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Monday, April 3, 2017
The Mutants - Boogie De La Muerte
The Mutants - Boogie De La MuerteMixture of 60's garage rock, surf, porn funk and manic psychedelia, the
instrumental madness of The Mutants is a lost soundtrack for Russ
Meyer's, Tarantino's and Aki Kaurismäki's films. Impossible to
categorize, they call it "afro-garage-mambo".
The Mutants were
in 1998 by Weijjo a.k.a Abnormal, who wanted to form an instrumental
band after getting tired of difficult singers. Members were picked
partly from his previous punk band "Isebel's Pain" and from locations
you don´t want to know about. The sound of The Mutants has been
weird from the first beginnings, only to get seriously sicker since.
After the first chaotic gigs with the usual rock instrumentation +
organ, they needed to sound bigger. A Saxophone and percussion were
added. The originally punk/surf/garage -based stuff is now smashed
Parliament/Funkadelic filter. The beats have been funkier since. You
will love it with leather and rubber.
Tracklist: 01. P.I.P. 02. Texas Rampa Mutant 03. Lady Boy 04. Erotic Doner 05. Romanow 06. Muerte Le Mutande 07. Rotko 08. Ribuli 09. Fraude De El Fierro 10. Backnang
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Am a musicholic - I'm 52 -- I heard my first Ventures song in '66 and have been a fan of twang ever since. Of course all the other guitar gods were added over the years, along with a lot of other great music. I have been a DJ in my younger years on air -- WPFW and in clubs and currently produce a local television show about the performing arts.