California is the third and final studio album by American experimental rock band Mr. Bungle. It was released on July 13, 1999, through Warner Bros
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Bungle is the debut studio album by American experimental rock band Mr. It was released on August 13, 1991, through Warner Bros. The album contains many genre shifts which are typical of the band, and helped increase the band's popularity, gaining them a cult following. The album cover features artwork by Dan Sweetman, originally published in the story, "A Cotton Candy Autopsy" in the DC Comics/Piranha Press imprint title Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children.
Poison is definitely among fiction’s greatest weapons. Hercule Poirot and Sherlock Holmes seem to have developed the audience’s taste for untraceable, fast-acting poisons. Also, if gently rubbed on their checks, it would create a reddish color, what today would be known as blush! This plant seems innocent enough, right? Well, actually, if ingested, a single leaf is lethal and that’s why it was used to make poison-tipped arrows. The berries of this plant are the most dangerous – consumption of ten of the attractive-looking berries is fatal.
A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "poison" - from the Lyrics. Well I've opened up my veins too many times And the poison's in my heart and in my mind Poison's in my bloodstream, poison's in my pride I'm after. hold you, but my senses tell me to stop I wanna kiss you but I want it too much (too much) I wanna taste you but your lips are venomous poison You're.
Album Yesterdays Gone. It's a quarter to three And you're staring at me Like I should know what to say But I'm just as lost as you. So we toss and we turn Through another long night Like we're waiting for the fever to break But I'm just as scared as you. We can't stop but we both know It should have ended a long time ago So I'm letting go. It's just too late to save It's too late to try We're just too far away It used to be so right.
Not only was the third Bungle album delayed, but every festival appearance they’d been booked for at which the Chilis were also playing got cancelled at the behest of erstwhile bridge-lurker Kiedis. Which, that summer, was pretty much all of them. The album itself? Pretty sure this one was in FACT’s 100 Best Albums of the 1990s, and with good reason. Patton called this their pop album; even though it would still alienate you if you played its songs at a party, it did have way more traditional structures and singing styles than Disco Volante.