Awang Goneng: Extremely Words

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  1. brayok says:

    “nnyanyinggg bia bekeng ssket…”

  2. brayok says:

    raye bia balik…

  3. kelang mari says:

    Why there has yet to be a local weird ass creepy black metal outfit from Terengganu (or thereabouts) with the name Gelak Gguguk, and channelling East Coast ghoulies and ghastly stories/myths, is beyond me. Instead, we have a bunch of prim and proper punk rock bands from over there…

    RISE UP EAST COAST

  4. Joe Kidd says:

    very mysterious indeed.

    hopefully the question would be resolved soon, as we do need to know why the local groupings who see themselves as “weird ass creepy” are not being taken as “weird ass creepy” as they think they ought to be, but more like briefly interesting novelty acts, if not as a complete waste of time (and money).

    So far, I think the only act suited to such honour of being tagged “weird ass creepy” is the one and only Mat Daud Kilau, and he’s not even into being “weird ass creepy”; he’s thoroughly a populist with rows of gold teeth and fantastically golden garbs.

    don’t know about other people reading, but at the very least, most of those “prim & proper” punk rock bands have a modicum of honest-to-goodness rock’n’roll spirit in their swing of things. Nothing wrong with a bit of foot-tapping good time is it?

  5. kelang mari says:

    >taken as “weird ass creepy” as they think they ought to be, but more like >briefly interesting novelty acts, if not as a complete waste of time (and >money).

    Dunno about that. Black metal has been in existence in this country for longer than a fleeting minute. And to call it a “novelty act” as a whole, that’s a bit much isn’t it?

    >prim & proper‚Äù punk rock bands have a modicum of honest-to-goodness >rock‚Äôn’roll spirit in their swing of things.

    And something like black metal isn’t honest-to-goodness?
    You must like your moral high ground.

  6. Joe Kidd says:

    owh! moral high-ground? ahahhah!! you’re funny!

    BTW; was not referring to black metal boss. there’s plenty of excellent black metal in terengganu, of course!

  7. kelang mari says:

    > owh! moral high-ground?

    Cameron Highlands, dood, cameron fooking highlands.
    Good thing is you got some way before Everest.

    Anyhoo, WEIRD ASS CREEPY SHIT:

    http://my.opera.com/xyzcosmonaut/blog/2006/11/20/old-lady-playing-badly-volume-1
    http://my.opera.com/xyzcosmonaut/blog/2006/11/20/the-old-lady-just-don-t-give-a

  8. nizang says:

    my friend Fazri (DRSA zine/kasih sayang/inikah hidup) used to write a terengganu dictionary when we stayed at keramat flat in 2003. I don’t know what happened to it, might be still adding up words…

    DRSA-dok rok skepeng abuk. go figure.

  9. nizang says:

    DPSA-dok paka sikik aghang

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