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The Feederz are a punk rock band, originally from Arizona. They are known for their controversial song "Jesus" (aka "Jesus Entering from the Rear"), which was featured on Alternative Tentacles' infamous Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation, and for their provocative album covers. The Feederz have strong Situationist tendencies, verging into communism and anarchism. Their songs were highly critical of government, consumerism and religion.
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The Feederz new album is just as good as their other classic albums Ever Feel Like Killing your Boss? and Teachers in Space. Frank has not mellowed out one iota with age. His music is just as loud and offensive as ever. Just read the lyrics to Aborted Jesus, a song that's more blasphemous than Jesus Entering From the Rear from the classic compiliation Let Them Eat Jellybeans (a symphonic version of Jesus is on this album). If you're a fan of the other Feederz album, then but this album.
The Feederz were formed in 1977 by Frank Discussion and Clear Bob (Dan Clark). Before performing publicly, the Feederz issued a press release which the local media mistook as a terrorist communique. At their first show, Frank Discussion caused a panic by firing blanks from an AR-15 assault rifle into the audience. In 1980, the band released their first recording, a 4-song EP Jesus. In Situationist style, the album sleeve was covered in sandpaper. In 1986, Teachers In Space was released with Jayed Scotti replacing Peligro on drums. Drummer Jayed Scotti was art partners with Winston Smith and created album art for bands such as the Dead Kennedys, MDC, and Crucifucks. The cover of Teachers in Space featured a photo of the Challenger disaster.
In 1986, Teachers In Space was released with Jayed Scotti replacing Peligro on drums. Later in the decade, Discussion again disbanded the Feederz but by then their orbit of influence had expanded, for among their many fans was Kurt Cobain. The Feederz reformed in 2002 and released Vandalism: Beautiful as a Rock in a Cop's Face. This lineup included Ben Wah on drums and Denmark Vesey playing bass, both from Seattle. They toured throughout 2003.
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Vocals – Luna Fish Discussion
|A7||Intermission (Time For A Snack!)||1:05|
|B1||Taking The Night
Drums – Samsonite Warriors
|B3||You're So Stupid||1:23|
- Recorded At – Peter Miller Studios
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Jayed "El Gecko" Scotti*
- Engineer – Peter Miller
- Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Bass, Other [Subvertisements] – Frank "Kitty Boy" Discussion*
NotesRecorded at Peter Millers Studios, San Francisco.
Includes lyric insert, "Just Say No!" insert and sticker insert
When in shrinkwrap, there's a round sticker apposed on the shrinkwrap that says "Contains 1 of 12 Collectable Bumper Stickers Courtesy of The Feederz Office of Anti-Public Relations."
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