1999’s California would stand as Mr. Bungle’s swan song for over two decades, and the band went out in style. As usual, Mike Patton and Co. threw genres into a blender — Hawaiian music, psychobilly, surf rock, Spaghetti Western, exotica, kecak, electro-funk, thrash metal, the list goes on — but the result this time was way more palatable and poppy. Indeed, Bungle reached peak commercial viability with California’s feverish, tingly lullaby “Retrovertigo” and doo-wop heartbreaker “Pink Cigarette.” Still, this is for the freaks.
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