May 25, 2016

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Hello, so Van Gaal is finally gone after bizarre hate campaign by the press, specially the Guardian showed its nasty side. Mourinho is so much better, then again maybe this way the London journaille tries to ruin Man U some more. Maybe this way the young stars V Gaal developed can be picked up by Arsenal and the like as Mourinho is notorious not taking changes with youngsters, he is after all a complete nutcase

Today also known as RevCo,  an Belgian–American industrial rock band and, sometimes, supergroup that began as a musical side-project for Richard 23 of Front 242, Luc Van Acker, and Al Jourgensen of Ministry....N'Joy

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The group was founded by Richard 23 and Luc Van Acker with Al Jourgensen as their producer.[1] According to Van Acker, the band adopted their name after trying out "insulting French expressions" on a waiter in a Chicago bar, ordering something they said meant "revolting cock" which led the waiter to say, "You are revolting cocks!" Their first release was "No Devotion" on Wax Trax records in 1985. The single was quickly followed by an album, Big Sexy Land (1986), featuring a mix of Wax Trax-industrial, hard rock, and EBM with dominating sampling and strong synthesized beats. The album featured the Blade Runner homage and club hit "Attack Ships on Fire," while the artwork introduced "the Three Guys," anonymous faces from an old photograph that would represent the band on album covers for years to come.

Richard 23 quit in 1986 due to creative differences. The group's remaining two members were augmented by a rapidly changing set of musicians centered on Chris Connelly (Finitribe, Murder Inc., and The Damage Manual), Paul Barker (The Blackouts, Ministry, later Pink Anvil, U.S.S.A., and Flowering Blight), and Bill Rieflin (The Blackouts, Ministry, later playing with R.E.M. and Robyn Hitchcock), with around twenty others as irregular contributors or guest artists. Ministry associates Paul Barker, Chris Connelly, and Bill Rieflin would join Van Acker and Jourgensen for a tour supporting the album, recordings of which surfaced in 1988 on the live album and video You Goddamned Son of a Bitch. Linger Ficken' Good... The nihilistic party attitude of the band had now officially taken over any grand artistic aspirations, and if the success of 1989's Stainless Steel Providers didn't prove their audience was right there with them, college radio and clubs being dominated by 1990's "Beers, Steers + Queers" certainly did. Beers, Steers + Queers, the album, followed that same year and included two cover versions of "(Let's Get) Physical," one a simple loop of the word "physical" that goes on for 13 minutes. The band celebrated the album's release by touring the country with the Skatenigs -- whose vocalist, Phil Owen, had contributed to Beers -- and the always-vile Mentors as support. Linger Ficken' Good... from 1993 was a more subdued album, but it was still shocking that the Warner Bros.-associated Sire released the album and helped the band score another club hit with their cover of Rod Stewart's "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?"

Cocked and Loaded Years passed and it seemed the Revco were officially over until 2004, when the track "Prune Tang" appeared on the Internet, announcing the coming of their next album, Purple Head. The Ryko label reissued the band's first two albums that year with bonus tracks, but the new album failed to appear. A year later, a cover version of Bauhaus' "Dark Entries" with Butthole Surfer Gibby Haynes as vocalist appeared on the Saw II soundtrack.

After assembling a touring line up to open for Ministry on the MasterBaTour of 2006, Jourgensen chose vocalist Josh Bradford (Stayte, Simple Shelter, V.H.S.), keyboardist Clayton Worbeck (Stayte, Simple Shelter), and guitarist Sin Quirin (Society 1, later Ministry and ReVamp) as the new full-time members for the Revolting Cocks, now simply being called "RevCo". The group recorded Sex-O Olympic-O, which was originally set to be released in October 2008, but was delayed until the following February, and was officially released on March 3, 2009. Sex-O Olympic-O was followed up by Got Cock?, released on April 13, 2010.The latter included a cover version of 2 Live Crew’s “Me So Horny.”.

In celebration of Wax Trax! Records, the "Wax Trax! Records Retrospectacle: 33 1/3 Year Anniversary" was held from April 15 to 17, 2011 at Metro Chicago in Chicago, Illinois. As a part of the lineup, Chris Connelly, Paul Barker and Luc Van Acker performed Revolting Cocks songs with various guests. For their performance on the 17th, Richard 23 joined them on stage to sing lead vocals on "No Devotion"

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Helping to establish the Midwestern tradition of prolific industrial cross-pollination, industrial-dance supergroup Revolting Cocks released their debut Big Sexy Land appropriately enough on Wax Trax! in 1986. Featuring Ministry's Al Jourgensen, Luc Van Acker and Front 242's Richard 23 as well as Chris Connelly (Fini Tribe/KMFDM) , the group produced an electronic grind that fans of Wax Trax! artists from this era will find very familiar. Plenty of slap bass and contorted samples abound on highlight cuts like "We Shall Cleanse the World," "No Devotions," and the most house-influenced track, "TV Mind." Fine dance music with plenty of cool synth and sample trickery, Big Sexy Land is a distinguished debut from a "side project" that occasionally surpasses the day-job work that its members became famous for. Oh and I should mention the clear influence of early Shriekback here

Revolting Cocks - Big Sexy Land (flac 569mb)

01 38 4:09
02 We Shall Cleanse The World 5:34
03 Attack Ships On Fire 4:54
04 Big Sexy Land 3:58
05 Union Carbide (West Virginia) 3:17
06 T.V. Mind 5:41
07 No Devotion 6:52
08 Union Carbide (Bhopal) 3:37
09 You Often Forget (Malignant) 8:29
10 You Often Forget (Benign) 4:30
11 Attack Ships... 4:43
12 ...On Fire 6:51
13 No Devotion (12" Mix) 10:32
14 T.V. Mind Remix 4:26

Revolting Cocks - Big Sexy Land   (ogg  190mb)

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Arriving two years after the debut Big Sexy Land, Revolting Cocks' You Goddamned Son of a Bitch wasn't so much a live album as a truer, sicker representation of the group's angrily mechanistic, claustrophobic industrial grunt. Joining ringleader Al Jourgensen were Luc Van Acker, Chris Connelly, Paul Barker, and Bill Rieflin; together, they energized the stark nihilism of the Big Sexy material with insulting stage banter, vocals, samples that hit with a more vicious edge, and relentless programming and electronic percussion that removed the human being's eventual need for a rest. The result was a grinding industrial endurance test. In addition to "TV Mind" and "We Shall Cleanse the World," Goddamned Son of a Bitch was highlighted by its title track and "In the Neck"." ("I'm a killing machine!," went the latter's less than subtle lyrics, and it wasn't hard to believe.) Rykodisc reissued the album in 2004, as part of a series celebrating the early part of Al Jourgensen's career. Newly mastered, the album was also expanded to two discs, and augmented with live versions of "Stainless Steel Providers" and P.I.L.'s "Public Image" from a 1990 12".

Revolting Cocks - Live! You Goddamned Son Of A Bitch (flac 592mb)

01 You Goddamned Son Of A Bitch 4:50
02 Cattle Grind 5:53
03 We Shall Cleanse The World 7:10
04 38 4:20
05 In The Neck 5:08
06 You Often Forget 8:25
07 T.V. Mind 7:43
08 Union Carbide 8:27
09 Attack Ships On Fire 7:29
10 No Devotion 11:54
11 Stainless Steel Providers (Live In Glasgow) 6:49

Revolting Cocks - Live! You Goddamned Son Of A Bitch   (ogg  191mb)

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If any industrial unit can be compared to the twisted, madcap humor of Frank Zappa, it's the Revolting Cocks. While other industrial acts offer dark, depressing reflections on the state of the world, the Cocks can hardly be accused of taking themselves too seriously. Their forte is wild musical comedy as goofy and eccentric as it is irreverent. Beers, Steers + Queers, the group's most successful album up to that point and arguably its best, must be taken for exactly what it is -- outrageous entertainment, pure and simple. A variety of amusing samples accompany abrasive, clever tracks that successfully combine industrial noise with elements of everything from heavy metal and new wave to hip-hop. Numbers like "Get Down" and "Razor's Edge" point to the fact that as abstract and left-of-center as the Cocks are, they recognize the value of a good hook and a solid groove.

Revolting Cocks - Beers, Steers & Queers (flac 544mb)

01 Beers, Steers & Queers 5:56
02 (Let's Get) Physical 4:16
03 In The Neck 5:32
04 Get Down 6:53
05 Stainless Steel Providers 5:49
06 Can't Sit Still 5:31
07 Something Wonderful 4:32
08 Razor's Edge 4:43
09 Cattle Grind (Studio Mix) 4:41
10 At The Top 6:23
11 Beers, Steers & Queers (Drop Yer Britches Mix) 5:44
12 Beers, Steers & Queers (Take 'Em Right Off Mix) 4:20
13 (Let's Talk) Physical 6:52
14 Public Image (Live In Glasgow) 4:03

Revolting Cocks - Beers, Steers & Queers   (ogg  179mb)

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