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Old 08-17-2013, 05:24 PM
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Gluey Porch Treatments
Released: November 20th, 2000
Label: Ipecac

Line-up:
Buzz Osborne Ė guitar, vocals
Matt Lukin Ė bass, vocals
Dale Crover Ė drums

1. Eye Flys
2. Echo Head/Donít Piece Me
3. Heater Moves and Eyes
4. Steve Instant Newman
5. Influence of Atmosphere
6. Exact Paperbacks
7. Happy Grey or Black
8. Leeech
9. Glow God
10. Big As a Mountain
11. Heaviness of the Load
12. Flex With You
13. Bitten into Sympathy
14. Gluey Porch Treatments
15. Clipping Roses
16. As It Was
17. Over from Under the Excrement
18. Echohead (Demo)
19. Flex With You (Demo)
20. Donít Piece Me (Demo)
21. Bitten into Sympathy (Demo)
22. Exact Paperbacks (Demo)
23. Glow God/Big As a Mountain (Demo)
24. Heaviness of the Load (Demo)
25. Happy Grey or Black (Demo)
26. Heater Moves and Eyes (Demo)
27. Gluey Porch Treatments (Demo)
28. Eye Flys (Demo)
29. Clipping Roses (Demo)

I didnít like Gluey Porch Treatments in its original incarnation so why would I want to hear eleven demos of the same songs? I donít, so I never bought this. I have mixed feelings about their work with Ipecac and Iíll get more into that in the second half of this thread. But this release can be seen as a beginning of a new stage in the Melvins career. A stage where theyíre allowed to release pretty much anything they want. And it hasnít always yielded great results.
Best Song: Gluey Porch Treatments
Rating: 1.5 out of 5
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