Tuesday, August 12, 2014
What also added to the oddness is the disparate natures of the members themselves and their divergent perceptions of the workings of the band and even discrepancies about time itself. They each have their own quirky natures and they are all more than willing to share their eccentricities. Why would I expect any less from one of the most irreverent yet infectiously melodic punk bands? It's a complicated podcast and I'm not sure if it's even completely listenable, at least in one sitting. But I worked hard, while busy here in Japan, being a Wizard, and I think the finished product helps to show their importance in the punk scene. They were vitriolic, humorous, stupid, offensive, insane, self-centered, childish, intelligent, passionate, and incredible at writing the shortest catchiest profane songs out of any punk band I liked.
Angry Samoans' Back From Samoa
I'd also like to thank Jeromy Corp and Stewart Jones for supporting this podcast, Landon Gale-George for putting me in touch with Metal Mike and Bill Vockeroth, and Jason Brow for his hard work editing the interviews.
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