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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ping-ping-clicka, Dec 10, 2019.
I was just talking with a friend about how Fugazi is a band I take for granted because its just always been there. Anytime I go back and revisit I always wonder why I don't listen to them more often.
I mean GUY, GUY....
Not my favorite Marillion album, but I'll play:
13 songs is one of my favorite albums. I like Minor Threat too. Great stuff!
Have you seen what Brendan Canty and Joe Lally are up to lately with The Messthetics? With guitar killer Andy Pirog? It's different. Make sure you watch past :45 if you do.
Things I like
I was at a Bad Religion show and everyone was chatting it up between bands, when Waiting Room came on the house speakers. On cue all the chatting stop and the crowd sang "I wait, I wait, I wait, I wait" together
Dang I was a Fugazi nut in my youth. Saved my lunch money to buy Dischord CDs at Amoeba on weekends.
Fugazi created incredibly tight and intelligent/thoughtful material and the energy in their performances was nonpareil---FWIW, the 33 1/3 series of books on specific artist's/band's notable albums has a really solid one on Fugazi written by Joe Gross. It specifically addresses In On The Kill Taker while also discussing the members' and group's history. Definitely worth a read.
(Repeater is my favorite)
there is a short doc on fugazi on youtube...its great! a must watch
MERCHANDIIIISE KEEPS US IN LIIIIINE!
As far as teenage me was concerned, this band could do no wrong.