5 Albums That Changed My Life – Buzz Rodeo

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Overblown finds itself thinking just what is a Buzz Rodeo? It kind of sounds like a game from the 80s that one would play in an American bar. You know the thing. You get up on an electronic bucking bronco and hold on for dear life. The twist here, is that when you fall off you get ‘buzzed’ (electrocuted that is) and if you win you get free alcohol! So, you also get buzzed. We’re going to copyright that.

Buzz Rodeo is also a trio from Germany that indulges in a very angular, noise rock/post punk that is as heavy as it is dissonant. If you are unaware of them, take a listen above. They recently also took the time to tell us all about five albums that changed their lives. In their own idiosyncratic way. Read all about that and listen to some absolutely classic music below. You won’t regret it.

5. The Jesus Lizard – Liar

perfect perfect absolutely mindblowing musical education lesson. David Yow, Mac Mc Neilly, Duane Denison, David WM. Sims rolling machine, great guitars, best Bassound ever,best drum hour – timeless, wonderful.

4. Devo – Freedom of Choice

Best new Wave Actors with nice Caps and Spastic spinal paralysis. We are Devo, uncontrollable Urge, freedom of choice on planet earth.. yeah!

3. Polvo – Today’s Active Lifestyles

Detuned layers of guitar fragments doing the Pop thing. Chapel Hill Kings of inclined Harmony on their way to the Top of the Underground Heaven.

2. Shellac – At Action Park

Angular, rocket guitar Sounds doing the Rock Thing with plenty of nice sausages on it. Hot Plate of Rock`n Roll disaster.

1. Gang Of Four – Entertainment

High Treble Funk Guitar combined with the spirit of the Punk Movement. John Peel’s goodness guys out of Leeds UK.

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