Gullible Bum
June 1, 2002 7:46 PM   Subscribe

Gullible Bum - "The Official Unofficial The The Site." A great web site with a brilliant interface for an incredible band. "Abandon your preconceptions about site navigation."
posted by dgeiser13 (4 comments total)
Well, Hell, it's "the The"! (That's always so difficult to type). Thanks, but now I am going to have to suffer through the incomprehesible interface to see what Matt's been up to lately ...
posted by yhbc at 9:21 PM on June 1, 2002

oh, shit. i just discovered these guys for myself a few months ago, after finding one of their records and realising i once lived in the same building as one of the musicians on infected. picked up the record for $1, was really intrigued after the clerk at the desk described them as "tom waits fronting the church", and feel my money was well-invested in this piece of vinyl. ("slow train to dawn" seems too close to one aspect of my social life right now.) their music is so dense, but in a good way -- there's a lot to chew on there, mentally speaking.

if anyone is intrigued, i would highly recommend they bypass gullible bum for this is the the day, the official website. much easier to navigate, and some better features, like a music video for the new song.

sorry to ramble like this -- it's weird to buy a record in the morning and BOOM find a thread on it on mefi that night. especially if it's a band that's not as well known as, oh, radiohead or creed. :)
posted by pxe2000 at 9:41 PM on June 1, 2002

Yeah, that PHP error message makes for an amazing navigational interface indeed...
posted by Samizdata at 1:50 AM on June 2, 2002

I saw him play once in the olden days, but the haze within and without my head then (and even now, a little) reduces me to guessing at the decade, never mind the year and the place. 1983? Buffalo?

[1932? Tuscaloosa?]
posted by pracowity at 5:28 AM on June 2, 2002

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