the only one thinking the last arctic monkey album is a homage to Rolling stones? (or at least sounds close to it)

    So we have done, 70's, 80's, 90's ... it would be very interesting to find out what is the "sound" of 00's (definitely not british retros)

    I am still looking for the MBV of the 00's .. I would say Four-Tet and Matmos type of IDM will be the sound of the 00's. There is also japanese rock groups. pretty strange and exciting. Once everybody is sick of rehashing retro rocks, I want to know what happens....

     
  • At 2:25 PM, April 11, 2006, Blogger Moka said…

    Fridge! Fridge! Fridge!
    And yesterday Carl turned me on to The pink soft truth (one of the members from matmos side project).
    About the mbv of the 00's, there seems to be a competition between The Fleeting Joys and Astrobrite to create the world's next "Loveless".

     
  • At 4:01 PM, April 11, 2006, Blogger carlkruger said…

    sound of the 00's ... let's see...
    perhaps electro-acoutic-laptop- microedit as those all sum up post millenial fwd thinking electronic music (imo) ???

    that said, matmos and four tet seem like obvious choices

    (richard devine and venetian snares get honorable mentions as well)

     
  • At 1:40 PM, April 15, 2006, Anonymous mauricio said…

    now we´re talking this is music hell yeahhh


    just missed the deftones hahahahah

     
  • At 10:41 PM, April 15, 2006, Blogger WolfBurger said…

    Hey, Daver refered me to this blog... excellent taste... really brings back a lot of Jack Daniels memories!!!

    I'd almost totally forgot about Testament, even though I saw them more often than any other band... (always opening up for somebody else in Chicago).

    Toxic Waltz is an anthem for the early 90's metal era, and Death Angel's "I'm bored" is a total classic! Being a big Tendencies fan, I'm stoked to also see that they made your cut. But what really got my attention was Ice-T's "Body Count" and Nuclear Assault... Wow, now there's some serious metal memories! Great Selections... Supultura rocks, and though you HAD to have some Metalica and Megadeth in there, I'm glad that you decided to go with some more obscure songs.

    Great mix... now I'm going to go watch the "Headbanger's Ball" and make fun of Ricky Rotch-Crotch!

    Thanks

     

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