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Fudge Tunnel's First Movement

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Hate Song
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Bed Crumbs
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Spanish Fly
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Kitchen Belt
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Hate Song (Version)
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Boston Baby
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Gut Rot
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Soap And Water
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Tweezers
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Sunshine Of Your Love
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Cat Scratch Fever
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 45:12

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Really Good 90's Heavy

hortha71

Not the greatest (such as early Neurosis or Asbestos Death) but very, very good. I really dug this album when it came out but I recall being kinda bummed out hearing their subsequent releases. I just dl'd this after not hearing it since mid/late 90's and really digging it all over again. For the Sepultura dude ragging on this band... I like Sepultura a lot but I think many fans of their music would have a hard time getting into Fudge Tunnel due to the downshift in energy & tempo. No hate here. I get it. But if you appreciate the slow and heavy, FT were early adopters of the style.

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what leicester connection?

markieboy

yes, they were the days, so many great gigs at the charlotte, saw these, silverfish, babes in toyland, therapy?, superchunk, tar and many others, what a summer that was. BUT these were from nottingham and proud of it!i also think they went up their own arses when when they started hanging about with sepultura.

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Can't believe this band is still together...

witchdrgn76

I know that the other reviews of this band are all good but I have to say one thing. I saw this band in Columbus Ohio god knows how long ago,lol, they opened for Sepultura on their Chaos AD tour. They were booed off the stage. I'm amazed that they have continued to have a career. I'm gonna take a listen but if my memory serves correctly it should be pretty bad. No need to come back with the bashing, fans, it's just one true metal fans opinion.

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I love me some FUDGE

tool9irl

Simply put; This album (and band) have steadily been in my top favorites. I bought this album in the early 90's and track for track you won't be disappointed!

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Unsong Hero's

monstrous_cactus

This band has got to be one of the most underrated bands of all time. If they would have just been in the right place at the right time, they would be bigger than Metallifagia and they would have never sold out so bad and turned into a washed up metal-pop band.

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Th Best Ever!!!

stupidget

Fudge Tunnel were one of the best bands ever. A sweeping statement, i know, but they were. I remember hearing them do their first John Peel session and though 'ooh crikey, these are good' and went out and got the 'Sweet Sound of Excess', 'Fudge Cake', 'Fudge Tunnel' EP's and then proceeded to get everything they have ever done. First time I saw them live was at Staffs Uni and this was also where I had my first (and last) experience of stage diving as I performed the comedy classic of diving to where there was a gap in crowd and landed in a heap on the floor. Anywho, I still listen to Fudge Tunnel and have yet to come across any other band that is like them. Heavy, shouty, noisy, powerful and as one of the Fudge Tunnel stickers used to say 'LOUD IS NOT ENOUGH'. Download it now, I INSIST!!!!

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fudgetunnel rocks

Natas

I loved this disc when it came out. Fantastic cover of Sunshine of Your Love that actually had an MTV video back in the day.I like all their discs, but this one is the heaviest.Creep Diets is next best album.This is not a seattle band as another reviewer would have you think.This is closer to Black Sabbath with the slow, purposeful riffs.Hate Song is worth a listen too, if you like that track get the album.If you can find it, there is a band called Nailbomb that features Sepultura and Fudgetunnel band members that is a fantastic album. I miss this band...

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fudge tunnels first movement

solitaryswordsman

They were the days, the princess charlotte rocked, sub pop ruled , acid house for payday. To many fudge tunnel were and still are the uk's best ever exponent of the seattle/punk sound. They were loud as hell and one of the tightest bands around, to be honest tighter than mudhoney/tad and suchlike and gave nirvana a good run for their money. Sure they got the record deal but the leicester connection didn't help in a time when journo's rarely ventured beyond the north circular. thanks for the memories and to the uninitiated check this talented band out.

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One of the exciting bands that came out of Britain’s alternative metal underground in the early ’90s was Fudge Tunnel, whose Hate Songs in E Minor appealed to thrash and grindcore audiences despite the fact that it is neither. Blistering, noisy items like “Gut Rot,” “Tweezers,” and “Soap and Water” are really too slow to be considered thrash or grindcore, but because the trio packs such a raw, jagged, punk-influenced punch, the same headbangers who were moshing to Deicide, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary, and Gwar in the early ’90s also proved receptive to Fudge Tunnel. Punk’s naked aggression is a major influence on this CD, which favors rawness all the way and is without a trace of slickness — Hate Songs in E Minor was hardly recorded with Poison and Warrant fans in mind. But Fudge does acknowledge more mainstream rock with inspired, punk-minded interpretations of Cream’s “Sunshine of Your Love” and Ted Nugent’s “Cat Scratch Fever” — in fact, the trio dedicates this album to the Motor City Madman. Hate Songs in E Minor is a reckless, in-your-face gem that fans of alternative metal should make a point of searching for. – Alex Henderson

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