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Most people outside of California first came across Mr. Bungle when vocalist Mike Patton joined Faith No More in 1988. While the latter became one of the most totemic outfits of the day, Bungle got on with releasing three albums of absolutely batshit experimental rock, typically sounding like a carnival being haunted by ska bands and avant-jazz saxophonists. In hell.
In their earliest incarnation, however, they were essentially a thrash metal band, albeit one which favoured irreverent humour over furrowed-brow machismo. And it’s to these roots that a reanimated Bungle have returned – quite literally. As the name suggests, The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo is a rerecording of their debut tape, with a couple of genuine thrash heroes now in the band. One can only wonder what the teenage incarnation of Mr. Bungle would make of the fact that, 34 years later, Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo would be in the studio with them recreating evergreen classics like Anarchy Up Your Anus and Spreading The Thighs Of Death.
|Anarchy Up Your Anus||2:15|
|Raping Your Mind||5:53|
|Hypocrites / Habla Espanol O Muere||3:43|
|Spreading The Thighs Of Death||5:59|
|Loss For Words||4:16|
|Side: Zoe Barnum|
|Glutton For Punishment||4:49|