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Return To Olympus by Malfunkshun

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Return To Olympus

Malfunkshun

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Album

Return To Olympus

Malfunkshun

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Label: Loosegroove
If Return To Olympus' mix of classic-rock moves, punk slop and Funkadelic weirdness feels audaciously over the top, that's because it totally is. In its infancy, as defined by Malfunkshun, Green River, Skin Yard and The U-Men, grunge had none of the brooding earnestness with which it later became associated. Singer Andrew Wood, who went on to front Mother Love Bone, is a sinister court jester masking personal desperation with rowdy sarcasm and biting satire. The band, meanwhile, rocks. "Mr. Liberty (With Morals)" is what Black Flag would've sounded like had they gone hair metal.

About This Album

If Return To Olympus' mix of classic-rock moves, punk slop and Funkadelic weirdness feels audaciously over the top, that's because it totally is. In its infancy, as defined by Malfunkshun, Green River, Skin Yard and The U-Men, grunge had none of the brooding earnestness with which it later became associated. Singer Andrew Wood, who went on to front Mother Love Bone, is a sinister court jester masking personal desperation with rowdy sarcasm and biting satire. The band, meanwhile, rocks. "Mr. Liberty (With Morals)" is what Black Flag would've sounded like had they gone hair metal.

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About This Album

If Return To Olympus' mix of classic-rock moves, punk slop and Funkadelic weirdness feels audaciously over the top, that's because it totally is. In its infancy, as defined by Malfunkshun, Green River, Skin Yard and The U-Men, grunge had none of the brooding earnestness with which it later became associated. Singer Andrew Wood, who went on to front Mother Love Bone, is a sinister court jester masking personal desperation with rowdy sarcasm and biting satire. The band, meanwhile, rocks. "Mr. Liberty (With Morals)" is what Black Flag would've sounded like had they gone hair metal.