Freak Scene. J Mascis. Dinosaur Jr. No Bones. They Always Come. Yeah We Know. Let It Ride. Pond Song. The Post. Keep the Glove. I was also painting and drawing with thick, clumpy paint and plaster, and embedding objects into the materials.
I had a handful of toys, rocks, doll parts, and gummy candy that I was moving around and considering. Some of those gummy worms and a huge gummy fly ultimately made the back cover. I vaguely recall wanting to build the mosquito out of gummy candy—but losing interest. Amazingly, I gave no thought at all about how the original might reproduce.
J tipped me off as to how crummy the test pressings looked—basically four shades of poopy, mud-colored sludge caked in around the mosquito head. There have been better looking versions than that first pressing, but unless someone decides to do it in gold ink, it will never look quite right. Everything in my process as an artist and the production of image making for the band seemed completely in sync with this project. I pulled material from all of my contemporary sketches and writing.
I was very interested in ideas about consumption, looking at loads of medical books and food imagery, especially nutritionally empty foods like Rice Krispie treats and marshmallow fluff. As students, we were taught never to let technical ineptitude get in the way of a good idea. The video appeared on MTV, back when it actually ran music videos. Soon enough, I got a call from a Sesame Street lawyer who threatened to sue.
I consider this to be an excellent accomplishment. The s were ending. I was finally graduating from college. J had dropped out and was touring like crazy. To be honest, I have no idea how he managed it as long as he did. The Seattle scene was blowing up, and it seemed like that was the place to be. My younger sister Megan, who graduated from college a year ahead of me, had been selling T-shirts for Dinosaur Jr. She got a job answering phones at Sub Pop and decided to stay on.
J had recently stopped working with Lou Barlow, and Dinosaur Jr. I wanted J to like the work, but I was over the sort of illustrations that Dinosaur Jr. I wanted to try something different. I was making a lot of work with representations of family and childhood. From some early sketches, I came up with a forest scene and doll, fashioned from a bizarre toilet paper holder I found at Goodwill.
Redirected from Freak Scene song. This article is about the song by Dinosaur Jr.. For the subculture, see Freak scene. Sample of "Freak Scene", featuring Mascis' distinctive "slacker" vocal drawl and a layered guitar sound. Nirvana: The Biography. Da Capo Press. Retrieved on August 22, April 7, Bug: Live [Reissue] by Dinosaur Jr.
Feb 10, Only 6 left in stock more on the way. Only 3 left in stock - order soon. Freak Scene [Explicit] by Dinosaur Jr. Pond Song by Dinosaur Jr. Budge by Dinosaur Jr. They Always come by Dinosaur Jr. Yeah We Know by Dinosaur Jr. Let It Ride by Dinosaur Jr. No Bones by Dinosaur Jr. The Post by Dinosaur Jr. Keep the Glove by Dinosaur Jr. Don't by Dinosaur Jr. Go back to filtering menu.Freak Scene Lyrics: Seen enough to eye you / But I've seen too much to try you / It's always weirdness while you / Dig it much too much to fry you / The weirdness flows between us / Anyone can tell to.