Sunday, June 15, 2008

The Dwarves-Horror Stories-Brutal Garage Punk

Their only good album, in my opinion,since I don't think
they knew how to record or anything. All of the songs are
recorded in the red, and well, that sound and style works.
I don't dig their later albums for the shock value, or anything so
stupid like having dwarves covered with blood on your new album
sleeve. Whatever. So what? Where's the music?
And I don't think doing a live set that last like 24 minutes is
really that cool either. And then dropping your mics,and instruments
on the floor after your set is that punky anymore either. Yawn.
But I do think this album actually has artistic merit.
This originally came out in 1985, on that wonderful Voxx Records label,
and I don't think anyone can really do "I'm A Living Sickness"
(that's a 60's garage song) better than these guys can.
Now that was a statement when I heard them do that song.
See for yourself.
http://rapidshare.com/files/118743523/The_Dwarves-Horror_Stories.rar.html




8 comments:

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Melvillain said...

Thanks.

Melvillain said...

Thanks.

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disengagementinc said...

rickdog-
I appreciate all the work that you have done (I am presuming on your own time) but I want to let you know that whenever I have tried to used it (both at home and at work) it has frozen my computer and in the case of my home p.c. I had to hard boot it back to life. So, I won't touch you site with a ten-foot pole.

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garage 66 & mojo repair shop said...

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disengagementinc said...

rickdog=
thanks for the response. I have downloaded gobs of stuff on rapidshare many many times and i've had my hardrive cleaned numerous times.
I download mp3s a hell of a lot and I downloaded 'horror stories' (thanks for posting) but i have never had a problem like when i open the chewbone (i just tried it and it happened again- the big freeze). As I said, you a great service and i have downloaded lots of stuff from mojorepair shop, but chewbone sucks, dude.

Graeme said...

Ah man, I love all of the Dwarves. Mostly the wonderfully offensive stuff. Haha

Thanks for the album. Another one in the collection. Dwarves are my favorite punk band of all time.