Yeah, I recall Lard: (was stoked about that)
Minimal audio excerpts here:
I think Ross digs Danzig, (I'm gaga for the Misfits) so were not _all_
alone. Even Natasha likes Dead can Dance, not all together punk rock, but
within the genre, (I have some of them) About your last line, there's
something admirable about that isn't there. "question authority" <?>
From: Travas Gunnell <email@example.com>
> Well, it's nice to know that I'm not the only one. I suppose it makes
> though, if I understood previous posts correctly, we're among the few with
> more proletarian origin. The punk chicks always seemed to be artsy types
> too. ;-) Jello still sings as well; you might be interested in "Lard",
> it's essentially Ministry with Jello doing vocals. One can always count
> Jello stirring shit somewhere.
> >Ah, Jello was a staple of my puberty. (saw him play-"too drunk to bleep"
> >S.F.) Also two years ago he was at the Chico state campus, where I payed
> >seven bucks to see his "spoken word" in which he discussed the inane
> >structure we live in today, with wit and fresh insight. Concerning a role
> >politics, at least I know who Jello Biafra really is.
> >Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
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