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mine's probably Take It From the Man!
and I don't remember what it's called. Tis ok-pretty good. I did see Anton throw a tantrum at the Troubadour just like he does in Dig! though. That was fun.
and just gets on with playing a good show. it pisses me off how people keep taunting him from the crowd.
but so many of the BJM albums are different from each other, you'd best get another!
i love the production on Take It From The Man! it sounds like it's some old sixties recording.
but based on quality of songs i'll have to go with Give It Back!
Thank God for Mental Illness. The last (33 min) track is especially excellent. Bravery Repetition and Noise has some great songs too, all incredibly well constructed
from that album. such a dirty spaced out riff at the start.
It's so sad the way our culture doesn't understand real rock'n'roll.
About three songs into Dig!, I knew I was in the presence of greatness and I just thought...how have these bastards kept this band from me for so long?
the first four tracks alone would make it worth the price of an album...
or Thank god for mental illness
Was really into them in 1999-2000 ish, completely lost interest after that. Any of their later material worth while?
if you ducked out before Bravery Repetition And Noise...get the hell back in there!
These days they're not quite the band they were, but still far better than whatever's flavour of the month.
ended up seeing them live last year. quite boring and extremely long... I ended up leaving before the end. This is the only concert where I've ever done this!
but get the album, you're missing out son
for me, but they've got so many great standalone songs as well ('Crushed', 'Not If You Were The Last Dandy', 'That Girl Suicide', 'Hyperventilation' ) that it's hard to pick one out.
is the best album for me. I'm wearing my BJM t-shirt at work today and i've had to explain what it means/who they are to 4 separate people. Ahhh i love spreading the word to my un-educated work chums!