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120 Days of Genitorture


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  • Audio CD (May 18, 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: I.R.S./ Shock Therapy
  • ASIN: B000000QGL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,718 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. 120 Days
2. Reality Check
3. Velvet Dreams
4. House Of Shame
5. Pleasure In Restraint
6. Lesser Gods
7. Jackin' Man
8. River's Edge/Strip The Flesh
9. Force Fed
10. Crack Track

Editorial Reviews

This CD is an out of print collectible! It is the original 1993 IRS release. Catalog #0777-7-13207-29. There is a saw cut on the spine of the case. Still sealed.Track Listing:1. 120 Days2. Reality Check3. Velvet Dreams4. House Of Shame5. Pleasure In Restraint6. Lesser Gods7. Jackin' Man8. River's Edge/Strip The Flesh9. Force Fed10. Crack Track

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Gen doesn't waste her time whining about men and not being treated fairly.
Janitor X
120 Days is much harder and straight forward then later releases like Sin City or Flesh is the Law.
Borat68
The only downside to the music is that it's difficult to understand what Gen is saying.
Pamela Scarangello

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Pamela Scarangello on July 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Genitorturer's debut album, 1993's "120 Days" is probably the best slice of heavy metal the underground scene has to offer. First and foremost is of course the band's female lead singer Gen; she is successful in performing her vocals with both sensuous purrs and bestial growls. In addition, Gen provides the group's outrageous persona as both a kinky domanatrix AND professional body piercer. Another reason why rock fans should possess this particular CD is its time period: "120 Days" was released a few months after Madonna's "Erotica" album (and her SEX book) were simultaneously unleashed to the an unsuspecting public. Despite all the negative publicity Madonna received, the Genitorturers had both a record AND a stage presence that made even HER images look tame! Another reason why 1993 was a good year for the band was that they forshadowed the emergence of another famous shock artist: Marilyn Manson. In 1993 (one year before releasing THEIR debut CD), Mr. Manson and his creatures of the night (then known as the Spooky Kids) were just another unknown act struggling to make it big in Florida's metal scene, and eventually they became one of the Genitorturers' opening acts! As far as the songs themselves, my most favorite ones are "Reality Check," "House of Shame," and "Pleasure in Restraint." When I hear the latter track, I picture in my mind Gen clutching coils of rope in her hands, stretching it taught and tying her blindfolded "slaves" onto either chairs or bedposts. Obviously, this record is NOT for Britney fans. Heavily inspired by the controversial writings of the Marquis de Sade, this album is a gem for fetishists everywhere, and it's also a disturbingly sexy backstage pass into the world of whips, chains, dog collars and bloodletting.Read more ›
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lauren on June 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Yeah, well, it did kind of scare me. But, like I said, it wasn't a negative experience...really, it was rather alluring. I'm not sure what I would classify the music as...I wouldn't say it was punk or metal or whatever else, but I can make one general assessment about it: it was damn erotic. I've never heard anything that DARKLY sensuous in all my aural escapades (with, perhaps, the exception of much of Die Form's work.) Gen really gets you to think and to question...not only the way you express yourself sexually, but also intellectually. She proved to me to be an acutely intelligent and thoughtful woman. That's a sexy thing. After all, what's more attractive than a woman with a fierce libido AND a fierce mind?
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Janitor X on January 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Rarely does the music on an album give the same feeling as what's on the cover. "120 Days of . . . " is an exception to this rule. The photo of Gen in her bondage gear, flexing her large, well toned, tattooed biceps muscle while seductively licking her torture device leaves quite an impression. The pictures on the inside of the CD are even more disturbing and provocative dealing with S&M and piercing. But, if it's just the pictures are what you're seeking then go buy a book. The combination of artwork and music create an experience that's very compelling.
The sounds on "120 Days Of Genitoture" could be described as industrial metal. They sound similar to Ministry without the drum machine, but not as repetitive, and with more traditional elements of metal. The most amazing part is how well the vocals match the music.
Gen's voice is very rough and abrasive, yet very sexy at the same time. She puts commanding shouts in synchronization with the guitar peaks and breaks. The highly sado-sexual lyrical content grab the listener's attention drawing them even deeper in.
The first three songs on the album come out like a burst of repressed sexuality. "120 Days" is a high energy attack that leaves a ferocious impact. "Reality Check" has a sleazy and hard-hitting effect.
"Velvet Dreams" is a slower song complete with erotic whispers and viscous peaks, and the best song on the album.
There were many female singers in the alternative rock genre at the time this album trying to prove their worthiness to the public like The Breeders, Liz Phair, and Courtney Love. None of them could even come close to exhibiting the power that Gen could. Not even all the efforts by those angry little riot grrls like Bikini Kill, 7 Year B!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sinisterfiend666 on August 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
been out a long time, but this is an awsome band that not too many people have heard of. I had the oportunity to see them live. They do some nasty stuff on stage with bondage and peircings. I watched them hand a guy to a cross and stich his lips up, it was real, and blood was everywhere. Plus their music is heave as H E L L and This girl kicks more but than 70% of the guy bands out there
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt on July 24, 2001
Format: Audio CD
While not the most auspicious start "120 Days.." at least puts the Gen's on the map. Indeed, those who bought "Sin City" first will notice a vast difference in style. While the latter is more of a full, well rounded sound, the former of the two has a stark, minimalist quality. In simple terms it is pretty much just straight metal. Not particularly innovative musically, "120 Days.." strengths lie in thematic elements which are heretofor virtually unheard of in typical metal circles. Gen sets her band apart from the herd by infusing their sound with elements of TRUE fetishism, not the typical adolescent sex/death fantasies that riddle the lyrical content of countless other metal acts.
In short, metal fans will hate this album, goth fans will hate this album, and Genitorturers loyalists might not love it but they'll learn to like it. It may be of little interest to the detractors of this release but their sound has matured a lot in the five years between this and their latest effort as "Sin City" can attest, and their potential keeps expanding. And as far as live performances go the Genitorturers are unparalleled so don't write them off until you've seen them in the flesh (literally).
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