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Trevor Dunn: bass
Danny Heifetz: percussion
Clinton (Bar) McKinnon: tenor sax, clarinet, keyboards
Mike Patton: vocals
Trey Spruance: guitar, keyboards

Mr. Bungle was formed in 1985 in Eureka, California. The
original line-up included Trevor Dunn on bass, Mike Patton
on vocals, Trey Spruance on guitar, and Jed Watts on drums.
The band took its name from two short films which appeared
in early episodes of the "The Pee Wee Herman Show," in
which an ill-mannered, un-hygienic puppet clown
demonstrated how good grade-school kids should More...




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Lysergic Acid Diethylamide | Reviewer: Overlord
    ------ About the song Desert Search for Techno Allah performed by Mr. Bungle

Seriously, this song will expand your mind. Listen to it on repeat, while abusing potent hallucinogens and huffing inhalants in the privacy of your own home, under the bed, with the lights turned out. Embrace the universe. Regret nothing.

Pretty AWESHUM | Reviewer: Moe Moe
    ------ About the song Carousel performed by Mr. Bungle

This is a pretty aweshum song, very creative lyrics. And very creative stuff... You know, just read the lyrics and you'll understand what I'm saying here. Just... Just... Listen to it and read these lyrics... Just... Do that... Please... NO STOP READING!!!!!! JUST GO AND LISTENT O IT!!!!!!!!!!! COME ON!!!! GO!!!!!!!!

I am 99% sure you are all wrong... | Reviewer: Jake Erb
    ------ About the song Stubb (A Dub) performed by Mr. Bungle

Trevor Dunn, the bassist, said at their perfomance at Club Lingerie in 1991 (I think) that the song was about the guitarist Trey Spruance's dog named Stubb who was alive during the performance but was on his way to dying. Mike Patton Mentioned during the song starting that the dog also had a "wart called gingivitis."

Idiots... | Reviewer: Paranoid Android
    ------ About the song Pink Cigarette performed by Mr. Bungle

The term "pink cigarette" obviously has nothing to do with d**k in any way. He even says "your lips touch everything BUT ME". Also there are several lines through out the song which are in reference to cigarettes in the literal sense because that is the reoccurring theme of the song. The symbology of the pink cigarette is that every little thing reminds him of her. The cigarette is pink because that was the shade of lipstick she was wearing when she left. Anyone who has ever loved and lost should understand this specific breed of sorrow expressed in this song. I would its obvious really. Just cause Patton does write a lot of songs about blow jobs does not mean all of his songs are about cock. The guy is a true artst and musical geniusq at heart. Get your minds out of the gutters guys. Btw, I don't know about you guys, but my shlong isn't pink. It's more flesh colored. Unless the song was from the point of view of dog, which I would bet not. Imbeciles.

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    ------ About the song Pink Cigarette performed by Mr. Bungle

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Listen to this song! | Reviewer: Tawp64
    ------ About the song Carousel performed by Mr. Bungle

Seriously, I've been nonstop listening to this song. I didn't really even know a thing he was saying until I got here, but I got the jist of it. This song is ridiculously creative, just like everything else Mr. Bungle makes. If you want some metal/carnival music/ska/something else then here you go. Actually, I don't care what you want, this song will probably give you what you need.

Dude, it's obvious....David Lynch.... | Reviewer: Christopher Z
    ------ About the song My Ass Is On Fire performed by Mr. Bungle

He says himself in the song...."Whatcthyou lookin at f**k?" Don't you f***in' look at me"...as is other points within Bungle's album, they have an obvious interest in David Lynch's film, "Blue Velvet". They even thank Dennis Hopper in the inlay notes. That IS Dennis Hopper's line in the film. "Whatchya lookin' at f**k?" It's all over the album, in fact. Before the song, it's an ACTUAL sound bite from Blue Velvet. It's Kyle McLanahan that's crying there. These lyrics are ABOUT that movie!! Just sayin'....

horngod | Reviewer: annie
    ------ About the song Retrovertigo performed by Mr. Bungle

every musical piece by Mr Bungle has me looking like a fantasy.. i ride the fucking chair..the range, scope, feel...takes me to the live concerts and im gone :D epic brilliance

masterpiece | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Retrovertigo performed by Mr. Bungle

I agree, California is pure art, poetry, personally - and I'm a long time Patton's fan - I think Mike and Trevor make the perfect match, something really touching and immensely beautiful. This song - music&lyrics by Trevor Dunn - wouldn't be so touching and poetic with a different voice; this is Art. Complete and Perfect. Thats how perfection sounds, to me at least.

Pure Genius | Reviewer: Lovecraft
    ------ About the song Retrovertigo performed by Mr. Bungle

I have to admit that I fall for anything Patton does, even Adult Themes, and my favorite tracks range across all the bands/projects he's been involved in.

That said, the combination of Patton, Trey Spruance and Trevor Dunn, aka Mr. Bungle, consistently produced some of the most interesting, goofy, and brutal music I've ever heard. Like most people I used to identify their self-titled debut as my favorite album of theirs, but parts of Disco Volante and almost all of California have since taken over. This song, Pink Cigarette, Sweet Charity...they never get old.


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