Boredoms - Super æ


By 1998, Warner was only releasing Boredoms records in Japan but licensed them to smaller independent labels overseas. "Super Ae" marked a big shift for the band. They went from super-angular noise rock to psychedelic trance-inducing music with multiple drummers. This one had some versions in extravagant packaging, though North America got a mere excellent art design that fit into a regular jewel box. From this point on, there was no predicting what a Boredoms album might sound like. 

super huh??


Robert Gomez 27 May 2022 at 10:44  

This is why you never give marijuana to Japanese people.

badgerstump 27 May 2022 at 20:05  

no, this is why you always should.

kingpossum,  27 May 2022 at 23:53  

Correction: this appears to be a release by the Mexican band Bordomes. Perhaps that's where the confusion lies.

Anonymous,  28 May 2022 at 01:32  

Never could get into this album. Prefer the spontaneity of their earlier works, personally. This always seemed a bit too space age for me

Anonymous,  28 May 2022 at 11:32  

Mexican? The fuck you talkin' about, kingpossum?

badgerstump 28 May 2022 at 11:41  

Mrs Inside mis-spelt the bandname name and only The Lord Of All Marsupials noticed. So funny, it made me spit my coffee out this morning.

Mrs. Inside 28 May 2022 at 12:24  

oh for fuck's sake. fixing the spelling now. just in time for the band to change it to Voordoms and then something with an infinity symbol in it.

Anonymous,  14 June 2022 at 07:41  

Many thanks for this!