Sunday, April 9, 2017
Stick Men With Ray Guns - Some People Deserve To Suffer
SMWRG was performance art. We used extreme methods to point out the irrationality of life, hatred, violence and racism. Although obviously based around front man Bobby Soxx, SMWRG soon developed an unusual stage persona, one with no pretense of rationality. We simply let the band seek its own level, and that level was strange indeed.
What you hear with SMWRG is exactly what we wanted to do together. We could not have cared less if it was popular or if it ever made any money. I wish that more bands felt that way, maybe their music would be more interesting.
They were indeed noisy, confrontational, and more than a little blasphemous. Just the way I like it! Sadly, outside of a few compilation appearances they never had a proper release during their run. This 2002 release is a collection of goodies from the early days. Suck on that, Jesus!
Come On Satan Baby