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Old 07-05-2011, 06:57 PM   #4271 (permalink)
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Just... listen. You can skip past the banter, but listen to this whole song. It is so worth it.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:51 PM   #4272 (permalink)
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Talking about this song earlier today made me think about this version, since it's been a while since I heard it, and it's one of my faves.
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Old 07-05-2011, 09:38 PM   #4273 (permalink)
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:09 PM   #4274 (permalink)
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:13 PM   #4275 (permalink)
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Jean Baudin has to be one of my favorite bass players of all-time. He, Les Claypool and Rob Wright are in my top.

edit: Listening to this one now:
"You can take em in the back room, use em as a broom, and while out riding my girls guts go vroom vroom vroom. When I'm in a race, and I need to be in first place, her guts will catapult me to my proper place."

"Bilbo! Fetch me my cane!" "What Has It Got In It's Pocketessess? Fat, Nasty Hobbit Cockessessess!"


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I agree dude. Claypool, Baudin, Victor Wooten, Sula Bassana, and Tony Levin are my top 5.

Love the drummer, and think Greg is only a notch down from Mike Patton in terms of ranges...

Are you familiar with Jean's side project, with the drummer Steve Sigaty, while NR was on hiatus circa 2000? Element of Surprise was the band name. Vocalist was meh, but I still sang along with a few. "Flip the Switch! When I say, GO!", etc.

Got me in the mood to listen to one of my favorites on that album, Shoes Don't Fit. Love that vibe.

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Old 07-05-2011, 10:48 PM   #4276 (permalink)
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:56 PM   #4277 (permalink)
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"You can take em in the back room, use em as a broom, and while out riding my girls guts go vroom vroom vroom. When I'm in a race, and I need to be in first place, her guts will catapult me to my proper place."

"Bilbo! Fetch me my cane!" "What Has It Got In It's Pocketessess? Fat, Nasty Hobbit Cockessessess!"


Aha! A Nuclear Rabbit fan! Look everyone, I'm not the only one!



I agree dude. Claypool, Baudin, Victor Wooten, Sula Bassana, and Tony Levin are my top 5.

Love the drummer, and think Greg is only a notch down from Mike Patton in terms of ranges...

Are you familiar with Jean's side project, with the drummer Steve Sigaty, while NR was on hiatus circa 2000? Element of Surprise was the band name. Vocalist was meh, but I still sang along with a few. "Flip the Switch! When I say, GO!", etc.

Got me in the mood to listen to one of my favorites on that album, Shoes Don't Fit. Love that vibe.

I have not listened to much outside of NR and Jean Baudin's solo album, which is interesting.


I have heard of EoS, but have not heard anything by em.

I remember hearing Nuclear Rabbit in the old days of MP3.com looking for bands similar to Primus. That was how I discovered them.
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Old 07-05-2011, 11:37 PM   #4279 (permalink)
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Jean's solo album is an exhibition of what is possible with bass as the only instrument for a whole album... Just him and an echo effect here and there. I think it's brilliant. I remember he played 2 or 3 songs back in 2004 but didn't write/finish the rest until a few years later. I'd forgotten all about it until I seen the record drop!

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