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The Bloody One - released October 1997 - Reviews
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the bloody cd just arrived. love the titles! it replaced the boss in our jukebox.
Fifty-two, count 'em 52 selections of very bizarre, silly and morbid music; sort of a cross between Captain Beefheart, Stephen King and Dr. Seuss. Such titles as "Death Of A Pencil," "Bananas In Blood" and "Melting Platypus" give a good idea of what this recording is all about. Although basically rock-oriented, many of these many, many songs have a circus feel, like galumphing elephants. Led by arch-weirdo Reuben Vinal, The Piz (as they are commonly known) have released five cassettes, of which The Bloody One is the lastest. The preceding tape, The Zid, will be reviewed as soon as I recover from this profoundly disorienting experience.
the scariest album ever. be sure and die while listening to this. the cds have 8 bonus tracks with whimsical titles such as "it's fun to be dead" and "shadow of blood."
- Mr. Salty