Didn’t read that but that’s in Our Band Could Be Your Life as well I think. Either way, it’s a pretty well known story. This is from “Kill From The Heart”: [quote]The Bad Brains played in Austin, Texas with local legends the Big Boys. Things turned ugly after the show when HR discovered the Big … Continue reading Reply To: Bad Brains
Appearing at the Paradise in Boston on April 16th and Irving Plaza in NYC on April 17th.
After receiving a package from Reflections today, filling some holes in my Bad Brains collection (amongst others) I remembered I downloaded a nice unreleased & live collection by the Bad Brains on Blogged & Quartered yesterday. Totally forgot about it. If you don’t know about that site yet, you will remember about it after this: … Continue reading Bad Brains
Bad Brains: Band In DC documentary premiering at the SXSW 2012 Film festival next month.
I was pretty skeptical to say the least, but when “Into The Future” was put online, my skepticism slowly melted away…
[url=http://www.dangerousminds.net/comments/bad_brains_live_at_cbgb_1982_58_minutes_of_hardcore_bliss/]Bad Brains Live at CBGB 1982: 58 minutes of Hardcore Bliss[/url] For anyone who missed out on this.
Daryl Jenifer: All the things I’ve been telling you about the road and path of The Bad Brains, there was an era that lead into us discovering Rasta and Jah, and these things that were part of us being black and recognizing this part of our culture. Like with anything, say you’re a young Krishna, … Continue reading Reply To: Bad Brains
The Brooklyn Sessions Following a long year of touring with the Beastie Boys on the Licensed to Ill tour, Tom and Adam Yauch decided that they would do something different. That something would later turn into what fans today call the Brooklyn “Demos” or the Brooklyn “Sessions.” Brooklyn was formed around late 1987 or early … Continue reading The Brooklyn Sessions – Adam Yauch (Beastie Boys) & Darryl Jenifer (Bad Brains)
What can I say about this DVD? It has Bad Brains footage on it. One of the most important bands in hardcore ever.
Isn’t that production part of the charm too? I mean, I never thought of any Bad Brains recording as bad or anything. I do have to say though that I can’t listen to the last album. It’s like they recorded HR separately, while he thought he was recording some acoustic songs or something and then … Continue reading Reply To: Bad Brains
Those videos aren’t working anymore Teun. Glad someone replied to this Bad Brains post though 😉
[quote] He posted a picture on his Facebook(?) where he was holding a container bag that had the food in it that the Innocent cooked for them. He put a comment with it that said something along the lines of the food being disgusting and that they threw it away and they couldn’t believe that … Continue reading Reply To: Bad Brains
Has anyone read the Bob Mould (Hüsker Dü) biography? [quote]”When the Bad Brains stayed with Grant and his parents, they took Grant’s pot and left behind an antigay note. Some gratitude.”[/quote] [i]Bob Mould. “See a Little Light : The Trail of Rage & Melody”.[/i] (he is of course referring to Grant Hart, Hüsker Dü’s drummer, … Continue reading Reply To: Bad Brains
Rolling Stone have posted “Into The Future”, the title track of their new upcoming album. Check out the song on the Rolling Stone website
That DVD is amazing indeed – https://somewillneverknow.org/reviews/bad-brains-live-in-cbgb-1982/ Did you check that download in the first post?
Well, when I read that statement, I read that he says that 90 people being killed in Norway is nothing compared to the killing going on in the food industry. To me, and to a lot of people, that is lunacy. And very direspectful to the people involved in Norway. It’s the same as saying … Continue reading Reply To: Bad Brains
Too bad, because that DVD is great. This thread needs more replies.
Good to read that! Saves me from burning my collection 😉 As for the pitch thing, I’ve read that before. Don’t know why that happened though, it’s not like they needed the speed bump, do they? 😉