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Humpty Dumpty Lsd

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69 minutes of previously unreleased or hard to find material, from original master tapes.


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 18, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1982
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Latino Bugger Veil
  • Run Time: 69 minutes
  • ASIN: B000068FWS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #269,706 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S Shepark on December 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
For those that know and love the surfers as the most brain bending, soul-chewing outfit EVER - you rock. For those that put on Humpty Dumpty or Locust Abortion and think "I don't get it". Give it up!!! You never will!!!! I love and adore this CD just as I love and adore the surfers and always will. I'll continue to support them no matter what choices they make in the studio. They are dangerous and squishy and brilliant technicolor reaching sharply out at you in a musical world full of blank, flat, harmless snoring.

My only sorrow regarding the surfers is that in about ten years the rest of the world is going to catch up their first four CDs (plus this one) and there is going to be an ENORMOUS Surfers revival. Just wait and see. It may take twenty years. People are fairly dense. Just turn on the radio and listen. Listen in any "trendy" coffee shop. It's the most inert, harmless, lifeless blah stuff. No risk. No daring. Very dour and downbeat and "cool". A lot of posing by the camera-ready lead singer, hair immaculately coiffed. Jesus. Excuse me while I blow my brains out.

Anyway, this album is brilliant and you should buy it immediately. Don't even think. Just buy. Click and buy. I promise you won't be sorry. I loved the songs on here. The surfers have an amazing way of blending punk, metal, psychadelics, and trance into the most exquisite, beautiful package. I love the eastern feel to some of the songs. Some, in particular "All Day" have a legitimately spiritual feel. I would say the weak points to the CD "Concubine" (just feels too incomplete) and "Eindhoven Chicken Masque" which doesn't really feel as much like a surfer song.

Buy this album!! You won't be sorry!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cody on June 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Humpty Dumpty LSD is the best Buttholes album since Hairway to Steven. It contains several rare and unreleased tracks that are sure to bring a tear to any Tejass drunk rock fan. Guitarist Paul Leary adds vocals to many songs and Daniel Johnston also appears on the album. Songs such as Just a Boy and I Hate My Job will take you back to the good ol days of punk. My personal favorites are 100 Million People Dead, a track that originally appeared on the P.E.A.C.E. compillation album, and Earthquake which originally appeared on Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye, a tribute to the late Roky Erikson.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gunther Haagendazs on November 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Many people have called this collection of Butthole Surfers Rarities "an album that sounds like it was between Locust Abortion Technician and Hairway to Steven". That a perfect definition of Humpty Dumpty LSD because it sounds exactly like that. Released in 2002, for a moment it seems like they started using drugs excessively again, Theresa rejoined the band and they started jumping around stage again. I hope this won't be the last rarities release as they certainly have more then enough material to make a Humpty Dumpty LSD volume 2, 3 or 4. I've read in an interview that was made shortly after Independent Worm Saloon that they had over 300 songs that were recorded but weren't released on any records. The Surfers had always found time to record while they weren't touring and this guarantees that there is even more material these guys have hidden away. Although half of the material here is Instrumentals, it makes perfect sense considering mush of it isn't actually complete.

This is definitely not the best place to start with the music of the Butthole Surfers. I would say that it would be best to have at least two albums from their 80's era before deciding upon this. Something that is interesting though, on the Vinyl versions, there are 2 bonus tracks, Sinister Crayon 9which later made it to the Butthole Surfers/Live PCPPEP re-release) and Sherman, which I haven't had the pleasure of hearing yet. Here is a breakdown of the album so you will know what to expect.

1. Night of the Day 8/10: A lot of people don't like this and consider it a throw away track, but if you listen closely and pay attention to what is being said, it is hilarious and perfect, also the music is relaxing.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Burke on July 21, 2002
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If you are a Surfers fan and loved them live and on record, and suffered through the radio friendly 'Electric Larryland' and that more recent abomination, 'Weird Revolution' and its references to pop hack Dr. Timothy 'let's all put on flashing glasses and pretend we're on drugs' Leary, then you are truly in a rotten state. Remember the good ol' Surfers? Remember that music that twisted your brain? The atonal sounds and pounding drums and sonic assaults that made your parents run screaming from your closed bedroom door like scalded dogs? 'Humpty Dumpty LSD' is a return to the vaults for little tidbits of joy to make you forget that the last two albums were little more than disco (what else is techno?) with the BH name stuck on them. Relax. Reminesce. Curl up with your loved ones and put this little firecracker in the CD player. Enjoy! There is little else to say. This is the real Butthole Surfers that I have known and loved for years and saw live on occasion (I still have flashbacks). I cannot recommend it enough for those of you who, like me, wondered if somehow Gibby Haynes decided to become Depeche Mode. Look Mommy, the paint on my walls is peeling...
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