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Lubricated Goat / Great Old Ones, the
Album:Great Old Ones, the Collection:General
Artist:Lubricated Goat Added:May 2004
Label:Reptile Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2004-06-21 Pull Date:2004-08-23 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:Aug 15Aug 8Jul 25Jul 18Jul 11Jul 4Jun 27

 Recent Airplay
1.Jun 27, 2009:Bloodstains Across Atherton-The Don Knotts Hour (then the Charles N. Reily Hour)
You Remain Anonymous
4.Aug 06, 2004:Bloodstains Across Atherton
Snap Out of It
2.May 24, 2008:The Twilight Zone
Cannibal's Lament
5.Jul 23, 2004:Multiple Personality Disorder
Spoil the Atmosphere
3.Aug 13, 2004:Multiple Personality Disorder
Spoil the Atmosphere
6.Jul 20, 2004:The Literate Pop Fans
Nerve Quake

Album Review
Ragnar of Ravensfjord
Reviewed 2004-07-18 
Ah yes - the Lubricated ones! These crazy Aussies were serious overlooked in the 90’s. Stu Spasm & co. re-recorded some of their best tunes over their 4+ LPs. They don’t necessarily improve the tunes per se, but there’s they still sound fresh & serious rockin’ & fucked up. L.G. mixed up Killdozer, early Alice Cooper and other 70’s hard rock and gave that killer Aussie r n’r vibe that should be implanted in your brain by now (ex: AC/DC, The Saints, et. al.)
((((1)))) Not quite as awesome as the original (which appeared on the classic “Dope, Guns and Fucking In The Street” Vol 1. I think the mention of “cock & balls” here ain’t an FCC ‘cause it’s not talking sexual - it’s about how it’s frying in the electric chair. Anyway, mid-tempo 70’s hardrock/punk action.
(((2))) More 70’s hard-rock with a bit of a Bonham/JP Jones-laden funk action. Not really their best tune but still very entertaining.
(((3))) Basic mid-tempo hard rock/dirty 70’s punk with squealing guitars. Ugly vocals & catchy choruses & riffing.
(((4))) Another case where the original is better that this re-make. Still, this is a nice plodding sort of funky yet stompin’ rocker.
(((5))) Tweaked out guitar noodling.
((((6))) a really catchy & rippin’ vibe. This was orignally done by the excellent side band he had with his (then) wife Kat Bjelland of Babes In Toyland & Judah Bower of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Awesome stuff!
((((7)))) Some tight riffing & guitar wailing if you like anything that’s loud & rockin’ - then you SHOULD like this one!
(((8))) Weird very Aussie tale (mentions “chips” and “poofta”) of some one who is...well, very unpopular (FCC 1:14 “get fucked”) rhymic wild-ass stuff with a few slices of riffing that sound like the theme to the movie “Halloween”.
((9)) This one’s conceputally funny but nothing too interesting muscially. 70’s heavy rock but not in a good way.
((((10)))) One of their best tunes. Super-killer Stooges/early Alice Cooper uptempo number. Rockin’ as fuck!!!
((11)) Basic shuffle-pattern tune, kind of like a so-so Stooges outtake.

Track Listing
1.Bad Times 6.Snap Out of It
2.Spoil the Atmosphere 7.You Remain Anonymous
3.Nerve Quake 8.Jason the Unpopular
4.Stroke 9.Cannibal's Lament
5.Frotting with Ennio 10.Play Dead
 11.Your Fading Out