Saturday, June 7, 2008

"Make Me Vomit"


















Not pictured: Crockett and Tubbs.

20 comments:

DivaJood said...

Randal, where did you find this? I mean, this could have a place on the "Annoying Music Show" without even a liste - just based on the cover.

DivaJood said...

Oh, and there is always THIS lovely resource.

Bradda said...

Where's Jim Jones? He's around somewhere I know it...

Freida Bee said...

Bradda- He was the announcer on the Kay-Tel commercial.

Randal Graves said...

diva, I cannot divulge my sources.

And you really shouldn't put links that comical in your comments while I'm at work. Holy hell, those were insanely hilarious!

Black Sabbath's Sabotage is a masterful album, but yes, that cover is hideous. Only coked-out Studio 54 junkies should be seen in those dudes. I don't even want to talk about some of the other albums.

bradda, hmm, you might be right. The album, if I remember correctly, came out in the mid-80s, but there's a definite late-70s vibe hidden in there.

FB, as seen on TV!

okjimm said...

'as seen of TV'.....what's TV? I mean...is there a cure? Can I get TV through unprotected sex? Is there a vaccine? Is TV transmitted through toilet seat contact? Wowsers... I'm just having a beer and now I am all upset about this TV thingee. Gees, spoil my day or what!?

Unconventional Conventionist said...

Not Pictured: Kukla, Fran and Ollie.

Tom Harper said...

They look like a nice wholesome group that does cleaned-up "nice" versions of those awful rap and heavy metal songs.

Who needs NWA when you could have these fine decent people rapping "Heck With The Police (You're Doggone Right)"

And their a capella version of Pantera's "Five Minutes Alone" is just heartwarming.

susan said...

There's definitely something very disturbing about this image. I think I may have seen some of these people at work and they always frighten me.

Robert Rouse said...

Is it my imagination, or are two of these "brothers" actually women?

pissed off patricia said...

LOL "not pictured are crockett and tubbs"

b said...

I just thew up in my mouth!

okjimm said...

Ok. I'm ready for something completely different..even hockey.

Or heavy metal (or is it heaving metal)

Or maybe ..... a song?

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale,
A tale of a fateful trip
That started from this tropic port,
Aboard this tiny Ship.
The mate was a mighty sailin' man,
The Skipper brave and sure,
Five passengers set sail that day
For a three hour tour.

A three hour tour.

Dean Wormer said...

A couple of those brothers appear to be sisters.

Were they brothers at one time?

Angie said...

Remind me never to read your blog right before I head to bed again. The nightmares I anticipate this evening!

Swinebread said...

Make me vomit was their Punk album right?

Randal Graves said...

okjimm, come on man, you need to get a blog so you can drink, then post!

UC, ouch, I'm not sure the duds are that old!

tom, if it's good enough for Pat Boone, it should be good enough for anyone.

susan, anytime I post one of these albums, if I've disturbed someone, mission accomplished. Can I land on a carrier now?

robert, I think at least one is, probably two, possibly three.

POP, too bad one of them didn't have on an aqua blazer.

b, ha!

okjimm, dude, it was far too hot to surf the tubes. Thank beelzebub for electric fans!

dean, now you've opened a whole new can of disturbing.

angie, I'm not sure the other album covers are going to measure up. I should have saved this one for last!

swinebread, oh man, punk polka?

DivaJood said...

I dunno. The Schmenge Brothers did Power to the Punk People Polka a few years ago, it was pretty entertaining.

Distributorcap said...

so you found MY BAND's album!
LOL

Randal Graves said...

diva, I'm not sure whether to be thrilled or appalled!

dcap, you already posted your young man picture, you had that supremely groovy 'fro going on, far too cool for these jokers!