Melvins - Gluey Porch Treatments Lyrics




You learned how to cry
And I don't think you're sorry.
You need a little smack of reality
And I'm gonna be sick.

Now you takes a test
I ask her do you like it.
You takes a pile of boards on a gluey porch
And I laugh.

You like too a-rapachu a-you like you a-rapachu a-really low.





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  1. Jose Gomez

    #throwbackthursday

  2. Jose Gomez

    Tremendous song!

  3. Paul Pinargote

    This album is from 1987 in case if people were wondering

    amon ra

    He wrote from 1999 but the production is straight 80s

  4. Punk93Metal

    How the fuck does Buzz get that insane sound from 4:40 to 4:45? Sounds like it wants to collapse into feedback!

  5. cosmostupid123

    The Swans is oozing out of this song

  6. KazPranks

    I FUCKING LOVE THE MELVINS

  7. Sarah K

    can't wait to see them on their 30th anniversary tour!!!!!!! will be my fourth time seeing them. :-D

  8. cthulhugamete

    Yep, nothing really matches early Swans in that department.

  9. cthulhugamete

    Cringer...haven't heard that name in forever.

  10. tehbilbo79

    Dale really roams around on this one. If Matt doesn't keep it tight on bass, this thing falls apart around 2:20. The cohesiveness is genius.

  11. fatwheels MN

    I love Melvins. I love Electric Wizard. they r different bands. different genres. And both fucking awesome. Dont compare them.

  12. Barrel Shape

    You cannot listen to this song and not do the slow deliberate headbang. I've tried and it can't be done.

  13. t .byrne

    gotta love the melvins
    no choice

  14. ajscitco90

    Melvins fucking awsome band

  15. Indigotten

    my favorite song, when it plays i can feel it in my body

  16. Wes Marsen

    Honestly, I think the guys from the Melvins and Electric Wizard would find people arguing about which band is heavier to be laughable in the first place.

  17. TurdF3rgu50n

    This album was my first exposure to the Melvins, minus that song Instant Larry they did for the Demon Knight soundtrack on the 90s. I never heard anything so ominous or haunting as that bass line and those drum hitz. I had to shut it off before the song ended. Fast forward to 6 months later. My friend sends me some pacific nw bud so I smoked a bone of it and listened to the song Boris, and was immediately hooked. They've been my favorite band ever since.

  18. TurdF3rgu50n

    This album was my first exposure to the Melvins, minus that song Instant Larry they did for the Demon Knight soundtrack on the 90s. I never heard anything so ominous or haunting as that bass line and those drum hitz. I had to shut it off before the song ended. Fast forward to 6 months later. My friend sends me some pacific nw bud so I smoked a bone of it and listened to the song Boris, and was immediately hooked. They've been my favorite band ever since.

  19. domesticide

    1987. Not 1999. Pure Awesomeness!!!

  20. Melvortar naxtar

    where´s is the epic button

  21. CresswellTim

    @Endtrail99 I remember buying it in when it was first released having never heard it from a recommendation from the guy in the record store ( i was a speed ,thrash metal freak at the time , i thought he was taking the piss) and getting home and listening with total awe at the pure heaviness of riffing. I was hooked from then ,awesome album love it. Thanks Ade well recommended.

  22. GoneMr1984

    This had to of influenced the sound of slaves and bulldozers by Soundgarden.

  23. boardbrown

    How does one even come up with the title "Gluey Porch Treatments"?

  24. MyVelouria Guggaru Purasu

    creepy song, i almost wet my pants.

  25. Pathoplastic2

    @tuiti87
    Great story...
    Yeah, The Melvins were the best live act I've ever scene.
    Nothing is heavy enough these days...bands like Electric Wizard are a joke.

  26. 7kole4

    @tuiti87 Thats fuckin sick, i would have been honored to even be in that position... and the fact that you guys respected each others practice rehearsal times is fuckin bad ass.

  27. HentzDude

    @HentzDude didn't notice u already explained the re relase my bad

  28. HentzDude

    btw, according to wikipedia this album was released in 1987 not '99

    Péter Tóth

    HentzDude This album was re-relased by Ipecac in 1999. You can see it in the studio's website.

  29. HentzDude

    thank you for upload!

  30. tuiti87

    melvins used to practice in a studio in san francisco's mission district. i was friend/roadie of cringer, who practiced in the space next to them. once melvins tuned up and started practicing, cringer had to stop playing cause melvins were so fucking loud cringer couldn't hear themselves play. we'd just sit next door and rock out in amazement.

  31. Randy

    @Endtrail99 it was re-released in 99 on CD, but yeah it shud say 87

  32. Endtrail99

    this albums is from 86-87

  33. SlayerHippie

    To be exact, I have seen them twice. Both shows were good, but the first one at a really small club was enormous. Heavy as hell. Btw, they had Lori in the lineup then.

  34. SlayerHippie

    Cool song. Seen them live in 1990 or so. Btw, I do not think this album is from 99. Since its their debut it must be from the late 80s

    Péter Tóth

    SlayerHippie This album was re-relased by Ipecac in 1999.