When I first saw the "Drugs are Nice" LP in the record store, someone wrote "GG's girlfriend" on the price tag. Ugh. Why are women always defined by their significant others?
Anyway, what can I say about this record? Well, Lisa Carver is a performance artist and in a lot of ways, may have been ahead of her time. This is an LP that is interesting to listen to, and will probably clear out a room. It feels more like performance art than music so in some ways it's very daring, and that's pretty punk. It is girls with blood curdling screams, spoken word and banging noises.
I'm curious what your thoughts are if you've heard this? And has anyone seen the "Drugs Are Nice: A Suckumentary 1988-2005" DVD?