Various - The Thing That Floyd Ate! flac album
|1||–Fabulous Disaster||Down The Drain|
|2||–Propagandhi||Ladies' Night In Loserville|
|3||–Teen Idols||Midnight Picture Show|
|4||–Less Than Jake||Gainesville Rock City|
|5||–Mad Caddies||Mary Melody|
|6||–Big In Japan||Dig That Stupid Sound|
|7||–Sick Of It All||The Bland Within|
|8||–Anti-Flag||Angry Young And Poor|
|9||–Bad Astronaut||Unlucky Stuntman|
|10||–Frenzal Rhomb||Best Guy|
NotesThe cover art is a lampoon of the Lookout Records compilation Thing That Ate Floyd. It was available as a free sampler given out randomly through Fat Wreck mail order, at shows and at some stores.
The Thing That Ate Floyd is a compilation album released in December 1988 by Lookout! Records. The album is a compilation of bands from the 924 Gilman St. punk rock scene. It includes bands such as Operation Ivy, No Use for a Name, Crimpshrine and The Mr. T Experience. Skin Flutes - "Straight Edge Song" - 3:23. East Bay Mud - "Win or Lose" - 2:14. Corrupted Morals - "Big Man" - 1:15. Neighborhood Watch - "Gloria" - 2:20. Tommy Rot - "Not One of Mine" - 2:13. Cringer - "Cottleston Pie" - 1:06.
Hailing this release as the "best" document of the California punk scene of the late '80s is like stating that Billy Idol is a punk superstar. Both claims have a certain truth to them, but they both over exaggerate the point, if there is one to be made at all. Sure, The Thing That Ate Floyd was a pretty good compilation showcasing a variety of California punk, circa 1988.
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The album continued the band's pop punk style, with some more intellectual elements beginning to appear. Songs like "Velveeta" and "The History of the Concept of the Soul" became standards in the band's live set for several years following, the latter essentially being band leader Dr. Frank's college thesis condensed into an 80-second song. The song "Now We Are Twenty-One" was featured in a scene in the 1996 movie Glory Daze starring Ben Affleck, in which the main characters perform a cover of the song as the house band at their party. The song "Boredom Zone" originally appeared on the compilation The Thing That Ate Floyd, which also featured many of the band's contemporaries in the late-1980s San Francisco Bay Area punk movement. All tracks written by Dr. Frank except where noted.
The Thing That Floyd Ate (2001). Parody of The Thing That Ate Floyd (Lookout! Records compilation). Floyd: Squawk Among Us (2002). Land Of The Rising Floyd (2007). Starting in 2006, Fat Wreck moved to distribute their annual free compilations online.
Free samplers that were given out. Most album titles and covers are parodies of well-known punk albums. Why Is Floyd Always In The Pit? (1999). More RPM's Than Floyd on a Scooter (2000). And Out Come the Teeth (2001) And Out Come the Wolves (1995) by Rancid. The Thing That Floyd Ate (2001). Parody of Walk Among Us (1982) by The Misfits. The Exfloyded (2003). Parody of On Stage by The Exploited. Fat Music for Fat People is a compilation album released by the Fat Wreck Chords record label on August 11, 1994. I. mage: Fat Music For Fat People albumcover. Survival of the Fattest. Survival of the Fattest is a compilation album released by the Fat Wreck Chords record label on March 12, 1996. It wa. mage: Survival Of The Fattest albumcover. Fat Music Volume 3: Physical Fatness is the third compilation album released by the Fat Wreck Chords record label, i. mage: Physical Fatness albumcover. Life in the Fat Lane. Fat Music Volume 4: Life.
Pink Floyd had a decline and a second build-up, both of which gave us a bad album. 1. The Final Cut was worse than all their previous albums . Also, after a double LP, a lot of people got bored with Waters coming out with another whiny album. It didn’t have that Floyd feeling, but I would dare to say that it was Waters’ greatest solo album, mainly because it featured Gilmour on guitar.
Pink Floyd may be the only rock band that can credibly be compared to both the Beatles and Spinal Tap. Its mid-’70s sonic triumphs - including The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here - are both aural delights and meaningful works of art whose message is conveyed through sound. The members of the band - Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright - approached their work seriously and blew minds in the process. 164. Two Suns in the Sunset, The Final Cut (1983): This is the final song on the final album by the band people feel is the real Pink Floyd. The band’s undiscriminating fans ate up the accompanying Waters-less tour as well, with all the ancient Pink Floyd accoutrements, like the floating pig and the exploding airplane, brought out of mothballs.
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