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8 thoughts on “ Picasso Trigger - Bipolar Cowboy (CD, Album)

  1. Nov 04,  · The mention of Sugar (and Picasso Trigger) makes me recall Mercyland, David Barbe's underappreciated band. Their post-"Copper Blue" Rykodisc CD stayed in print for a year or so; it's called "Spillage." They also did an album for Southern called "No Feet on the Cowling." Good stuff. Their original drummer, Harry, once gave me a Blow Monkeys T-shirt.
  2. Picasso Trigger: Bipolar Cowboy (Alias) Genre: 6/ Pieters, Stapleton & Russell: Last Glass (Corpus Hermeticum) improvised: 6/ Pig: Sinsation (Victor) industrial: 6/ Pigface: Feels Like Heaven (Invisible) Genre: 5/ Pineal Ventana: Living Soil (Half Baked) noise-rock: 6/ Pipe: Six Days Till Bellus (Jesus Christ) Genre.
  3. Description T'ain't is the step between the agressive riff-rock of Picasso Trigger's Fire in the Hole! and the more focused, angular and low-fi LP Bipolar Cowboy on this six-track EP, the band drops some of the trashy Southern rock influences that hampered the former and develops the scratchy, more punk-oriented agression of the latter.
  4. Please call me stupid. I bid (and sadly won) what I believe to be ALL of the "alternative" Picasso Trigger CD's in one lot. T'aint, Bipolar Cowboy and Fire In The Hole. It's bad, very bad. Fortunately I paid very little for them, but here's another warning about it just in case, like me you didn't read far enough back on the comments here.
  5. AllMusic Review by Nitsuh Abebe. Bipolar Cowboy is, in almost every respect, a more lo-fi and punk-influenced release than most of the band's earlier work. By featuring the band's angular, scratchy side (and dropping some of the Southern riff-rock leanings that hampered Fire in the Hole), the record asks to be taken much more seriously than other releases, creating a trashier, more Southern counterpart to 6/
  6. Jan 07,  · by Kris Smith. Here’s our second selection of the Greatest Albums Made By Women from the last 50 tatergecilmafanlabeahercornbusti.coinfo had to do a Part 2 because we ran out of space for so much music last time!Here are more LOUD WOMEN-endorsed records, with our trademark emphasis on punk and indie and a massive side-order of soul, hip-hop, post-punk, queercore and everything else we like, as long as it’s .
  7. Bipolar Cowboy (Alias) When Raleigh, North Carolina's Picasso Trigger broke up in , everyone wondered what had taken them so long — fronted by a walking tantrum named Kathy Poindexter, they'd always been a volatile crew, seemingly devoted to pissing off and confusing as many people as possible.
  8. Picasso Trigger released several singles for local labels during the early '90s, and signed to Alias Records by The band's debut album, Fire in the Hole, appeared in early and was followed by an EP, T'Aint. One year later, Alias issued Bipolar Cowboy. ~ John Bush, Rovi

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