Garbage Odyssey - Child Bite - Strange Waste (Vinyl)

In fact, the German cockroach is the most common of the cockroaches and has been implicated in outbreaks of illness and allergic reactions in many people. For reference, these babies are about the size of a speck of dust!

So, not only are they fast, but they are also elusive, which is a dangerous combination for a pest known to transmit various diseases. Similar to other pests, this cockroach species is drawn to some alcoholic beverages, especially beer.

They are most likely attracted by the hops and sugar present in the drink. Only found in South America, this species also has a one-foot wingspan.

It is believed that cockroaches originated more than million years ago in the Carboniferous era. The most common species is the German cockroach. Other cockroaches found in America include the brown-banded cockroach , American cockroach and oriental cockroach.

In theory, the other version should be worth even more. According to blues legend, Johnson met with the devil at the crossroads between Highway 1 and 8 in Mississippi. There, Johnson traded his soul for the ability to master the guitar. There were only 15 copies of this record pressed, and the cover of each was hand-painted by Dave Buick, founder of Italy records. The copies were made for a Detroit record release show for the band in , as the fledgling band was on the incline, destined for stardom.

Hopefully, you kept it safe. The record label that handled the release, Tiger Lily, was a tax scam operated by the mob. The scam worked like this — a large portion of records would be pressed and later written off as unsold. A few of these records made it into the right hands and achieved cult status. The pressing of the record that is particularly valuable, however, is one that features a stencil rendition of the front jacket painted by none other than notoriously elusive street-artist Banksy.

There were only of these limited edition hand-spray painted versions made, with several different color variants. The record label decided to be cautious in the wake of the controversy and political turmoil and ordered the records destroyed. You may remember this record from an episode of Pawn Stars. The price was deemed too steep for the vinyl, which was not in the best shape. One lucky Canadian record collector picked up a copy sans the Warhol artwork-adorned sleeve for 75 cents at a flea market, but this was no ordinary re-pressing.

The acetate record ended up being a test pressing that featured early versions of many of the songs — there are only two in existence, and one belongs to former Velvet Underground drummer Moe Tucker. Gordy ordered the pressings destroyed. Soussan unscrupulously bootlegged the record and released it by crediting Eddie Foster as the musician. The record was a smash hit. Such is the case with this already valuable record. A few tracks were meant to be replaced before the release, but someone at the pressing plant missed the memo, and a few copies featuring the wrong songs were pressed.

There are said to be less than 20 mono copies of the record and only two stereo copies. In a stroke of luck, the North Carolina seller of this extremely rare 78 RPM slab came into possession of the record at an estate sale. He threw the record up on eBay and watched a bidding frenzy take place. There are believed to be only copies of the record in existence — both belong to the winning bidder, John Tefteller.

The reason? However, by that time promotional copies had already made it to circulation. Evidently, the singer changed his mind about the record, releasing a CD version in At least one copy managed to escape out into the world.

The money was split between James and Doctors Without Borders. An undisputed classic tops the list. For years, it was rumored that the first copy went to the late John Lennon, but really it went to Ringo Starr. Starr put the money toward his own Lotus Foundation — a charity that provides support for victims of domestic violence, cancer research, the homeless, and other noble causes.

Later in his career, Anka was also known for writing songs for other artists, including Frank Sinatra and Buddy Holly. Can I get on that for my commute? Mamma Mia, here we go again! However, you might not know how drastically different the lyrics to this song are from the English version to the Swedish.

The rest was history. If only our siblings were this talented! Enter George McCrae. Apr 30, That Damn Coronavirus Is Racist! Neeley and Chris read some stories about how the Coronavirus now has a new and completely ridiculous racial component to it.

They take specific umbrage with the black leadership in Atlanta, Georgia. Apr 29, Neeley and Chris talk about the various interviews Chris has been doing lately. One specific interview, with guitarist Mitch Perry, comes up.

Interview with guitarist Axel Rudi Pell. He also talked about the big sound they captured, and the effect of the pandemic on his touring plans for this year and next. Apr 28, Interview with Oz drummer Mark Ruffneck. Apr 27, Neeley and Chris talk about how the Coronavirus is wearing Chris down to liking people even less than ever before. Interview with guitarist Mitch Perry.

Apr 24, Interview with vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Joey Sykes. Sykes called in to talk about his single "Let's Get Through This", which is garnering some national attention in the wake of the pandemic. He also talked about his work with The Babys, Honey River, his friendships with many "metal" musicians and the softer, more real side of songwriting. Alert The Media. We've Been Zoom Bombed! Chris brings a story to the show about how the Indiana legislature was "Zoom Bombed" by a video of a man masturbating during their virtual meeting for the up coming election.

Apr 23, Neeley and Chris decipher chick's complaints about their male friends. Apr 22, Interview with Tesla vocalist Jeff Keith. Joe Rogan brags about getting tested twice for coronavirus in three days, leaving his fans furious!

Apr 21, Interview with Fury vocalist and guitarist J. Apr 20, Alex has since become one of the biggest entertainment journalists in Germany. Neeley discovers there are episodes of the adult cartoon Archer available he hasn't seen, as the CMS fans look for entertainment during the pandemic lock down. Apr 18, Apr 17, Interview with Electric Boys and solo artist Conny Bloom.

Neeley and Chris talk about the good ol' 80s music stores, which leads to reviewing some of the biggest music of the early '80s that simply didn't hold up well at all. Apr 16, Interview with Sorcerer Guitarist Kristian Niemann - Interview with Sorcerer Guitarist Kristian Niemann. Neeley and Chris talk about several stories regarding the Coronavirus, including a story about people planning to gather on Easter regardless of the order of their governors to stay home.

This leads Chris to a new character, Pastor Akin! Apr 15, Interview with Testament guitarist Eric Petersen. The internet was acting up a little bit during this interview. Apr 14, Neeley and Chris read some stories that remind them, once again, that people are beyond stupid and that social media is humanities suckhole.

Apr 13, Interview with Ambush vocalist Oskar Jacobsson. Jacobsson skyped in to talk about the new release INFIDEL, writing the release, comparing it to previous releases, and how the Coronavirus lockdown is hurting smaller bands like theirs because of merch and touring revenue that's been lost.

Apr 11, Neeley and Chris tell stories about jealous women that they've dated or engaged with in their lifetimes. Interview with Alice Cooper guitarist Nita Strauss. Apr 10, Neeley reads a story about Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante spewing against President Trump about a joke he made during a briefing.

This leads Chris on a tangent against President Trump, all other politicians, and celebrities that spew their viewpoints about politics on social media. Interview with Megadeth bassist David Ellefson. Finally, he chatted a bit about Dave Mustaine's health and the mindset Mustaine returned to Megadeth with following his battle with cancer.

Apr 9, Neeley and Chris talk about how the climate has recovered greatly after just 3 weeks of quarantine, proving that making companies pay money for their pollution won't do anything to solve the problem.

Interview with Ellefson Vocalist Thom Hazaert. Those of you that are fans of metal will love this one. Apr 8, Interview with Bonfire bassist Ronnie Parkes. Neeley and Chris tell some stories about their past dealing with women that throw their emotional baggage at them for no reason at all.

Apr 7, Neeley, Chris and Dokken guitarist Jon Levin talk about his new website for learning guitar, jonlevinguitars. Apr 6, The guys open the show by talking about their addiction to Live PD. Apr 4, Neeley and Chris read a tweet from Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. Chris admits that with each stupid statement she's made, it's drained the hotness he once saw in her. Apr 3, Apr 2, Neeley and Chris cover a story about a person that's overtly racist and Nazi being arrested.

This leads them to trying to understand why people lead their lives following this ideology, which seems like just a waste of energy. Apr 1, Interview with Testament vocalist Chuck Billy.

Interview with vocalist Mike Tramp. Playboy Stops Printing About Damn Time? Neeley and Chris talk about the announcement from Playboy that they have ended the physical printing of their publication. This leads the guys to talking about the ways that guys hide their jerking off habits from friends as kids, and their wives as adults. Mar 31, Interview with Tim "TJ" James. Mar 30, What's Up Neeley and Chris talk about what they've been doing to keep busy during the Coronavirus lockdown.

Mar 28, Mar 27, Neeley and Chris talk about the announcement of what will probably be the final Genesis Reunion Tour. This leads to some analysis of the song "Illegal Alien", and the guys thinking they could never get away with this song now in our overly sensitive culture.

Mar 26, Commercial Radio Morning Shows Suck! Mar 25, Interview with Metal Church guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof. Sanchez called in to talk about the latest release V, dealing with the Coronavirus, why they are like Spinal Tap when it comes to bass players and drummers, and a lot more.

Neeley and Chris welcome in documentarian Bob Nalbandian to the show. Mar 24, Interview with book author Michael Alago. He talks about his history, signing Metallica, seeing creativity in artists, being gay in the homophobic 80s, surviving HIV, and a LOT more. Ferentinos calls in to talk about the end of the Bow Wow Wow tour, writing new music with Stephen Pearcy, if he will join Ratt, and a conspiracy video that claims he and Stephen Pearcy are agents of the Illuminati that's proven by their video for the song "Ten Miles Wide".

Mar 23, Neeley and Chris talked about what they did this week while the world locks down for the Coronavirus. They talk about things they are doing and shows they are watching. They also talk about reporting, and how pathetic and cheap it has become.

Mar 19, Interview with vocalist Dennis DeYoung. Texas-based Evangelical preacher Kenneth Copeland urged believers to put their hands on their television screens and be cured of the coronavirus.

Mar 16, Mar 14, Neeley and Chris react to the ridiculous hysteria caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. Neeley and Chris discuss the effects of the Coronavirus on the sex trade. Neeley and Chris take a call from a caller who thinks the Coronavirus is all one big conspiracy.

This leads to Chris breaking out a ridiculous impression of Alex Jones. Mar 13, This leads into a conversation about how TV shows like The Voice and American Idol have ruined rock music because musicians feel like they don't have to pay true dues anymore. In this story, Chris and guest host Jon Drake read a story about a guy who injured his ball bag in a pole vaulting accident.

This is followed by a story from Jon's childhood where he saw the inside of a friend's ball bag who ripped it open on a hook. Mar 12, Mar 11, Interview with Stallion guitarist Axxl. Following, they talk about Queensryche and how the band seemingly devolved as time went on. Mar 9, The band discuss their 4 decade long legacy performing the Bay Area Metal scene and convey some incredible stories about the early club years, the record stories, and the beginning of Metallica and thrash metal in the Bay Area.

An extremely informative and hilarious episode! Not to be missed! Saturday Night's Main Event - Smaller burrows and disappearing flower bulbs may indicate chipmunks or moles. If your ornamental shrubbery is torn and the twigs have a ragged edge, chances are deer have been browsing on them. Plants browsed by rabbits and smaller animals often have neatly clipped edges. Animal Finder. Large Mammals. Check them out! Small Mammals.

Dec 03,  · CD / Music / Reviews / Vinyl. CHILD BITE – Strange Waste. reviewed by Thomas Pizzola | Wednesday, December 3rd, “Garbage Odyssey” throws in some catchy chanted background vocals into the mix, while “Ancestral Ooze” is slightly more straightforward, which means it’s still pretty weird with its call-and-response vocals and.

3 thoughts on “Garbage Odyssey - Child Bite - Strange Waste (Vinyl)”

  1. Strange Waste by Child Bite, released 24 November 1. Still Fucked Up After All These Years 2. Garbage Odyssey 3. Sinking In Your Skin 4. Ancestral Ooze 5. Molestation of the Arts 6. Foreign Tissue Purge 7. Mongoloid Obsession 8. Obey The Wraith 9. In A Cloud Of Blood / Bog Infinity.
  2. 0 Menu Child Bite. Child Bite / Strange Waste CD $ Add to Cart. 19 minutes of high energy, jagged as fuck punk/metal. An LP's worth of material boiled down to an EP. Also available on vinyl as a double Garbage Odyssey 3. Sinking In Your Skin 4. Ancestral Ooze 5. Molestation Of The Arts 6. Foreign Tissue Purge.
  3. Strange Waste, an album by Child Bite on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.

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