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meshuga

1. adjective Crazy, foolish, idiotic, or senseless. From Yiddish meshuge. Spelled in a variety of ways in English, including "meshugge," "meshugah," or "meshuggah." I've made no secret about the fact that I think he's meshuga! You want to try to smuggle that stuff past airport security? What are you, meshugge?
2. noun A crazy, foolish, idiotic, or senseless person. I try not to have business dealings with a meshugah like him. What do you think I am, a meshugga? Of course I'll be careful!

meshuga

and meshugah (məˈʃʊgə)
mod. crazy. (From Hebrew meshuggah via Yiddish.) This guy is meshugah!

meshugah

verb
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Unlike the guys from Meshuggah who weren't very communicative, vocalist Glenn Cato Rasmussen of Purified in Blood from Norway, the headlining band of the first day of the festival, was quite forthcoming on his group's wellarticulated political views.
IMAGINE tackling The Times' cryptic crossword and Sudoku at the same time and you'd have a rough idea of just how challenging Swedish metal mentalists Meshuggah are to get your head around.
Well, put it this way, a Meshuggah show is definitely not for the head nodders - you'll be in a neck brace for weeks trying to keep up with these guys and their time changes.
Having cancelled their previous two tours, it was definitely third time lucky for the devotees who were soon raising their fists in appreciation as Meshuggah launched into Bleed from their critically-acclaimed current release, Obzen.
Well, put it this way, a Meshuggah show is defi nitely not for the head nodders - you'll be in a neck brace for weeks trying to keep up with these guys and their time changes.
Having cancelled their previous two tours, it was defi nitely third time lucky for the devotees who were soon raising their fi sts in appreciation as Meshuggah launched into Bleed from their critically-acclaimed current release, Obzen.
And the fest's 10-year-in-the-making clout likewise draws such esteemed figures within the underground as Dimmu Borgir, Meshuggah and In Flames, lining them up on back-to-back bills that would be unlikely in regular circumstances.
And while the unholy pairing of Ministry and Sweden's prog-metal masters Meshuggah dominated Sunday's proceedings, the inclusion of Paganfest into Metalfest was certainly a highlight of the weekend.
Meshuggah and Divine Heresy are directly supporting Ministry.
The main stage on Sunday features Ministry, Meshuggah, Divine Heresy, Ensiferum, Vanna and A Life Once Lost, while Shai Hulud and Full Blown Chaos will be explosive cappers playing the small stage.
"One year we flew in just for that show," said Meshuggah's Marten Hagstrom, referring to the band's heralded 2001 appearance at Metalfest.
This time, Meshuggah is coming to Metalfest with its new record in hand.
"ObZen" is the merger of Meshuggah's technically challenging side and cathartic concert persona.
Meshuggah's 2005 gem "Catch Thirty Three" showcased the dynamic guitar work and time-bending arrangement skills in the band.
Dimmu Borgir, Shadows Fall, and Behemoth will be featured April 26, and the final night of the fest will present Ministry, Meshuggah and Nevermore.