Category Archives: Mr. Bungle

1995

’95 was kicked off by the World Trade Organization replacing the General Agreement on Tarriffs and Trade. It had the usual large earthquakes, avalances, hurricanes and other natural disasters. Hackers hacked some of the US’s most secure computer systems. The … Continue reading

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1991

1991 was overflowing with new music and sounds, as well as more of a throwback to the 60’s and 70’s but mixed with new combinations. Fashion started to change yet again, bands were going for different sounds (but partly rooted … Continue reading

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1989

Many things happened in 1989… some of which were rather important. Reagan’s farewell speech… thus ending the Reagan years. The actor president had many quirks (astrology, superstition, infatuation with outer space and extraterrestrials, contradictory views, etc) but was quite celebrated … Continue reading

Posted in 1989, 80's X-Men, 80s, 80s music, action movies, Berlin Wall, comic books, Faith No More, Frank Zappa, funk, heavy metal, live, melvins, Mike Patton, Mr. Bungle, punk, radical, reagan era, rock | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment