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Rembrandt Pussyhorse (Remastered) Vinyl LP - PRE-ORDER

MatadorSKU lp-14849

Texas psychedelic punks' 1986 sophomore album, remastered
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"We are pleased to announce that Matador Records will reissue a number of key catalog titles by legendary Texas band, The Butthole Surfers, recorded during the band’s strange, grotesque, and ultimately unparalleled first decade. All of the records have been remastered under supervision from the group. The early-mid ‘80s had their share of insane combos -- The Birthday Party, Black Flag, Minor Threat, SWANS, Einsturzende Neubauten, Big Black, Sonic Youth... The Buttholes shared elements with all of these groups, but added an insane psychedelic edge and a propensity for bizarre spectacle. And while the recordings are not the fully immersive experience of the Buttholes in concert, you may still feel as though you’ve fallen down a rabbit hole the size of Texas itself. By the time they started touring to preview and then support the revamped version of Psychic... Powerless... Another Man’s Sac, the Buttholes’ live show was a berserk, evolving extravaganza of strobes, smoke, clothespins, naked dancing, bullhorns, raving lunacy and music that was as madly mind-blowing as that of any band who ever lived. Another Man’s Sac was also wildly advanced over the previous records. Parts of the LP swaddled their punk edge inside so much oink and babble you almost couldn’t discern it, with other segments stretching out into a mutant form of garage blues, and others just swirling out of control. This evolution continued on Rembrandt Pussyhorse, which featured a set of tunes for which the Buttholes’ rock-based form destruction was mixed with experimental, tape-mangling passages of many flavors. Haynes was handling all audible vocals by this point, and his mastery of post-tongue dynamism was finally in full flight. Meanwhile, their live shows became legendary examples of excess and derangement, and their music just kept getting louder and stranger and more savage. It was the diametric opposite of the hardcore scene from which it had emerged, which was heading in ever more codified and stylistically conservative directions." - Matador

  • 1986 sophomore album, originally released on Touch And Go Records
  • black vinyl pressing (please note: actual pressing color and packaging may differ from mock-up photo)
  • remastered audio
  • original release year: 1986
  • music label: Matador 2024

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UPC: 191401205719

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