We talk about exploitation movies but technically all movies are exploitation movies because most of them exist to make money. But in the aesthetic sense, what "exploitation" filmmakers would do would be to shoot films that the bigger, more successful studios wouldn't make in order to compete financially.
So they would make sex films, violent films, gory films, what have you. It was a more honest approach because they weren't trying to be intellectual or artistic, they were just going for the lowest common denominator. No pretensions, no bullshit. This is what you want, this what you get. Just give us your money. That's the trash aesthetic. Pure exploitation.
Horrorwitz: For rock and roll which I thought was always about emotion and sex and energy. So, really, there's no trash aesthetic to apply.
Trash is part and parcel of what rock and roll is. Brutarian: Along with not caring what other people think or taking responsibility for who you offend. Horrorwitz: Not Necessarily. Although, I have to admit, when I first started the band Let's call this period, the "pre-Ubangis" period Which didn't mean that we didn't dig what we were doing or didn't enjoy playing or weren't sincere or any good but that was the time when we'd play thirty minutes of chicken songs and then I'd come out for the grand finale wearing a chicken g-string and nothing else.
Eating dog food on the stage. Not that I'm above doing any of that now, mind you. But at the time there were a lot of rockabilly bands around, some really good, Album), some not-so-good, and a good part of that scene was just so filled with ego. Bands were trying to sound like Johnny Burnette who was awesome, of course, but you just ain't gonna sound like Johnny Burnette no matter how hard you try so why bother?
So I went to a bunch of guys several of whom were in bands already and said, "I'll bet you we could form a group, book a gig and have only one rehearsal and just do nothing but covers of these obscure songs and we would be instantly a million times better than these other groups.
So it started Vampire Blues - The Ubangis - Exploit Yourself (CD a joke, a bet really, but then we started getting calls for gigs, so much that the other guys couldn't invest any more time so they all bailed. So things momentarily stopped Manos: Until about when I met Brian. I had seen him with Date Bait and was intrigued by him and his band.
Brutarian: So ten years on and suddenly we have a theremin in the group? Horrorwitz: Well, Steve just came up to us and asked if he could play theremin on a few cuts. And he did and it meshed perfectly but we wanted him to play on more of our set so one day he showed up with his conga drums and it was amazing.
We've always had kind of a jungle sound on many of our tunes and his work just fleshed it out. Steve theremin player and percussionist : I use Album) play in bands years ago. I wasn't looking to join Album) band but Nancy his wife joined and I said to myself, "That looks like fun. Brutarian: How do you master an instrument like the theremin? It's next to impossible isn't it? Steve: To me it seems rather easy. Something anyone can master with a little effort.
Nasty Nancy: Not true at all. Not when every body movement can change the note. Manos: I have to disagree too. At every soundcheck you'll have the sound guy just shaking his head saying, "You're not really going to try to play that thing are you? Steve: Placement is important too. If you place it too close to other instruments you deaden the sound. Brutarian: Tell us about your soundtrack work that you Vampire Blues - The Ubangis - Exploit Yourself (CD earlier. Horrorwitz: Well, Steve and Nancy knew the guy that produces Franco's films now.
Then we got a call a couple of weeks later asking to use tracks in "Lust For Frankenstein" we he had just finished. This is how fast Jess Franco works. It's what he's known for. Moving quick. And then a few months later, I get a call from him asking if I could write a few original songs for his new film "Vampire Blues".
Horrorwitz: He picked two songs off our CD and said, "Make them kind of like this. Then we were called in for a third movie, "Blind Target". Manos: But they could never make up their mind what they wanted.
Horrorwitz: And the big mistake was allowing a third party connected with the production try to write lyrics. It ruined the formula. Brutarian: Which was the film that had all the silly whippings on a remote island? Brutarian: Your artwork was the only good thing about that travesty. Steve: Actually, the peeing in the frying pan scene was pretty funny.
Horrorwitz: Hey, I think that's actually a really good film! Close Menu Home. Vampire Timeline. Popular Categories.
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