Also, thanks for reminding me about "Montage of Heck"
Posted by Pugeye on 5/1/2017, 11:31 am, in reply to "Re: The best of the most ####ed up -weird, bizarre experimental etc--- music you've ever heard?"
Saw and enjoyed the documentary but forgot about the compilation. Dl'd the deluxe version. Pretty good so far but I'm a huge Nirvana fan and have a high tolerance for sloppy demo type recordings (big fan of Syd Barrett and Daniel Johnston). Sure, a lot of it is just Kurt ####ing around but it's still pretty entertaining and actually makes me wonder what Nirvana's albums would have been like with more psychedelic experimental sound collage type stuff (might not have worked but still...).
I don't know exactly what kind of stuff you're looking for but some krautrock slabs probably apply. A lot of the more experimental stuff is not my cuppa tea but there are exceptions like "The Faust Tapes" which is basically a bunch of songs snippets that Faust edited together. Then there's The Red Krayola who I'm always ravings about but is n acquired taste. All their stuff is weird but I wouldn't rank most of it amount the most bizarre or experimental music I've heard (except for stuff I have no interest in live "Coconut Hotel" or "Live 1967") though an album like "Malfactor, Ade" definitely qualifies and I enjoy it quite a bit.
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