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Some of the weirdest, strangest, vile, wonderful, original, mega-talented music of all time

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Started: 11/17/2017 Category: Music
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Let's get together and have some discussions on some of the weirdest, strangest, completely gone from this universe, and most original that you have ever seen or heard as well as the most mega-talented. Originality takes precedence because in the music world it is the rarest of rare.
If you believe that I have not heard of a band or artist and they are original enough or super mega-talented for my ears to hear... send em this way!!!! And oh yes I am missing hundreds, if not thousands.
Of course there's more for RD2 as well as discussion in later rounds.
One simple rule is that grunge, the worst genre of all time, and Nirvana at #1 and Pearl Jam at #2 as being the worst bands of all time are completely out because that's not music.

Here's a few bands and artists that most assuredly belong on that list. Now I give you fair warning... they are NOT for everybody. But who knows? You may like this band or artist, but not the other, so skip through each of them if you are a lover of music...

- Melt Banana Chain Shot to Have Some Fun
- Melt Banana T for Tone
- Melt Banana Fetch
(one of the heaviest metal metal bands of all time with pip squeak vocals)

- Igorrr Cheval
- Igorrr Savage Sinusoid
- Igorrr Hallelujah
(clearly has one of the best drummers in the world Talking with 2 other friends of mine who also are music experts, they have no idea how to classify this band. Truly great stuff.)

- Walk off the Earth Home We'll Go
- Walk off the Earth Sing it all Away
- Walk off the Earth Somebody I used to Know
- Walk off the Earth Karma Police
(many have called this band “the greatest cover band on earth” in which is impossible to disagree with. Super mega talented band, each of the 5 members plays at least 10 different instruments. Most of their instruments they build by hand. They are a band for all ages from 7 years old all the way up until 70 or how ever years old 80 or even 90. They are a lot of fun. They offer hope… to forget your troubles and “Walk off the Earth”. What a truly great band that NEEDS to be around for decades longer. If you dislike this band, something is seriously wrong with you.)

- John Zorn and Mike Patton Weird Little Boy
- Electric Masada At the mountains of Madness
(got some strange stuff and got some great jazz) This is also part of John Zorn

- Naked City - Radio
- Naked City - Grand Guignol Mike Patton Vocals
(truly mega talented bizarre band with sometimes lead singer Mike Patton on vocals. Yep Faith no More, Tomahawk, Mr. Bungle etc yep John Zorn is on sax once again)

- Einsturzende Neubauten Z.N.S.
- Einsturzende Neubauten live in Prague (if you do not like the first song FF to the next)
- Einsturzende Neubauten Alles Wieder Offen
- Einsturzende Neubauten Perpetuum Mobile
(E.N. has been around since 1980 and has done 4 masterpieces in my willowed mind. They started off with extremely noisy and beautiful barren landscapes that were terrifying. They’ve since mellowed out considerably. They use shopping carts, sheet metal for drums, they even took a jet engine on tour with them for one of their tours. This band is spectacular live.)

- Cabaret Voltaire The Crackdown
- Cabaret Voltaire The Crackdown (video)
(Cabaret Voltaire The Crackdown is THE album that spawned the industrial movement. Yep am a bit biased here. And I consider it to be my 4th fav album of all time. Not too strange. But strange enough to keep me listening. And their videos are all done by themselves. Truly amazing especially for the time in which it was way way way ahead of the epMTV generation with its genius editing and nightmarish images)

- Buckethead Pike 4
- Buckethead Pike 220
(My choice for the greatest guitar player who has ever lived. Granted Pike 4 is one of his stranger albums. Most of his albums are normal rockin super fast shredding unlike any other, and some soft jazz pieces also as Pike 220 starts of and then BANG super amazing transfixed metal riffs. He’s done more than 350 albums.)

- The Residents One Minute Movies
- The Residents Commercial Album
(Sooooo many bands and artists owe EVERYTHING to this one band such as Primus, Buckethead etc. Martian music at its finest. Completely creative especially live.)

- Renaldo and the Loaf Songs for Swinging Larvae
(One of the strangest bands EVER obviously influenced by the Residents)

- Throbbing Gristle 20 Jazz Funk Greats
- Throbbing Gristle Heathen Earth
- Throbbing Gristle Live in San Francisco 81 (Discipline is intense)
(Throbbing Gristle the start of industrial along with Cabaret Voltaire. Chris Carter built his synths from hand)

- Deadbolt Voodoobilly Man
- Deadbolt Telephone the Dead
- Deadbolt Tijuana Hit Squad
(Voodoobilly surf mafioso diabolical James Bond guitar = HILARIOUS)

- Victor Borge best of
(If you do not know who Victor Borge is, you will love this guy. If you know who Victor Borge is and you do not love him, something is seriously wrong with you.)

- Too Many Zooz
(from the subways of NY, baritone sax, trumpet and drums these guys are a lot of fun)

- Japanoise
(I had this video some 30 years ago and I will never forget the second video of The Incapacitants with the tubby guy with his belly poking out guy just really getting into it @ 9:30. It was beyond hilarious.)

Sister Irene O’Conner
- O Brother
(oh you wanna hear something that is that absolute WORST?) / - 60 minutes interviewing Alma Deutscher
- Slow movement from Alma Deutscher's new Piano Concerto
- Alma Deutscher - Cinderella
(super mega talented prodigy composed her first opera when she was 10!!!)

- Nina Hagen The Future is Now!!! - Nina Hagen Naturträne
- Nina Hagen Riders on the Storm
- Nina Hagen Personal jesus
(One of the most beautifully strangest women of all time)

- Daughters Hell Songs
(Melt Banana, John Zorn, Naked City reboot very intense)

- The Body No one Deserves Happiness
(A nice mix of brutal grinding bass, pounding drums, and atmospheric noises with female vocals - very droning and brooding)

- Circus of Dead Squirrels The Pop Culture Massacre
(speed metal martian music)

- Pu$$y Riot I Can’t Breathe Eric Garner
- Pusst Riot Make America Great Again
(one of the mist political bands of all time and certainly one of the most politically correct bands of all time. They are from Russia and were arrested for speaking their minds at how tyrannical their government was and is. These two songs are covering American soil. The first may level you to tears. It is about Eric Garner. The second is about Donald Trump who is easily the worst president of all time.)

- Die Krupps To the Hilt

- Polysics Lets Daba Daba
- Polysics How Are You
(japanese speed Devo)

- Rasputina The Old Headboard
- Rasputina Diamond Mind
(cello’s vocals and drums = genius)

- SPK Leichenschrei
(The Agony of Plasma at 27:30 is a classic in sheer terror)
- Graeme Revell Melancholia
- SPK Zamia Lehmanni: Songs of Byzantine Flowers (same band)
- SPK In Flagrante Delicto
- SPK Machine Age Voodoo (same band a masterpiece)
- SPK Kambuja
(the most varied band of all time. For obvious reasons Graeme Revell was hired to compose soundtracks for both film and TV and has at least 100 under his belt)

To be continued...


Greetings, I believe this would be better put in the opinion, forums or polls section.
Debate Round No. 1


Figures that a 17 year old punk kid like you would ruin a possible very good debate where someone could possibly offer some good music to the growing list that has been created in RD1. Opinion, forums or polls are far too small to convey any type of ideals when it comes to this broad of a scope. You have no fricken idea as to who at least 99% of the bands and artists are that have been listed and you know it. Get lost.


For one thing, I'm 14. But that wasn't my point, I was just pointing out that this isn't a debate. This is your opinion on music, I can respect that, but it isn't something anyone can debate. You'd be discussing with subjective thoughts, hence why it'd be better put as a forum. But I do understand what you were trying to do.
Some music I enjoy
The Original Jurassic Park Soundtrack
- Mainly that of the Jurassic Park theme
South Park Music
"I'm sailing away" - Eric Cartman edition
"I'm a Jew on Christmas" - Kyle
"Heat of the moment" - Eric Cartman edition
"Chocolate Salty Balls" - Chef
Classical music in general - Mozart, Beethoven, all the classics.
Not a fan of Rock but I can definitely see why you might enjoy it!
Debate Round No. 2


You didn't even bother listening to some of the bands and artists I mentioned. Did you? Nope. That's rather point blank obvious and clear. Not only that but you had to flat out lie for no reason at all. So we're done. Bye.


I did, I just don't enjoy rock.
Edit: I'm 15, not 14. Was a typo
Debate Round No. 3


You know you punk a$$ kid you can lie all you want. Lying gets you nowhere in life. It certainly gets you nowhere in my book which is why I will NOT debate you on religion. You did NOT listen to the bands and artists that are listed because 5 of them are NOT rock to begin with you pathetic maggot. And one of them is rock and is impossible to NOT like. Regardless, this is NOT about what you like because its "Some of the weirdest, strangest, vile, wonderful, original, mega-talented music of all time" as the headline title fully states. I also stated in RD1 "Now I give you fair warning... they are NOT for everybody." Now what part of that don't you understand? So you screwed up my debate for someone to come on in here with some bold ideas and good bands and artists that I have hopefully not heard. Sheesh. So once again GET LOST. Bye.


Alright, a bit rude and condescending but alright.
Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by lIlIlIllIIIIllIlI 2 years ago
Also, please accept my debate request. There is one in the debates section as well as one I sent privately.
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro called Con a "punk a$$kid" and a "pathetic maggot". This is poor conduct. I also found Con's music the "weirdest" between the two selections. Considering that is the standard (weirdest music), I award arguments to Con.
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct to con - pro called con a "punk a$$ kid". Arguments to Pro- this appears to be a music battle, and who ever had the better songs wins. That being said, I liked Pro's music better.

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