Fantasy Island had some occult darkness in it once in a while. He would embarrass you if you knew too much. He played me a different version of Heavy Mental that is fucking bananas. I’m humble as fuck. Being young with no money sucked. I was like 9 or 10, and he was 30, Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources.
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Bill took him and Igor. We didn’t get dropped per say, but no one looked out for us at that point. KISS were movie heroes and gods to me, but I knew then they weren’t maybe doing what Blondie was doing. I remember we had a landlord whose family back then was connected and my mom knew them, but he was a junkie and used to come by the house at all hours of the night, high on drugs, breaking windows, looking for rent.
He also let me hold the Bo Derek issue of [ Playboy ]. It’s funny you mention Chuck Chillout. They were great guys who had some great ideas.
Ill Bill released What’s Wrong with Bill? Discovered by Third Bass’ MC Serchduring the heyday of Wild Pitch RecordsNon-Phixion quickly generated a lot of hype — and went through a number of labels — before their long-awaited debut was finally released.
It’s weird to think people don’t really do that anymore.
Interviews James Morris downset. I thought The Kinks were ’50s music back then, but later on I understood his rant because The Kinks started punk. Bill’s brother joined afterwards. It’s so bizarre that I should write a book on it.
It was total brutality. I use it as a mockery. When he used to pick me up, I used to secretly throw in The Cactus Album and torture him with it [laughs]. I used to get my allowance and go there to buy the new issue of Kerrang! The Stories Behind the Music. The Number of the Beast was biblical then. Fantasy Island had some occult darkness in it once in a while. Your love for KISS has been documented, but what other kinds of music did you listen to when you were really young?
I thought at some point they should change their name and start something new, more brutal—perhaps like Death, or maybe Entombed kinda stuff—but they sort of lost interest. I’m stoked to have gone to Iceland. I eventually met some dirtbags and started jamming out. It was horrific [laughs].
I also liked the cheap stuff. I just threw the pic on the floor and kept walking. Name some of the local metal and hardcore bands that you loved from the late ’80s.
Zig Zag also had a lot of cool in-stores there as well. We knew Geffen were being weird, but we all had bills and were starving. I remember there being a lot of record label interest noh the group from the very beginning, but you had some issues locking a deal down.
Interview: Goretex, a.k.a. Gore Elohim (Non Phixion) | No Echo
I had her two solo albums. There was always something psychedelic happening. When I was 19, sure, I wanted to blow up. It was out-of-body experience kinda shit. He had the pins, leather jacket with paint on it, boots and a mohawk, not the safe shit.