Although new to Broken and Word, "Call It Whatever You Want" is Nobody Special's second release. The first self-entitled album was a favorite among alternative music listeners. Band leader Pat Nobody is one of the most authentic representatives of his style. He knows by personal experience (living in a car in L.A. during the peak of the thrash/punk era) the nihilistic lifestyles of those caught up in speed metal, punk and thrash. Pat was friends for years with many of the members of the most popular secular bands in this genre, even performing with some before his conversion. Since that time, he has been relentless in his mission of trying to extend the love of God to those people most would not want to even talk to.
Pat Nobody/Nobody Special
"Call It Whatever You Want"
Descriptive write-up: '90 Broken Records
Loud and fast... Louder and faster. This album is a MUST for the serious connoisseur of metal, speed metal, and punk. The lyrics: Battery acid, destined to melt through the toughest exteriors; yet intelligent - an uncommon virtue in most of the releases of this style. Nobody Special is quick to point out the lies and sin entangling not only the rough and unchruched but also the greed and apathy of many of the upwardly mobile, again, very representative of this musical category. Rebellious? NO! Revolutionary? YES! There are bound to be many parents who have children being drawn into the world of secular rock and heavy metal. Nobody Special and "Call It Whatever You Want" are more than ready to be a part of the solution.
"Lucifer, there's a contract on your head..., We'll see it through, Oh yhea..."