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Old 01-26-2009, 10:47 AM   #11 (permalink)
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If Jim Martin is part of it I will shell out the $500 airfare just to see them.
Honestly, I probably would as well.

Very cool news. The atmosphere alone would almost make it worth the trip.
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Old 01-26-2009, 05:25 PM   #12 (permalink)
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This is a pretty good point. Mike Patton seems like he's so busy all the time I'm surprised he'd be up for something like this. Unless maybe he isn't and they're getting Chuck Mosely instead.
i wouldn't be surprised by anything the band tries to pull. i could see them trying to tour with mosley but i highly doubt it would be more than a one off event with patton.

last i heard was patton was working on a new fantomas disc which was supposed to be an entirely solo electronic project this time around. with the attitude he presents towards the past i'd be really surprised to hear he's putting aside a current project to fellate the corpse of a long dead 'paying the bills' band.

also. where's the source for this rumour? i suppose the fact that patton is slated to perform with rahzel is enough for the fanboys to start frothing at the bit.

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Old 01-26-2009, 06:33 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I would not go if it were free... I didnt like this band all that much... darn i was always told if i didnt have anything nice to say dont say it
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Old 01-26-2009, 06:56 PM   #14 (permalink)
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i wouldn't be surprised by anything the band tries to pull. i could see them trying to tour with mosley but i highly doubt it would be more than a one off event with patton.
might not be too late to call old chuck after all...
Heh. The more I think about it the more I bet Roddy Bottum wouldn't be interested in a reunion either. So I'm having visions of a reunion lineup being Billy Gould and Puff with Chuck Mosely on vocals, Jon Hudson on guitar, and some random 23 year old hired gun on keyboard.
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Old 01-27-2009, 03:16 AM   #15 (permalink)
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yeah i'm thinking the closest people got to a patton-era FNM reunion was when he did some shows with the dilinger escape plan and pulled out this gem



i would have preferred ****lobber but whatever.
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^ Malpractice?

I kind of figured it wouldn't have happened; even if everyone else would do it Mike still has his head so far up his ass he can't see that nothing he's done post-FNM is good comparatively speaking.
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I kind of figured it wouldn't have happened; even if everyone else would do it Mike still has his head so far up his ass he can't see that nothing he's done post-FNM is good comparatively speaking.
You are obviously on crack if you think that, but I agree he probably wouldn't do a reunion.
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i would have preferred ****lobber but whatever.
That's pretty sweet. I'm a fan of "Jizzlobber" as well but "Malpractice" is pretty damn good too.
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^ Malpractice?

I kind of figured it wouldn't have happened; even if everyone else would do it Mike still has his head so far up his ass he can't see that nothing he's done post-FNM is good comparatively speaking.
yeah that's malpractice.

i disagree that it's a matter of patton's head being up his ass though. he's always had a negative attitude towards mainstream rock cliches and what's more cliche than a seminal band coming back together for a reunion? no band EVER reunites for more than a one-of show for any other reason than money.

if he actually did have his head up his ego's ass he'd likely do the reunion to teach today's kids what 'good' rock music is about. just like what the eagles and the doors did in the last few years.... at least patton has the guts to keep pushing the envelope when he really doesn't need to anymore.

he obviously doesn't hate the old material if he's willing to do random tracks here and there, but FNM has always been the bill paying band. it was his day job while he pursued his own interests with mr. bungle (you must have noticed the shirt in the 'epic' video). the attitude was rather clear in interviews during the early 90s as well.

unless ipecac records starts hemorrhaging money really bad i really don't think we'll ever see a patton lead FNM reunion.
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