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There was a club in Kazoo when I went to school there (90-94) called The Warehouse and Thurs was Industrial Night - I just got in contact with a chick who was the head bartender there and one I use to, well, see every Thursday for years - This music of course came flying back - I miss the days of being able to drink, smoke, snort, pill pop and dance all night then punch trunks til like 8am, sleep til 3pm the next day cuz it was a Friday and you had no classes - Sigh - Growing up sucks

The 2nd tune was my jam and I know there are a few old fucks that were once cool just like me on this site that remember these days

Tune 3 was my bedroom music - Ahhh, Tanna, how I miss those days



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WOW... I haven't heard Nitzer Ebb in a long time. That Total Age & Showtime were my favorite. Let's not for get Front 242, damn you bring back some memories!

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i think it's still there.
Connie was just talking about it when we were in Detroit a few weeks ago

I assume you are talking about dtown warehouse.. right?
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i think it's still there.
Connie was just talking about it when we were in Detroit a few weeks ago

I assume you are talking about dtown warehouse.. right?
In Kalamazoo (I went to the Harvard of the Mid-West, Western Mich Univ) right downtown by the railroad tracks - it was an old abandoned RR Warehouse that they turned into a bar - Around the corner from "Club Soda" where I first saw Rev Horton Heat play

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In Kalamazoo (I went to the Harvard of the Mid-West, Western Mich Univ) right downtown by the railroad tracks - it was an old abandoned RR Warehouse that they turned into a bar - Around the corner from "Club Soda" where I first saw Rev Horton Heat play
that brings back memories.
saw the rev with the melvins and zombie back in the early 90s
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i think that was those 3 together.. for some reason it's a bit fuzzy
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that brings back memories.
saw the rev with the melvins and zombie back in the early 90s
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i think that was those 3 together.. for some reason it's a bit fuzzy
I use to bartend at The State Theater in DT Kazoo - Much like a Aragon but bigger but not as big as an arena - 1990 - Chili Peppers had just released "Blood Sugar Sex Magic" - The Smashing Pumpkins had just released "Gish" (when Billy was still normal) and a small band out of Seattle that no one had ever heard of was the warm up band - I heard Vedder sing "Alive" when I was behind the bar and asked my bar back, "Who is this?" - "Pearl Jam or some shit, how the fuck am I suppose to know, do I look like a play bill?" - The Pumpkins showed up 30 mins late all in a blue dodge van that got rear ended as they were unloading - I was taking Vodka backstage to the RHCP when I saw The Pumpkins standing toe to toe in a forsome like cross formation staring at their feet and holding hands - Darcy played the whole show without ever moving from one spot and stared straight ahead - They sounded like shit as they never got to do a sound check

What a tour - RHCP - Pumpkins and PJ - Then, when the tour went out West, they dropped The Pumpkins and picked up Nirvana

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Man did I get nutty in the sheets to these tunes as well - It was when NIN was still cool as the 12 inch had just come out

Eye Piercings, White Chicks with Dread Locks and Black Nail Polish - BOING (it was an Era, fuck off)



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Man did I get nutty in the sheets to these tunes as well - It was when NIN was still cool as the 12 inch had just come out

Eye Piercings, White Chicks with Dread Locks and Black Nail Polish - BOING (it was an Era, fuck off)



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This is probably my favorite album from NIN.
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This is probably my favorite album from NIN.
The only one I have ever owned - Trent lost me when he covered Joy Division for the Crow Soundtrack - Why? - How can you touch Ian's shit like that?

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Then I was turned on to these guys by a little rich chick who went to K College in Kazoo as well and played for the Tennis Team - Loved to spend daddy's money to dance with the white lady if ya know what I mean - Freak is being kind - We hung out for about 3 weeks one summer but it was one of the best 3 weeks of my life as this chick was out every night hardcore - I could not keep up and could not keep missing work and school

Anyhow, we would get nuts to this music - She intro'ed me to these guys and I was blown away - She was also the only little rich girl to go to industrial night in a plaid skirt and white tee shirt - HAWT


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most of KMFDM still lives here I think
used to see Sascha out every once in a while

Billy and James from Smashing Pumpkins used to hang out by your place all the time.
Friend of mine was a bartender at D&B... So I was in there pretty often and they would always be playing South Park pinball a few times a week.

oh and Pretty Hate Machine was one of the greatest albums of all time.

You like TKK bug?
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James Iha is about 4 feet tall and Billy had a pad up in Lincoln Park - I think Darcy moved back to Michigan and Jimmy is lord knows where shooting lord knows what

TKK?

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oh.. and did you know that Chris Connelly is the manager of wreskless records now?
Soundgarden CC?

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My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult
disco trash.
if you're not into it already.. I'd venture to say you're gonna love it

I'll go find some in a bit
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Soundgarden CC?
http://www.chrisconnelly.com/bio/
Ministry
Revco
etc etc etc.

Founding member of a bunch of the Al projects

http://www.chrisconnelly.com/discography/
I'm sure you'll recognize a bunch.

He was early industrial royalty

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Remember when this guy discovered Heroin and changed his whole life style

I use to see Al out now and then and he always looked like he was far away from where his body was - Peppers Really was a Junkie


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if you're not into it already.. I'd venture to say you're gonna love it

I'll go find some in a bit
Dude - Juke Joint Jezebel was the shit - The chick I almost married (yes, i almost got married) in 1996 LOVED Thrill Kill and that shit played many times over our 2 years dating span

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http://www.chrisconnelly.com/bio/
Ministry
Revco
etc etc etc.

Founding member of a bunch of the Al projects

http://www.chrisconnelly.com/discography/
I'm sure you'll recognize a bunch.

He was early industrial royalty
Dude - Revolting Cocks were AWESOME


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Dude - Juke Joint Jezebel was the shit - The chick I almost married (yes, i almost got married) in 1996 LOVED Thrill Kill and that shit played many times over our 2 years dating span
and here I just zipped up an album for you to check out

figured you'd have to know them

I used to live a couple blocks from Levi
I wonder if he is still alive

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i zipped 13 above the night but i have.. err.. i think all of them (not the newest one yet)

13 above the night never was the famous one. it was before the crow thing (funny that they also did something for the crow after you mentioned the NIN thing) but.. it was always my favorite

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