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May 29, 2008

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dorf

i think something is wrong with the file, i'm getting insane feedback when trying to play it after download.

dorf

scratch that, you fixed it.

jeff

now we're moshing...

thanks bt!

mike lupica

Amazing detail: Drummer Chris Moore has more recently whacked the skins for WFMU uber-volunteer and songwriter Pete Galub in his fine band The Annuals. http://www.myspace.com/petegalub

Lupica, again

Also, Negative Approach's cover of Iggy's "I Got a Right" is far and away the most blistering version ever done, laying waste even to the original as far as I'm concerned. I don't know if there's a studio version out there, but the live rendition on N.A.'s "Total Recall" CD is amazing -- John Brannon reduces entire sentences to mere syllables like none other.

jeff

Negative Approach's cover of Iggy's "I Got a Right" is far and away the most blistering version ever done...

backed

bartleby

Nobody can ever claim this band was not truthfully named. Fortunately we now live on a prozac contaminated aquifer. Looking forward to watching/listening to this when I get home. I can't tell you how many times I played this band on my cheesy hand-me-down turntable, the speakers on either side of my head like earphones.

Nate K

I can't expect everyone I'm friends with to genuinely like Negative Approach, but I'd probably have a hard time hanging with someone for too long who couldn't see how genuinely powerful this action is. Brannon's vocals are still so nuts, band's tight as hell, OP sounds like a machine. Killin' it.

Todd

Love the old N/A stuff, but for my money (now that im 38..) Ill take Easy Action any day of the week

They f'ing smoke

devil dick

NA were the kings and they still sound sick today. thanks for this post.

Clifford

oh my, this is so good! thank you. i used to listen to their first ep all the time. i can't believe brannon's voice could be even more harsh than it ever was.

Brian Turner

This is pretty awesome:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUiBmkOUGkE

sid bators

it's delights me to no end that even in my mid-40's listening to NA still makes me want to punch someone in the face.

jeff

the youtube link leads to other negative approach awesomeness. thanks...

Magas

This video rules! N.A., Easy Action, Laughing Hyenas all rule very much! I have very fond memories of seeing the Laughing Hyenas many, many times! They were gods in our town (Ann Arbor) and pretty much everywhere else. The kids need to know!

sohbet

NA were the kings and they still sound sick today. thanks for this post.

sohbet

the youtube link leads to other negative approach awesomeness. thanks...

BHS

Didn't realize they played WFMU but this is all kinds of awesome awesomeness as was their Southpaw show. Best part of the video is Brannon browsing the lyrics on a music-stand like some sort of torch singer but then again isn't that what he is? He's definitely a national treasure.

sohbet

Thank you admin

Jhonny

it's delights me to no end that even in my mid-40's listening to NA still makes me want to punch someone in the face.

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