CRUDE DUDES Category
CRUDE DUDE RECORD REVIEW #3.
Posted on December 7, 2012 2 Comments
||| If you’re new to these reviews, the following is part of an on-going series we feature here that you’ll first be required to read about in an official “manifesto” at this location ||| CRUDE DUDE RECORD REVIEW #3 LYNCH MOB – WICKED SENSATION (1990) Review by: Mike Ballermann It’s the year 1990. The Ultimate Warrior […]
CRUDE DUDE RECORD REVIEW #2.
Posted on June 1, 2012 3 Comments
||| If you’re new to this, the following is part of an on-going series we’re featuring here that you’ll first be required to read about in an official “manifesto” at this location ||| CRUDE DUDE RECORD REVIEW #2 RATT – DETONATOR (1990) Review By: Uncle TNUC “We’re gladiators — pirate, hippie gladiators. Everyone wants to party […]
CRUDE DUDE RECORD REVIEW #1.
Posted on May 25, 2012 9 Comments
Crude Dude Manifesto: ||| Scholars proclaim that the official “era of the Crude Dude” is 1989-1993. This truly is the grand finale and last hurrah of the feel-good-party-metal scene. During this five year span, there was a distinct image that people seldom discuss. Gone was most of the make-up and spandex of previous years and […]
TWO CRUDE DUDES MIX.
Posted on March 9, 2012 19 Comments
It’s 1991. In most corners of the world, the big names in party metal/hair metal have unexpectedly been kicked to the curb. This is both frustrating and confusing. Grunge and alt-rock are on the brink of exploding onto the music scene and you’re feeling pretty lost. Why would anyone dream of giving up on feel-good […]
TWO CRUDE DUDES VIDEO [VIDEO PREMIERE].
Posted on February 24, 2012 3 Comments
Nobody told them that when they’d give up the ‘ludes, they’d become TWO CRUDE DUDES. They gallop down the Pacific Coast Highway in a 1986 JEEP CJ-7 and a 1985 Monte Carlo SS (with T-Tops), each with one arm out the window, fully tanned, veins popping out and chewing bubble gum. Their plan? To bulldoze down […]
Posted on February 5, 2010 8 Comments
If you’ve ever pondered the notion of what TNUC was doing during the forgotten 1990’s, this exclusive peek inside could be your only chance. This never-before-seen footage of a typical morning surfaced last week from a laboratory archive in the Valley.