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MR BUNGLE: The Weirdest Band Ever.

The Punk Rock MBA | April 2, 2024
MR BUNGLE: The Weirdest Band Ever.


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  1. @ThePunkRockMBA

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

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  2. @CasualPo4

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    The first Slipknot album (from 1996) was probably influenced by this band as well. What's strange is that other bands from that era found themselves from the crossroads of jazz and death metal too, but very much on their own terms (for example see Focus from 1993 by Cynic).

  3. @mausperson5854

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    Had the privilege to see so many great bands. Seeing these guys touring for Disco Volante and California tops almost everything else. Just missed the Bunny tour in Aus, more's the pity… But still fell like I scored well on those two shows. Met Mike… I should have taken way less acid as I was a blithering fan boy. Oh well.

  4. @youarenotcool8926

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    Not at all trying to sound like a "beautiful weirdo" or "ultra-hip connoisseur" but, Mr. Bungle always made sense to me in the way that I never tried to make sense of them. I just appreciated what they did and the talent behind each member of the band, and the distinct sound of each album. Almost as if, "Hey, this is what these musicians might be doing in their free time while one quarter stoned, half drunk, three quarters tripped out, and fully inspired by their own influences. No one is asking you to like it. No one cares if you do or do not."
    Like watching a full solar eclipse. Sometimes you just need to appreciate it for what it is and its rarity.

  5. @LesActive

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    The best compliment I ever received about my drumming happened one night in Spokane, 1991. I used to play in a piano punk band called Itch. The main guy was classically trained on piano but had a penchant for aggressive punk and loved nothing more than coming up with challenging music and fucking around with the weirdest time signatures that were next to impossible to 'feel', I had to count out many sections and wrote notations all over my snare head. Anyway, after our set this guy comes up to me and says, "I recognise your playing, it's cool to see that costumes aren't left with Mr Bungle alone." I was like, 'what?' "I've seen you play with Bungle a few times!" I had to let him down that I wasn't Danny but if there was one band that I'd love to play with it would've been Mr Bungle. Ego went up a few notches that night.

  6. @bobby_w6

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    Mike Patton is a legend, but I don’t get what people like about Mr. Bungle. Total garbage imo. But hey, if you like it, you like it. Obviously a lot of people do. I just don’t get it.

  7. @bob_velseb783

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

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  8. @clintkaster6269

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    I dunno when the "first" of anything was but this stuff was all over the West Coast in the 80's. Portland had Sweaty Nipples and Wehrmacht around that time. I remember a crew of under-age girls that we used to sneak into Satyricon and those girls were INTO Mike Patton.

  9. @djfloodmusic

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    Great video, but no mention of Trey's side project the Secret Chiefs 3? I guess it might be a deep subject to get into in this video about Mr. Bungle, but SC3 really shows how talented and worldly this band really is. Tomahawk is another noteworthy side project to mention.

  10. @michaelkobke8277

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    Man, what a nice human being Anthony Kiedis is …

    Anyway. Cool stuff!
    Might be just me but I am hearing a lot of Frank Zappa there. To me Mr Bungle are a little glimpse into what Frank Zappa might have done, had he continued making music throughout the 90s and tipped into Metal during the 80s.

  11. @jpmapachin

    April 2, 2024 at 12:28 pm

    I think a band who deliberately makes every song sound different from another makes fun of a band who literally releases the same album for 3 decades is at least ironic 😂😂😂

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