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The Samuel Jackson Five

Person Most Likely To Enjoy The Taste Of Human Flesh (5:56)

Title found on webpage with bad yearbook pictures, the picture wasn't that bad I think, but the text….

Sigmund Bade: bass, noise-synth, drum-machine, vibraslap Stian Tangerud: drums, percussion Thomas Kaldhol: baritone guitar, electric guitar Thomas Meidell: 12 string electric guitar, acoustic guitar, metalophone, rhodes, samples, space-echo

Ingebrigt Haaker-Flaten: upright bass Dag Stiberg: alt saxophone Magnus Nielsen: violin, viola


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  • I imagine like what the title says. It's first how you acquire the flesh (smooth, persuasive beat) then the twisted part where you finally manage to taste it (latter portion of the song).
  • A standout track, they should have more like this
  • easily misunderstood mid section, excellently put by blankshores
  • a brilliant song for those who understand. i love it.
  • This is truly a difficult song. It has challenged me to reexamine my positions on musical creativity. As someone below mentions, " perfectly justifies the title."; the solo section is like diving into the mind of someone who does a good job at hiding their dark secrets, but can't keep them hidden forever. It's gonna get ugly if you can't maintain that facade all the time.
  • Worst solo section ever.
  • it went from being awesome to sounding like a broken record
  • Look ma, I'm experimental! Dig the track.
  • Loved the start of it, but the spasm/fit they have in the middle kinda ruined it.
  • Wow! It is great! It is much more than typical postrock music! so many interesting sounds!

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