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The Sky Is Falling And I Want My Mommy

The Sky Is Falling And I Want My Mommy

30 Nov 1990
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Arguably the best album that Biafra has put his name to since the Dead Kennedys imploded after "Bedtime for Democracy" (and yes I do know about the great stuff he did with Lard and Tumor Circus) here he teams up with Canadian weirdos NoMeansNo for a solid eight tracks pickled with vhis usual vitriol and sacasm. Musically is where this exceeds other collabs with the kinetic rhythm of the Wright brothers producing songs that are never less than interesting the monstrous bass playing up there with any one and the drums adding a loose jazziness. "Jesus Was A Terrorist" and "Ride the Flume" probably most resemble DK with with an added bass muscle, while "Bruce's Diary" is augmented by fruity horns and the sub-nine minute "Chew" is just noisy genius. But then what else would you expect from Uncle Jello?
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A mixture of one of the best punk frontmen of all time and the best band to ever come out of Canada. I first heard this in 1991 whilst at 6th form and I fell in love with it. To me the two best songs are 'Jesus was a terrorist' and the fantastic 'The Myth is Real Lets Eat'. This was the album that got me into NMN in a big way and I have never looked back. This CD is a must for all fans of JB or NMN. If you are a fan and don't own it, then you're not a fan.

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Andrew Bridges
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Nomeansno with Jello Biafra a match made for any listener of alternative tentacles bands. Jello's vocals work so well with the kind of zany guitar riffs and drums, I wouldn't say this album is the best work of either Biafra or Nomeansno but it is defenatly something worth listening to and if you are a Biafra fan you will have to get this. The best track on the album is without a doubt "chew", it may be kind of crazy and repeatative but it's so catchy, it will be in your head for days.
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