Monday, November 10, 2008

Black Metal-The Prank Call


Perhaps some of you have heard the prank call below at some point, as it's been around for a while. I first heard it from a friend who claimed to know the guys who were responsible for it. I think he said they were in a hardcore band or something like that, and that they had put the call on their demo. You kinda' have put aside the slightly racist, over the top black accent to enjoy it (at least I did), as well as the fact that the whole call is based upon a premise first introduced by A.C. a million years ago (with the song Living Colour Is My Favorite Black Metal Band). Having said that, there are still some gems in there. Certainly helps put the concept of "evil" in black metal further into question.





15 comments:

  1. Wouldn't be funny without the over-the-top Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction accent. But this shit is pure gold! Hats off to the dude for holding it down and not bursting out laughing.

    God, too many gems to point out.

    They call me the evil mothafucka.

    I bet you ain't shot shit. You shot a mothafuckin' load in you hand, Joe.

    You don't want no chocolate in your vanilla?

    Pure genius. The dude is king. The only thing more hilarious are suburban douches called Joe(!), who are into "evil and darkness". And Darkham.

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  2. It just occurred to me: the dude actually sounds like Sarsippius!

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  3. I believe Racer X made a song about this prank.

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  4. Yes, they did, it's in the 'Superheroes' album and includes some parts of the conversation. Apparently, "Another song on the Superheroes album, Evil Joe, features samples from a prank call made by a friend of Gilbert in which he pretends to be a brother from the ghetto that responds to an ad by Joe, who looks to form a black metal band."

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  5. Racer X's website has the history of Evil Joe prank call and a download of it in entirety - http://www.racerxband.com/cool.htm
    Also, the prank call is featured at the end of some versions of Mushroomhead's Bwomp (Extended version) from their XX album. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XX_(album)
    Please don't ask how I know about the Mushroomhead track. I am so ashamed.

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  6. It's also on the end of a Raging Speedhorn CD.

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  7. That was great! The tard couldn't come up with anything better than I grew up in suburbs as an only child. That little punk had no clue what to say about anything the prankster has heaving at him. FOOL!

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  8. There is now a venue at E. 72nd and St. Clair. The neighborhood is still pretty rough though. Joe wouldn't last long over there.

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  9. This is the greatest prank call in the history of all living things.

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  12. The voice behind this awesome prank call is JMANN one of MuShRoOmHeAd's lead singers. It's was at the very end of M3 which released early 2000’s. I've met Joe and yes he's as much of a douche as you'd think

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