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Their contribution: Spent
1 part Jesus Lizard, 1 part Alice Donut, 1 part Black Sabbath, 1 part Charles Mingus, 1 part Black Flag, 1 part Butthole Surfers; add alcohol and LSD. Stir – Maximum Rock’n’Roll
Combining all-out thrash/punk with a lone soulful trumpet, Geezer Lake is as likely to use taped B-movie dialogue as snarled homemade vocals. When the playing is slow, this music can be beautiful and haunting, and when the band heats up, it’s like an elephant stampede. – Stay Free
North Carolina band that was active in the 90s and included Chris Clodfelter, Jim Clodfelter, Eric Shepherd, Harrison Cannon and Scott Irving.
Scott Irving currently records as Clang Quartet and his albums came out on such labels as RRRecords and Silber Media.
Field Blister 7″ (D-Tox, 1991)
Geezer Lake / Drunken Boat Split 7″ (D-Tox, 1994)
Songs From The Watering Hole 7″ (Squealer, 1994)
Feet In Mud Again (D-Tox + Mudd Industries, 1993)
Hearts Won’t Try This (Shikansen, 1995)
King Frost Parade (Thick, 1996)
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