Top 10 Best Pere Ubu SongsRooted in Cleveland, Ohio, Pere Ubu was central to the early development of punk and the New Wave genre, but they've always maintained a distinct sound that defies easy classification. Unorthodox? Check. Experimental? Absolutely. But that's what makes their discography such a treasure trove of musical exploration.
At the heart of Pere Ubu is frontman David Thomas, a distinctive voice and visionary force whose abstract lyrical landscapes and genre-defying sonic experiments have carved out a unique niche in rock history. The band's varied line-up over the years has also contributed to their sound's evolution, making each album a new revelation. From their early experimental punk leanings to their ventures into more synthesized sounds in the 80s, and their subsequent return to more guitar-based, rock-infused tunes, each era of Pere Ubu presents a unique facet to explore.
In this list, you'll discover songs that straddle the divide between punk rock and abstract art, music that provokes thought, incites feeling, and above all, breaks down conventional barriers. These are tracks that defy expectations, bursting through the boundaries of what was considered 'normal' at the time of their release and continue to do so even today.
I think that we really need to come together as a team and push for the best possible outcome. I think that if we start pushing really hard we could end up with a 5 point lead, but come on now this isn't rocket science. "Jerry pass to the wing" "ok coach, got it, thanks", "WHAT THE HELL". "but where shoes"
Drums and bass are better on this song but 30 Seconds Over Tokyo is rarely better.
Best song yet, one of the best songs in rock, with the best bassist's job.
David Thomas' apocalyptic lyrics take a pilot's-eye view of The Doolittle Raid, an air raid by the US on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu island during World War II. It was the first air raid to strike the Japanese Home Islands and was the result of a desire expressed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, that Japan be bombed as soon as possible to boost public morale after the disaster at Pearl Harbor.
I can't believe that this song is not even number 1 on the list! If I were the creator of this list of the supposed '' best songs of Pere Ubu '' this would undoubtedly be the best song and I also consider it as one of the most solid songs that exist.
I love this awesome thing forever & ever no question...!
I feel like this song just should be the absolutely number #1. best Pere Ubu song of all time!
Yes, it definitely good an unbeatable classic no contest!
This song has to be included in the top 3 it awesome.
This song is powerful, I know it can climb up so high then it could be considered as the song who reach the top spot come on.
Yea, a simply magnificent song that could be number 1 indeed.
One of the greatest Pere Ubu songs ever made.
Best street song un rock
this is clearly the best song ever performed by Pere Ubu and recorde by Sebastian C. also one of the most underrated songs I've heard from this great band what also none know to the moment. just read the lyrical content and make a more complex discussion later!
Better song than the boring Final Solution
Don't take me wrong... But Final Solution voted as the number 1 song on the list.?
That doesn't sounds good, well maybe it could if this song were much higher at least below Final Solution, but there's no problem at all.
This song looks interesting, I gonna listen all of this 10 songs I never heard about this music artist, so I will back and share more about my opinion.
Update: I listened only 5 songs for the moment.
So magnificent song, it's hard to believe it is not number 2 at least!
Better than Humor Me and; I also feel bad to myself for hated this song before. now it's a mental switch since it's now one of my favorite songs of all time. I love this song. pick it to number 1 Navvy for president of the list of best of Pere Ubu
Greatest Rock song with the best Drums hands on the air!
Why do this song got out of the Top 5?
I love Rock songs like this one.
Darkest song in Rock history!
Best a joke's song