Saturday, June 1, 2013

Endangered Feces "Insane Brown Posse" CD Overdose on Records

“Insane Brown Posse” CD
Released: April 26, 2013

No, this is not the place to read up on The Tom Green Show, "Endangered Feces - the Very Worst of Tom Green", although I have a feeling if you like one, you'll like the other.

Yes, Endangered Feces are a “four man scatalogical punk band from Queens, New York City...”

Yes, I questioned the necessity of a “four man scatological punk band from anywhere”.

Yes, they are pants down around the ankles, sitting on toilets on a public street on their CD cover.

Yes, they sound like a cross between speedy NoFx punk rock and early days, rough around the edges Howard Stern potty humor.

Yes, the fourteen songs actually rip through in about ten and a half minutes.

Yes, the following is a nearly two minute video for a song that is only 28 seconds on the CD.

Yes, I've caught myself humming/singing along to these ridiculous tracks in the last week just like the guy in the video.

Yes, I think Dave Phlegmball and Endangered Feces should tour together. After all, there’s nothing like “Cheap Beer” to go along with your whisky sh*ts.

Yes, this is a concept album/band (see definition of "scatology" below):

sca·tol·o·gy  (sk-tl-j, sk-)
n. pl. sca·tol·o·gies
1. The study of fecal excrement, as in medicine, paleontology, or biology.
a. An obsession with excrement or excretory functions.
b. The psychiatric study of such an obsession.
3. Obscene language or literature, especially that dealing pruriently or humorously with excrement and excretory functions.

scato·logi·cal (sktl-j-kl)scato·logic (-k) adj.
sca·tolo·gist n.

Yes, I giggled and shook my head in "appalled" disbelief.

Yes, that song title is “Shart at the Devil”.

Yes, I enjoyed the ten and a half minutes that is “Insane Brown Posse”.

Yes, the hidden track would have been better off hidden forever.


Frank FOE

1 comment:

  1. Yes, I questioned the necessity of a “four man scatological punk band from anywhere."

    best line and so true, it throbs