| || 01. Bl'ast! - The Power Of Expression, 1986 CD |
SST Records - SST CD 148
02. Bl'ast! - It's In My Blood, 1987 CD
SST Records - SST CD 106
1990 reissue with bonus = 11-13: School's Out 7''
03. Bl'ast! - Take The Manic Ride, 1989 CD
SST Records - SST CD 225
04. Gargantula - Infinitasm, 2004 CD
self-released - GM-01
05. Spaceboy - Getting Warm On The Trail Of Heat, 1998 CD
Frenetic Records - FR-005
06. Spaceboy - The Force That Holds Together A Heart Torn To Pieces, 2000 MCD
Howling Bull America - HBA017
07. Spaceboy - Searching The Stone Library For The Green Page Of Illusion, 2002 CD
Southern Lord - SUNN18
Lee Hollis had the Spermbirds|2Bad|Steakknife layer cake, Clifford Dinsmore has today's monumental totem of world class bunker hardcore and mental metal. I still have to discover his new band Dusted Angel. Bl'ast! was the dark, heavy beast who became an addiction to many, an impressive feat in an era dominated by speed and acceleration. Killer Bl'ast! rules the Eternal Zer Top Ten of hardcore. The nightmare continues. Now, Spaceboy could be a modernized torsion of Take The Manic Ride with more drugs: fifteen-dimensional songs with fucked-up things happening in and around the skeleton of the brain-melting progression of the death waves. Amazing gonzo triplazer! More addiction! And now Gargantula is another step in the Spaceboy direction of nowhere. This incredible assemblage of sonic flesh craft seals you on the inescapable orbit. You hit "play" again. In the parallel universe, they wear the crown of all things metal for the psych ward. Gonzamazing triplaquadrizer!
Bl'ast! vinyl rips might become available this summer if really needed. But really, because these CDs are perfect (Manic Ride sounds even better on the CD).
More Bl'ast! on Them Boners Be Poppin' (alternate versions of the first two songs from The Power Of Expression).
!ZER Bl'ast! Spaceboy! Gargantula! ZER!
Remove brackets and unzip: [take the manic zer]
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