Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
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Actors: Brian Chippendale, Brian Gibson
Directors: Brian Gibson, Andy Puls, Ben Jones, Dare Matheson, Devin Flynn
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Animation
Dual formatted, double-dipped & extra whipped technicolor-laced acid flakes are on the table. 17 trips of sound & sights poured into k-holes of dubious dimension from Load bands & friends like LIGHTNING BOLT, NEON HUNK, WO... more »
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Head ache inducing
Justin | 03/26/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Crazy. Featuring the most insane animation you've ever seen with a wonderful soundtrack (that comes with the DVD) of some of the best noise punk from the likes of Lightning Bolt, Wives, and the legendary Pink & Brown. It gets better and better as you go through it (with the exception of one set which wasn't as good as the previous but still damn good) and climaxes with the biggest mind f*** you've never experienced. If you liked the animation of Paper Rad on The Power Of Salad then you need this. So, if you're looking for a good time and don't mind a pounding head ache, buy this now.
P.S. For extra painful goodness, watch with the lights off!!"
Take a break from polished and perfected experiences
ps181 | usa | 07/18/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I picked this up knowing nothing about Load Records. I had previewed one of the tracks and figured that anything sounding that crazy probably looked pretty crazy too. I was right. The music and the videos on this compilation range from insane to just cracked, anarchistically messy to just lazy, and trippy to more mundanely odd. The quality can be uneven, yeah, but there is more enthusiasm than money in this and that makes it all feel good anyway. There is a good range of styles that will expand what you associate with noise music, from dog-mounted cameras to paranoic synchronized cartoons. The last video is one of the trippiest pieces of op-art I've ever seen. If there is a flaw it is that some videos are better than others, and a bad video will make a song seem less interesting, but the audio cd (with the same tracks) makes up for that. If you were actually looking for this, go for it, you'll find something to enjoy."