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You Didn't Give A Damn About The Exploding Man Because You Killed Him
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Because if Anthony killed Ducky, Top Dawg could be servin' life While I grew up without a father and die in a gunfight. So, I was takin' a walk the other da. ore on Genius. 9th Wonder Originally Thought He Had Three Songs On Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN. Kendrick Lamar Created Multiple Versions of good kid, . What have the artists said about this song? Kendrick Lamar: Top himself didn’t know I was going to do it or even execute it in that fashion, to be the last song or to be anywhere. Just making it make sense. I remember playing it for him, he flipped because further than the song, when you really can hear your life in words that is so true to you and that effected your life one hundred percent through one decision, it really makes you sit back and cherish the moment. I think that’s something we all did playing that record. Like, man, look where we at.

And I don't give a damn about a greenback dollar, spend it as fast as I can. For a wailin' song and a good guitar, the only things that I understand, poor boy, the only things that I understand Hoyt Axton. She’s not a guitar player nor a folk singer, She is a model modeling clothes. She is very well-versed in her money that she makes, It is pity she is not in charge of our fiscal policy, She knows what Federal Reserve knows

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The man who taught him things about his own universe the detective himself had never seen. The man who had encountered a mess of a life and somehow managed to transform it into something with meaning. Not really different, yet nor the same. Just someone who had seen, and liked what he saw. Now, life in 221B was even more of a madhouse than it had been prior to this change of dynamic. The fire consumed them and the water flooded the sitting room

Because he probably knows the paladins calls him space dad, so this scene is just him being a little shit about it. I can just imagine Lance face palming himself in the background at this. omg dreamworks stop making me feel for the damn clone now i love the clone you happy?!! shiro shiro the hero he's such a dork shiro's vlog kuron's vlog? vld voltron i don't know lance lance mcclain kuron klance. Clarke: Except for you, buddy, because I don't give a damn how much you might not want to, your ass is staying alive. I won't live without you. Don't think I've forgotten about that list, babe. Bellamy: Yeah, I was talking about O. Clarke: Ahh, okay, cool.

Let me give you some advice, bastard: never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor, and it can never be used to hurt you. Jon Snow: What the hell do you know about being a bastard? Tyrion Lannister: All dwarfs are bastards in their fathers' eyes. Until my brother killed him. Life is full of these little ironies. You're almost a man now, he said, but you're not worthy of my land and title. Tomorrow you're going to take the black, forsake all claims to your inheritance and start north. If you do not," he said, "then we will have a hunt, and somewhere in these woods, your horse will stumble and you'll be thrown from your saddle to die.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Shit For Brains
Producer – The Bastards*, Mark Trehus
A2 Who Cares
Producer – The Bastards*, Mark Trehus
B1 Frank
B2 Loser
Producer – Joseph Martin , Rona Drama
B3 Motor City Kid
Drums – Tommy ReyProducer – The Bastards*Producer, Engineer – Butch Vig

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Treehouse Records
  • Distributed By – EFA – EFA-ML 04497-90
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Glitterhouse Records
  • Copyright (c) – Glitterhouse Records
  • Recorded At – Salmagundi Studios
  • Recorded At – Smart Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – Pauler Acoustics


  • Bass, Vocals – Anthony Martin
  • Design – Dromette*
  • Drums – Dave Wieland (tracks: A1 to B2)
  • Engineer – Steve McKinstry (tracks: A1 to B2)
  • Guitar, Vocals – Joachim Breuer
  • Lacquer Cut By – G. Pauler*


Title on spine: Exploding Man EP

Catalog number on spine GR0064 and on back cover and labels GR 0064

A compilation of the Bastards first 2 1/2 singles.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 8323
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GR-0064 A G. Pauler
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GR-0064 B
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This is just a fantastic 12"! I bought this from a record store called Vinyl Dreams in Oasis in Birmingham UK in the early 90's. I'd heard John Peel (RIP) play Neighbor by Bastards on his now legendary radio show and thought 'I have to get everything that Bastards have ever done'. And I did!!! Shit For Brains is still one of my all time favourite tunes and I still play it today. Any fan of Sub-Pop, TAD, early Nirvana etc should try and get this 12" or anything else by Bastards. All the tracks on this 12" are great and have a real dirty, noisy yet tuneful and powerful feel to them which makes them great! Buy It Now!