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Jello Biafra And The Melvins

Sieg Howdy

Alternative Tentacles 350

Released on September 27, 2005


Like WWI had it's WWII and the Gulf War had its Iraqi Freedom, you can't expect an event of epic proportions to end without proper follow-through: hence, Alternative Tentacles presents the second installment from Jello Biafra and the Melvins! "Never Breath What You Can't See" (2004) fed the world, in alternating fistfulls, the MEVLINS' sonic brutality and Biafra's erudite lyrical jesting - and the world cried for more. "Sieg Howdy" features songs recorded during the "Never Breathe..." sessions, as well as remixes by Al Jourgensen (ministry/lard), Dalek, and Dale Crover (MELVINS). And you know that Biafra, the consummate record collector, would not even think of releasing another record unless it's good enough to stand on its own! It doesn't matter if you missed the boat the first time of if you couldn't get enough, the dominion of Jello Biafra and the Mevlins is from from over: be prepared yet again to let the most twisted minds in rock detonate your mind.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Halo Of Alies Voted #3  17%
2 The Lighter Side Of Global Terrorism (Extended Space Melt Version)  8%
3 Lessons In What Not To Become  8%
4 Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything) Voted #1  25%
5 Kali-Fornia Uber Alles 21st Century (Live) Voted #2  19%
6 Wholly Bun Bull  14%
7 Voted Off The Island  0%
8 Dawn Of The Locusts (March Of The Locusts Deadhorse Remix By Dalek)  6%
9 Enchanted Thoughtfist (Enchanted Al Remix)  3%
10 Caped Crusader (Subway Gas/Hello Kitty Mix)  0%
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Andy from Clearwater, FL 
Jan 15 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Jello is most definitely back. The Melvins sound great but Jello is the reason this works. It is worth a buy just for the song "Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)". It takes a big swipe at the his former band mates in the Dead Kennedys and the way things are in the scene through the eyes of a punk legend. Don't support the fake "new" Dead Kennedys if they come to your town. Stick with the guy who wrote the songs. The album would get a 5 but I feel a little cheated with it only having 10 songs.

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James from Oakland, NJ 
Oct 10 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

If you like the Jelvins first record, you'll probably like this one too. However, I'd say the first one is a little better, and if you don't have either I'd get that one first.

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Fat from Douglas, AZ 
Oct 4 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well it´s only 4 new songs,and 4 from the last record...kinda weird...but it´s great anyways,...a lot of DK hatred songs....well not really but´a great buy get it, don´t have to say´s Jello Biafra it´s good....

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Steven from Normandy Park, WA 
Apr 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

seriously wow

if you like dead kennedys, you'll like this, its basically like if the dead kennedys had funding, jellos just as great as ever, but the melvins do an amazing job musically, basically this is like hardcore punk/grunge its good though if you don't like grunge cause its jello biafra

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Andrew from Elmhurst, IL 
Jan 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I absoultely love the Melvins. With jello, who can this not be a killer release? It sounds more punk than metal grundge.Sounds Like earlyier "My war" by black flag. the songs are very dynamic and longer with amazing melodies. All melvins fans should get this.

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Blake from Southaven, MS 
Nov 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ive had this album for a week and i have listened to it so much i will be surpised if it makes it another week. if you like a little jello, are mad about the current state of affairs, and are mad at those chickenshit conformist known as eastbayray, klause flouride, dh peligro and the other one you need to buy this album serously buy it now

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Steve from Gwelup, Wa, Australia 
Oct 13 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another great release from Jello Biafra, I really like the more experomental, less 4/4/verse/chorus/bridge/verse stuff on this release.

Although, am I the only one whose copy has the tracks in the wrong order? "Kali-Fornia Uber Alles" is listed as track 5 on the CD, but it's actually track 7. Bizzarre ha?

I recommend this to anyone who's into the Dead Kennedys (duh) or other older style punk bands. There's even a few parts that remind me of Black Flag here, its all good. The remixes are quite interesting too.

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