Frenzal Rhomb hosts Rage (Transcription)

Lindsay and Jay
Lindsay and Jay
Audio only with subtitles

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Hello there, it's me Jay, and it's me Lindsay and we're from the friends of Rob band and we are programming all the songs on rage tonight
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We are grabbing rage by the horns, and we're riding it on down into the night
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Oh, that's what happens because I know heaps about
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Horns, yeah, we're gonna play a bunch of great stuff some some some local stuff some overseas stuff
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New songs old songs
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Songs that you think are absolutely rubbish, but we will defend with our lives. Yeah, it's gonna be good
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Yeah, be right
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I'm just gonna say from the outset that this is from Dall
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the bass player in the Frenzal Rhomb bands and
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100% not me
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boxcar racer I
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Had actually not heard of them before today. I just told him not to play blink 182. Is it blink 182 adjacent?
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I feel like it really is. I looked him up today. I was sickened anyway
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The next song is from a band whom features whom features
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Probably the greatest musician of all time. The band is boxcar racer
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And it's the brainchild of Tom DeLonge. It was better known from blink 182 and angels and airwaves loop holes
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Now loopholes they only recorded one album. What a shame, and it's the greatest single album by a band ever exclamation mark
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You can feel the roar emotion and improve musicianship improved music
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When you listen to the record and it certainly forced me to write songs influenced by this album
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You had a lot to answer for boxcar racer. You gotta try harder Dall
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This video is the opening song from the album
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And I know you'll love it as much as I do and this is me Jay Frenzel saying this
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Not a pre-written script from our bass player who likes so many crappy bands
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Here it is. I feel so by boxcar racer. I feel so
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I'm gonna set the scene the year is 1980 something or other and I'm sitting on a beanbag very much like this
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With my mum very much like this
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And we're eating homemade pizzas which were ham and pineapple because I was brought up in the Sutherland Shire
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We were watching the first ever concert that I ever saw on TV
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I'd never been to a concert. I never knew what a live concert was and it was the Whispering Jack John Farnham concert
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I can remember so much about it like the ridiculous
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Kita that David Hirschfeld was playing and Brecker said and the drummer Angus Birchell
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And there was a there was a Lindsay in the band too. I think on the bass or the vocals and they
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Anyway, it's John Farnham and pressure down this is the the live version the very first song at the start of
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Of the Whispering Jack live video. This is like this was as John Farnham had grabbed his
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Drowning career out of the sewerage and pulled it up him and Glenn Wheatley and a bunch of excellent songs and some bagpipes and other things
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And it gives us all hope that if you've got the voice of a gosh darn angel and some really good songwriters
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You can be anything you want to be. Thanks. Thanks for that
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You know, it's pressure down is the best song is better than your voice. Maybe not as good as ages reason
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So my wife is a massive metal fan so much so she could not care less about punk rock
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She thought that never had so much fun was a song by Pennywise and we first met
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I know it's alright. I want her over kind of but thanks for the riff section that helped a lot your riffs
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But anyway, I'm made in one of her favorite bands
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In fact so much so that when we got married
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Our first dance our bridal waltz was to blood brothers by by Iron Maiden
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So this isn't that song if you want to watch that it's on my Instagram of us dancing to blood brothers
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But this is fear the dark which is excellent
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By Iron Maiden live in one of their one million amazing live shows
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There's gonna be silly guitar moves
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You know that they do that thing. I think it's yannick that does the thing where he throws a guitar over his back like four times a song
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and really unmetal guitars because they all played like Stratocasters and
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Beautiful singing and and Bruce is gonna run around on stage like you know, he's checking the perimeter for enemies and
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If you sing fear of the duck, it's even funnier
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Oh, and this is also the um, this is like the beginning of crowds singing the riffs
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Oh, this is the crowds
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This is the song starts with the crowd singing the riff and that is like the best thing at all
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You write a riff and you might enjoy it if the crowd sings the riff and you're like, yeah, I did a man
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They're not singing they're not singing the lyrics. They're singing the riff
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So apparently we've got to play some of our songs
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Bad luck, but this is the first song on our brand new record cup of pestilence
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I wrote this song
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When I was doing a solo tour around the country with my acoustic guitar because I'm kind of a troubadour
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Yes, I was playing at a venue that I hadn't been to before and
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the promoter
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told me
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That it's the kind of place where drug dealers take their kids and instantly it painted a picture for me exactly
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I knew exactly what he was talking about and I thought
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Book me
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And I feel like that was exactly the instructions that the Fox Trotsky the guy that made the video clip got in his head to make
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Yeah, to get the animation to do the animation is perfect
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He did and recently we played at that exact same venue in the Frenzal Rhomb band and that same promoter was promoting the show and
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knew about the song obviously and just
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Begged us not to tell
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The name of the venue and the very first thing on stage
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We're not doing that. No, no this song is called. Let's meet at the place where drug dealers take their kids
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Not sure if you know this, but I'm a massive Grinspoon fan
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They would have become a massive band if they weren't on earth back in 95
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But that was just the push they received to get them ahead of the music industry, which they deserve
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Wholeheartedly, I feel like you're trying to be sarcastic, but you actually love grinspoon, but it's like doll
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I got a anyway
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They made me fall in love with the drop D guitar tuning and start writing heavy infused riffs like sound garden and Alice in Chains
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And this is me Lindsay Frenzel saying this and not doll whom
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Loves Grinspoon as much as I do
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This song is from their sophomore album. Yeah, I'd use sophomore which rips as much as my pants when I see them live
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Here it is
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Get bigger pants. You're out of the band secrets by Grinspoon. Sorry Phil
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More woolen gone gold or the first woolen gone gold depending on the order that this gets played in this is
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Scabs the shitest band in Newtown, but the best band in woolen gong
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Well, they don't even know if they really leave in woolen gong anymore so much. No, maybe not
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We get we gave we gave them some gigs earlier
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On and like in their life and we're just like blown away by a band that can be so crap
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But so good and we found a kindred spirit. Oh, yeah
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So good and this is a great song because it's really angry, but also pretty funny and
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Yeah, just excellent stuff feel good summer here in the dead of winter
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We're playing all the songs on rage tonight. We're the rage people from the Frenzel roms
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Jay and Lindsay. That's our band. Yee woo spin that jukebox there chicken person
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Where did we first hear or see being Jay Lane, I would have played with us a like the Goldie, baby
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I reckon the Gold Coast or Brisbane fantastic Brisbane band being Jane Lane
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Happened to record I'm a kind of a big shot producer here. We and I recorded some songs for them
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I called it this one full disclosure
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And they're great really great
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Melodies, I mean to be honest, I read the harmonies. So I can't say they're great at how many it's like it's it's pop punk
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But it's like not cringy. It's just it's just right on and fun and good
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Melodies are good. The harmonies. I'm not too bit much of a fan of but I love the way that they've put
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They've taken the gig off the end of the song name, but I haven't used an apostrophe. So it kind of leaves you hanging
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Oh, it's pretty red. I'm not the band name the song
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Dancing yeah, the song's called dancing that's I don't even think the word dancing is actually in the song at all
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But you can probably be dancing. Yeah, I think they were seeing my troubled town
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All right, was that what I thought that they were singing and I thought that's what the song should be called
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Anyway, he's being Jay Lane probably do late for production notes
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Another band very dear to my heart one of the very first bands that I went out to see live as a youngster and
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Changed my life the hard-ons
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Amazing sickly sweet beautiful melodies distortion loud as all get out
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Not a shirt between them not a shirt amongst them
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And a few different sort of lineup
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Changes over the years at the moment
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I've got Tim from the UMI band singing with them
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Ray and Blackie have this sort of undying belief in rock and roll and
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kept playing kept recording
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Still putting out amazing music. I had the fortune slash misfortune of recording
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366 songs with Blackie when he did his song a day project on a leap year on a leap year. So it's 366 songs
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Equal parts amazing for me as a massive hard-ons fan having him in the room with me and
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Horrendous that I had to spend that much time with one human and his amazing vanity project
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Now I'm lucky enough to share a studio with them there
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They always pay their rent on time
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And they've got a nice gear in the studio for us to look at yeah. Yeah. Yeah, and you I mean never use never never used it
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incredible band and
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This new song
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Apartment for two is the second record first on of the second record. I think they've recorded like two records in the last
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Very prolific bunch of dudes. Yeah, and yeah, just go back from Europe and
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Here they are with apartment for two
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Here is a band if you know, you know
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Coffin gotta hate people to say if you know, you know, that's like it's like saying it is what it is
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I think you're saying you hate me
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And I love this band. I love this band a lot that probably I reckon they're my favorite bands at the moment
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I feel like they almost died in the studio with them. No, no, no, they were good
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As I mentioned before big shot
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Produced bands all the time
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But we play with them a bunch first and they were we did actually they played with us
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At kangaroo rock when they were 13. So these guys have been a band
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They've been a band called coffin since they were 13
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Of course at that point maybe they didn't look up and see that there are about a thousand bands called coffin around the world
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So now they've changed the name to well at some point
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They're changing into children of Finland fighting in Norway a lot of dots all very awkward great band
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very aggressive amazing players
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But yet still have an ear for classic
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Australian rock and roll northern beaches of Sydney
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Beautiful human beings. Yeah, but don't don't creep up on them if they're sleeping in a park. No, no, we we came across them. They
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Arrived at our recording studio on a tour of the states. They had a half stolen van
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They were washing in rivers sleeping in parks with knives under their pillows and whatnot
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We took them in, you know, oh now they're doing very well for themselves. They've got all these fancy comforts like pillows
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You know all sorts of things a shower probably a shower somewhere between
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Lot of riffs. Anyway, new record is an absolute banger. This is the first single offer cut you off
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Yes coffin
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Man the KLF so good. This is like the ultimate in like career destroying genius
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You know to Scottish dudes with machine guns burning a million dollars a million pounds of cash and stuff
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And then they write these song. That's what they did. I've been a million dollars
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Okay, I'm fine, whatever
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And then I this and then they get Tammy Winnett to sing a song. This is like everything. This is the ultimate like acid dream
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Country meeting, you know rock and roll. There's Jimi Hendrix in there. There's
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Samples, there's like
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Wrapping it's just there's wrapping
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It's the KLF. This is awesome. Like you can just watch the whole KLF catalogue
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But don't because we got these other good songs playing but this is justified an ancient buyer for justified
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Ancients of Moomoo the KLF featuring Tammy Winnett of the Tommy Winnett band
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by the KLF
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If you're still watching can I say that we have just had the most disturbing news from the person on the other side of the camera?
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Disturbing and beautiful, but mostly disturbing
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Someone has recently brought life into this world a human life a beautiful human life and they have named that life
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It's a true story, which is absolutely terrifying for the parents and the child
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Yeah, only the child and kind of for us because we're kind of that means everything that happens in this
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Nominatively determined life. Yeah, because of the name friends. Let's kind of come back. We are complicit
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Yes in the downfall of this human. We've known quite a few dogs named Frenzel
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But never a human. Yeah, so this is quite confronting and we'd like to you to we'd like to say happy birthday to you
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Happy 21st happy 18th
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Congratulations on your beautiful wedding to your beautiful partner and we'd like to give condolences to the family of friends
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Oh, yeah, and if there is some value out of jail
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We will not be of any assistance at all. But anyway, you're also watching rage
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Gordie Foreman here from Frenzel rom
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This was the wedding dance tune for my wife and I back in 2000 and I forget it's Jerry fucking Rafferty
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He grew up in Paisley, which is about 30 minutes west of Glasgow in Scotland
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Yeah, I think he needed to put Scotland
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My parents grew up in Glasgow, Scotland
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And I spent two years getting up to no good around Paisley Renfew and Urskine as a newly christened teen
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Due to my brother living there. So maybe that's why I'm not choosing embarrassingly awful shit like Dal is
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I mean, Dal can't be here to defend himself. Can I show you what Gordie is texting us these notes in?
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he has written it typed it up on his Apple computer and then he is
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Taken a photo of the screen like he's your dad trying to show you a funny meme
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It's his first day. Yeah. Anyway, this is Steelers wheel
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Hello there you are up probably way too late watching the
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Friends of rumband well two of us. Yeah, one important guys. Yeah, obviously the bulk. Yeah
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Couldn't even make it. I didn't actually better sitting over there, but it's rage. Yeah, you're watching it. Just get in get inside it
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Private wives from Wollongong his town not said
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Private wives are awesome
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They managed to somehow find that pedal that now we used to call it the Geelong
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Dancer come out of Geelong or has some effects pedal that made them sound absolutely sick
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Well, Wollongong is the Geelong of New South Wales. It is and they also have a pedal. It's probably the same pedal
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It's probably called a big buff
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These guys use it very well new and
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They're a cool tight three-piece check them out. They're touring at the moment. Mm-hmm awesome band
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G'day there, it's me Jay. I'm Lindsay and you're watching the rage program
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We're picking all the songs. Yeah, so if you don't like them just write a letter address it up like a butt rose the ABC
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Mention something about woke culture ruining this country and put a little standpoint
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All right
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All right, so
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My wife has some very
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extreme sports people friends and there was this one person who
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It was into like bass jumping wing suit flying
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I'm really living out there on the edge and he always in my body worked at Macquarie bank as well
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That's gonna be part of the story. That's part of the story now. He always had it
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You know, he's very sort of anxious and kind of you know full of energy and then one day we saw him and he was just the most
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Relaxed person in the world. He was so just down to earth and centred and he's like, yeah
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I've just come back from a yoga camp. I'm teaching yoga now as well as working at the bank and doing the wingsuit flying and we're like
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Oh, wow, this is amazing. You know, you just seem so right there
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Yeah, he was just so relaxed and so with it and it was only later as we were leaving the party
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We're at walking down the stairs. He turned to us and said, um, do you guys want any ketamine?
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And so
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As soon as Jen told me that story, I was like, I have to write the song about yes
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It wasn't the yoga mate. No, it was the ketamine
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And so we did the song and then did a video and for the video he's got nothing to do with that
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It is just the most ridiculous
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horse fever dreamed
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Nonsense, I'm pretty sure Fox who made the video said
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If we get you guys in yoga outfits videos done
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And Gordy forgot to bring his outfit. So the outfit that Gordy's wearing the the pink and the turquoise. That's my that's my backup
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That's my spare. I got that in my house
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Hi, I'm Gordy form and from friends all wrong
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This song is frozen soul by a simulator or a simulator by frozen soul
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I grew up on late 80s early 90s death metal
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Then every fucking band went to morris sound studios or went tech and it started to bore the shit out of me
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So I stopped listening
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If every current death metal band took their cues from these dudes and just blatantly ripped off bolt thrower
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But with rad production everything would be sweet
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Also, I wish my bandmates weren't so insistent on playing pop punk or whatever the hell you call what we do
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I could handle playing double kick at 80 bpm all day cowards
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Love from gordy for me
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Have the pleasure of playing in a band. Um, thank you called. It's not your man. Um called the chinese birth unit
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And the drummer, uh, john irish is in an amazing
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Sydney if not australia's best hardcore band the world's best hardcore band of all time
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amazing stuff
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not scared of
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Guitar effects
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low was like different stuff delving into this psychedelic world
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Which a lot of hardcore bands are scared to do. They're scared. They're cowards
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Cowards, yeah, um cowards one and all uh, except for canine who are incredible, uh, and here they are with their song packed
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See we don't know about the meetings
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Careful here jason's about to get a little bit fanboy
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Did I mention I like the meanies
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I really like the meanies the meanies
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were a band that uh, ben
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First guitarist and I when saw a lot when we were youngsters
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We assumed that they had been around for 10 years, but actually they'd been around for about 18 months
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They had it so dialed in link meanie one of my favorite ever songwriters
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Um, he's got an ability to write these very interesting melodic twists, but still make it catchy and hooky
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I've said before but one of the biggest insults that he ever gave me was that he heard that there was this band
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That was ripping them off and then when he heard us he realized he was like you don't sound anything like us and I was totally shattered
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um, but uh
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Yes, the meanies were touring with them at the moment, which is amazing. I get to sing 15 times in a row
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And here is their
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Song jackal and hired of their most recent record, which is the best record that they've ever done
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And they've been around for like a hundred thousand years
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They're amazing
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Here's the meanies
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I'll take a listen
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We're gonna say about descendants
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One of my faves they were one of the early
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Sort of group of bands
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that uh
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Friend of ours used to go over to the states and bring back a milk crate one milk crate full of records
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And they were on the plane. Was that like hand luggage? You check it in mate. Wrap it up. You know the plastic machines
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And uh, yeah, we'd uh, she'd come back and um, basically that would be our music for a whole year
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There would be you know, your um, your bad religion and your screeching weasel and your face to face and descendants was a big part of that
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um, that group and
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You know, they were sort of not as
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Kind of jockey or something. Although like listening to it now. It's a little bit in cell
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Yeah, so I'm a little bit in celly a little bit. Yeah a little bit m r a but he didn't know any better
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He was a little nerdy teenager. Yeah, it's like the science degree and then when they split up
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We got to tour with the band all
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Um, which is how we met bill stevens and the drummer and then we recorded our last three records at his studio in colorado and
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Still love the descendants and here they are with i'm the one
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And this is like decades before milo started touring with like one of those camel pack water holders
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Stacked to his back when he's on stage so he can drink water at any time. Yeah, that's the dream. I'm gonna start doing that
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Milo you know something going on. Yeah
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That what a night what a night night of nights red letter night
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night to the person red letter night or is the only days it can be red letter days
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I think I feel like there were there was letters in the night. Um, you did a fantastic
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Thanks for being with us. It was really lovely. Um, we hate to sour things
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But now we are contractually obligated to play a number of friends or on video clips possibly every single video clip
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We've ever done which is horrendous. So some of them contain you running down a tunnel in the news
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Yeah, like more than I thought
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More numerous than I thought of those there's more of those. Um, anyway bad luck for that
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I mean, you can always just go to bed, which you probably shoot at this point
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It's not up. Come on push through push through push through
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No, no, it's gonna be better. There's more good things happening
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Trust me and then get up and you'll turn the tv on and we'll still be we will be
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Yes, you're gonna get up early. You're gonna get to work. Um, but uh, let's kick it off. Uh, with something off our high vis record
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um, I remember recording this song and um
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Bill Stevenson was saying I don't really know what that means
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You know, and we're like, uh, it's an Australian expression
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It just kind of means like, you know
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Anything that you sort of do to someone that's kind of mean spirited or something like that and he's like
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Oh, like a dick move and we're like exactly we call it the connect
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