Pink Filth
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Bandname
Pink Filth
Country
US / San Antonio, Texas
Founded
1989
Musicstyle
Country Psych • Space Rock • Garage Punk
Homepage
Contact
Uncle Buzz Records, 5014 Arbor Ridge, San Antonio Texas 78228
 2 Links
Home Pages
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Records:
Rubber Room
Record ID: 680
Label
Get Happy!! Records SMALL 04
Released
2001
Tracks
3
Format
No CD • 7''
Musicstyle
Country Psych • Psychedelic
Remark
Reissue from their 2nd Single (1996). 2 Cover Versions (The Hombres / Porter Wagener). Limited to 99 copies, clear vinyl
 1 Review
CARBON 14 issue # 8 review of PINK FILTH - Let It All Hang Out 7":
Madness, I tell you, madness! Crazed ranting over a twisted psychedelic and lively boogie background full of tastey and bizarre loops, samples, and effects. The ranting voice keeps it well in hand, letting the madness flow without being strident, the monologue actually reaching a sensible conclusion, a small chorus of earnest and wasted sounding individuals exhorting us to "Let It All Hang Out." My feelings exactly. It's followed by a dance remix version of the same, with the rant this time pumped through various weirdnesses. It reaffirms my agreement to "Keep an open mind. let it all hang out." "Rubber Room" is a little bit of the Fugs, a little bit of Jello Biafra, and a little Eugene Chadbourne. It's a warning to 
full review (Eliot Duhan)

Sugar Shock
Record ID: 681
Label
Uncle Buzz Records
Released
2001
Format
No CD • LP
Musicstyle
Space Rock • Garage
Remark
Real Space Bubblegum Neo-Sixties Psych
 1 Review
CLASSIC BUBBLEGUM's REVIEW OF "SUGAR SHOCK" : Put on your saccharine suit, throw a pineapple in a blender, sit in your pink plastic playpen in front of the TV, toss some gum in your mouth, and be prepared for a sugar shock. Pink Filth is preempting the Brady Bunch tonight to bring you this special album.

It's all silly of course (although Special Girl and Pineapple Pinwheel sound serious!) and if you're into looking for serious influences, you will find them. There's the Chipmunked Ramone open and Who-like riffs in Sugar Shock, the Alice Cooper cloning in T.V. Screen and Vinyl Junkie, and the ultra-nasal reading of the 1910 Fruitgum Co.'s Dee-Licious (note the sly use of "Duh" instead of the Fruitgum's "Dill" in the chorus). But once you get past the pointless 
full review Andrew Bergery

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2nd album from San Antonio, TX's psychy bubble wavers. 10 chewy tunes from N. Velvet, Riff Rambo & Baby Jessica who sound like a combination of Devo, Ohio Express, Klaus Cornfield, Chipmunks, Trex and B-52. Buy record at ( col. 25.60 EUR) Greatest Hits Mailorder (D) change  

Seventeen Bubblegum Smashes
Record ID: 682
Label
Lost Records
Released
1998
Tracks
17
Format
No CD • LP
Musicstyle
Acid Rock • Garage
Remark
Bubblegum Neo Sixties Psych
 2 Reviews
CLASSIC BUBBLEGUM's REVIEW OF 17 BUBBLEGUM SMASHES : Sadly unavailable (it originally was distributed on vinyl and in cassette form wrapped with a piece of bubblegum!), Pink Filth covers bona fide bubblegum songs and unwraps a few bubblegum-ready nuggets to arrive at Seventeen Bubblegum Smashes. Averaging less than two-minutes, the Devo/Barnes & Barnes-influenced trio rips through the gummiest of bubblegum, psychedelic bubblegum and whatever Alice Cooper's Clones was. If I were to pick a single from this group however, it would be the Texas twanged Sugar and Spice backed with Clones.

The Filth steps off the bubblegum train with the covers of T.Rex's Hang-Ups, Sugarloaf's Don't Call Us, We'll Call You, The Hombres' Let It All Hang Out, and Hawkwind's (!) Quark, Strangeness & 
full review Andrew Bergery


EXPOSE MAGAZINE issue 16, 2000 review of Pink Filth - Seventeen Bubblegum Smashes!
Um. This is not Pink Floyd, it is Pink Filth. The name is not only a clever pun to fool high school stoners into buying the album (if they could find it in any store on this planet) but it also is a pretty good description of the music. Pink, because it is disturbingly bubblegummmmmy and Filth for the complete lack of any polish. I could go on for two pages about all the influences I could find, so I'm not going to mention any. Oh, believe me I want to, but as soon as I think of one that fits it changes into something that is not even remotely connected except by one thing (you'd better sit down). None of it sounds anything like what is usually referred to as progressive. But in my opinion that 
full review Rich Norwood

Areala
Record ID: 699
Label
Antarctic Press
Released
1996
Format
CD • No Vinyl
Musicstyle
Neo Psych • Space Rock • Stoner
Remark
CD with comic book
 1 Review
BITTER MAGAZINE april/may 1996 review of PINK FILTH Shotgun Mary comic and cd
The latest in the trend of 'nuns with guns'(i.e. Deathblow and Angeline), Shotgun Mary packs heat in her fight against the forces of Hell-not the Hell, of course, but some sort of Hell that makes for a convenient angel-versus-devil, heaven-versus-hell battle. The bonus to this glossed trek through rain-soaked streets is a head banging soundtrack accompanying the good girl fighting those pesky demons. The plot is high on allegory, which make it appear simpler than it really is. For instance, Shotgun's impressive computer colorations has evil ablaze in flaming orange hues and the victimized bathed in cool blues. And like all renegade heroes, Mary rides a chopper, wears leather, caps off rounds and talks to 
full review Rene A. Guzman

The Rubber Room
Record ID: 703
Label
Uncle Buzz Records
Released
1996
Tracks
3
Format
No CD • 7''
Musicstyle
Country Psych
Remark
clear vinyl
Shotgun Mary
Record ID: 700
Label
Antarctic Press
Released
1995
Format
CD • No Vinyl
Musicstyle
Hard Rock • Stoner • Space Rock
Remark
CD with comic book, itīs the soundtrack to a kinda metal comicbook
 1 Review
BITTER MAGAZINE april/may 1996 review of PINK FILTH Shotgun Mary comic and cd
The latest in the trend of 'nuns with guns'(i.e. Deathblow and Angeline), Shotgun Mary packs heat in her fight against the forces of Hell-not the Hell, of course, but some sort of Hell that makes for a convenient angel-versus-devil, heaven-versus-hell battle. The bonus to this glossed trek through rain-soaked streets is a head banging soundtrack accompanying the good girl fighting those pesky demons. The plot is high on allegory, which make it appear simpler than it really is. For instance, Shotgun's impressive computer colorations has evil ablaze in flaming orange hues and the victimized bathed in cool blues. And like all renegade heroes, Mary rides a chopper, wears leather, caps off rounds and talks to 
full review (Rene A. Guzman)

The Minnesota Fats Domino Theory Of Relativity
Record ID: 702
Label
Uncle Buzz Records
Released
1994
Tracks
4
Format
No CD • 7''
Musicstyle
Experimental • Psychedelic • Indie
Remark
pink vinyl
 2 Reviews / 1 Link
CARBON 14 issue # 8 review of PINK FILTH - Let It All Hang Out 7":
Madness, I tell you, madness! Crazed ranting over a twisted psychedelic and lively boogie background full of tastey and bizarre loops, samples, and effects. The ranting voice keeps it well in hand, letting the madness flow without being strident, the monologue actually reaching a sensible conclusion, a small chorus of earnest and wasted sounding individuals exhorting us to "Let It All Hang Out." My feelings exactly. It's followed by a dance remix version of the same, with the rant this time pumped through various weirdnesses. It reaffirms my agreement to "Keep an open mind. let it all hang out." "Rubber Room" is a little bit of the Fugs, a little bit of Jello Biafra, and a little Eugene Chadbourne. It's a warning to 
full review Eliot Duhan

SONIC ATTACK Sep. 8 1994 vol.6 # 2 review of PINK FILTH Minnesota Fats Domino Theory Of Relativity 7"
Um, well. This is interesting. First of all this E.P. comes in bubblegum pink vinyl. Side A begins with "The Minnesota Fats Domino Theory Of Relativity," roughly 30 seconds long and total noise. "Convoy" follows. Remember the C.W.Mcall song? I didn't think so. In case you do, picture the lyrics narrated to the tune of Tone Loc's "Funky Cold Medina" with a couple of extra Van Halen samples thrown in. The highlight of Side B on this five song extravaganza is "Third Stoner From The Sun" sort of a Super Cat rappin' reggae number somehow hybridized with Led Zeppelin's Brontosaurus stomp circa "Physical Graffiti." It also appears Pink Filth and Spleen may have the same publicist if that 
full review PatJones

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