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The Bit - Melvins - Stag (CD, Album)


8 thoughts on “ The Bit - Melvins - Stag (CD, Album)

  1. The popular and influential American rock band TheÊMelvinsÊrecorded their eighth studio albumÊStagÊin A departure from their signature grunge style, the band explored new musical avenues on this record.. gram audiophile vinyl Includes Insert.
  2. Artist: Melvins Genre: Rock Release Date: 07/12/ Label: Music On Vinyl Catalog Number: MOVLP Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: Gram Silver Colored Vinyl.
  3. One of the groups more rock oriented releases, Stag is heavily inspired by psych rock, grunge and alternative metal. The sludge metal cuts here are absolutely massive as always and the rock tracks are definitely on the weirder side. They bring horns and a sitar.
  4. Freak Puke - Stag This album was done w/o Jared and Coady (off doing Big Business material), and features Trevor Dunn on standup bass. This lineup is refered to as 'Melvins Lite' and will apparently continue to release material in the future. Song to check out: A Growing Disgust. Everybody Loves Sausages - album with nothing but covers.
  5. Record label conflicts prevented the band from releasing any records under the name "Melvins", so the album was released with the band name written in mirror. The band returned to Atlantic one last time for 's Stag, which entered the Heatseekers chart at number Melvins were dropped by Atlantic Records in after three albums.
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs on Stag and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. Bass (full album), Guitars (tracks 1, 3, , ), All instruments (track 4), Moog synthesizer (track 9), Baritone guitar (track 13), Piano (track 13) Dale C: Drums (full album), Sitar (track 1), Guitar (tracks 1, 11) Bongos (track 7), All instruments (track 16) Guest/Session Dirty Walt: Valve trombone (track 3) Mac Mann: Organ, Grand Piano.
  8. Melvins - Stag review: If it was a person, it would be committed. Ok. First things first, “The Stag” is weird. It is a minor miracle that a major, mainstream record label actually released this, but such was the nature of the alternative 90’s when for a few years the majors did not have a clue what was going on and released anything as a result/5.

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