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Angry Johnny & The Killbillies -《What's So Funny》[MP3!]

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    发行时间1998年
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑中文名What's So Funny
资源格式MP3
发行时间1998年
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑名称:What's So Funny
专辑歌手:Angry Johnny & The Killbillies
专辑类型:Alternative Pop/ Rock
唱片公司:Tarhut
发行日期:1998
发布码率:192kbps

专辑介绍:


Angry Johnny与The Killbillies——美国最特别的Bloodgrass乐队于1998年合作发行的专辑,Angry Johnny又一张经典的唱片,除The Killbillies之外,Angry Johnny还单独发行过数张单曲和专辑。而恐龙二世的著名专辑《Where You Been》的封面设计也正是出自于这位乡村朋克音乐家之手。

Easthampton, MA-based country-punk Angry Johnny first earned notoriety as a graphic artist, most notably painting the cover to Dinosaur Jr.'s 1993 classic Where You Been. With the Killbillies — bassist Jim Joe Greedy and drummer Dwight Trash — he debuted in 1996 with Hankenstein, followed two years later with What's So Funny?

Originally released on Tar Hut Records in 1998. Entertainment Weekly, June 12, 1998 "What's So Funny?" Unremitting three-chord stab-and-slash fests (some quite tuneful), written and sung by the guitarist/artist who painted the cover for Dinosaur Jr's Where You Been. Angry Johnny delivers the '90s equivalent of Dock Boggs' old Appalachian murder ballads. In 50 years, academics will ponder this stuff, drawing conclusions about the dark side of the American soul. Will Johnny snicker at their gullibility, or nod in assent? Only he knows. -- Tony Scherman Billboard, May 2, 1998 FLAG WAVING: "White trash music" is how Angry Johnny describes the sound he and his band, the Killbillies, make their sophomore Tar Hut Records album, "What's So Funny?," due May 5 through E-Squared/Alternative Distribution Alliance. The Easthampton, Mass. based trio, which also includes bassist Jim Joe Greedy and drummer Dwight Trash, plays a somewhat-befouled mash-up of punk rock and country music, with distinctive black-comedy lyrics sporting violent trailer- park scenarios. On several tracks, the band is augmented by guitarist Eric "Roscoe" Ambel and members of the local outfits The Lonesome Brothers and Steve Westfield & The Slow Band, who bring a drunken Dixieland feel to some tracks. Imagine Shane MacGowan or Tom Waits playing the Hank Williams songbook, and you get the idea. Angry Johnny (who is listed in the Easthampton phone book under that name) explains that his band's style was bred by a strange confluence of influences. "I was listening to Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper and Edgar Winter, but I couldn't play that," he says. "Punk rock came along, and I could play that . . . I was raised on Tex Ritter and Marty Robbins by my dad before that." The movies also had an impact on Angry Johnny's weird worldview: He cites such bizarre B-pictures as "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry," "Vanishing Point" and "Race With the Devil" as favorites. You can hear echoes of these oddball road pictures in such seething Killbillies narratives as "High Noon in Killville" and "The Joneses." And let's not forget another prominent band icon: Massachusetts bank robber Michael O'Driscoll. "He's a Robin Hood [figure]," Angry Johnny says, 'He vowed he'd never be taken alive. Now he's doing 315 years in a federal pen." Aside from his cracked country music, Angry Johnny gets some kicks as an artist. He has designed both of the band's album covers: Its 1996 debut, "Hankenstein," featured Williams as Frankenstein's creature, while "What's So Funny?" features a chilling portrait of killer clown John Wayne Gacy wielding a bloody ax. He also contributed artwork to a Dinosaur Jr. Set. "I must have painted a thousand [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing paintings,' he says. "I've had a couple of shows. The art world never really welcomed me with open arms." The Killbillies have developed a loyal local following but not a young one, Angry Johnny explains. "Kids don't seem to get this shit, and that's cool . . . our audience is old. They drink whiskey, and they buy me a lot of whiskey." In May, the Killbillies will play live dates in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Connecticut; the band has tentative dates in the South and Mid-west this summer and hopes to tour Texas in September. -- Chris Morris STEREO REVIEW, October 1998 "What's So Funny?" **** (4 out of 5 stars -- Excellent) They're on the loose again. Set to thrashing guitars, saxophone, tuba, and banjo, this sonata for serial killers is far too well done to dismiss as novelty. But it's Angry Johnny's punked-up vocals and obsessed songwriting that you'll really remember. Of course, after listening to this stuff, you'll want to drive a stake through the heart of anyone who ever looked at you cross-eyed. - Alanna Nash



专辑曲目

1. All American Girl
2. High Noon in Killville
3. Disposable Boy
4. Joneses
5. Henry
6. Shitty Day
7. 49
8. Sent Him Home
9. My Ghoul Maggie
10. Devil's Run
11. Won't Get Me out of Your Mind
12. Jezebel
13. Walking Alone
14. Kill Again
15. Daisies
16. Davie & Jeannie
17. Old Boyfriend
18. Love More True


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