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40 More Reasons to Hate Us


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  • Audio CD (March 26, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B00000584N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #323,477 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Face It. You're A Metal Band
2. Punching Joe Bonni's Face In
3. Kill Women
4. Steroids Guy
5. Everyone In Allston Should Be Killed
6. I Noticed That You're Gay
7. Dead. Gay. And Dropped
8. You Look Divorced
9. I Hope You Get Deported
10. Mike Mahan Has Gingivitis
11. Trapped
12. You're A Fucking Cunt
13. Phyllis Is An Old Annoying Cunt
14. Al Stankus Is Always On The Phone With His Bookie
15. Bill Scott's Dumb
16. Harvey Korman Is Gay
17. You Fucking Freak
18. Theme From Three's Company
19. Jeanine Jizm Is A Freak
20. Everyone In Anal Cunt Is Dumb
See all 42 tracks on this disc

Customer Reviews

It's almost a jazz approach to music - free and unconform.
phuqx
Don't feel like you don't understand anything, because that is really all that they will do for the less-than-one-minute that the song really is.
OzzyApu
I definitely recommend this to anyone who thinks that kind of crap is funny.
GuineaPunk

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Underpainting on March 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
There are many recordings about things that are dumb and gay, but after hearing several of them, I'd have to say that this is likely to be the reference standard against which most (if not all) future recordings and performances about things that are dumb and gay will be compared.
The recording is extremely clear and well engineered, but it is the performance by the members of A.C. that makes this a standout in any collection.
40 More Reasons To Hate Us celebrates the best of humanity's hopes and aspirations; it is one of those rare works which moves people across cultures, languages, and other barriers that exist between different groups of people.
As a musical work, 40 More Reasons To Hate Us stands almost in a class by itself; broader and deeper in scope and concept than nearly any music ever written, it serves well as a soundtrack for a total solar eclipse or some monumental human achievement (perhaps the next lunar mission will be accompanied by this CD, to emphasize the magnitude of the accomplishment).
Many rock fans mistakenly believe that punk music is too dainty or low key to be exciting. Well, they are in for the surprise of their lives if they check this CD out: it "out rocks" just about any contemporary popular act with its melodic, tonal, and dynamic range.
If you ever fly on the Concorde (assuming that the planes ever fly again), this would be the CD to have playing in your headphones--especially if you're the pilot.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Adam Suffering on June 11, 2001
Format: Audio CD
it does my heart and soul good to have a band like this when you know that theres bands like fenix tx and the ataris out there.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Only buy this if you fit into all of these categories:

1. You have a taste for grindcore/noisecore

2. You are not easily offended by sexism/homophobia etc

3. You have a slightly childish (aka brilliant) sense of humor

I can see why so many people hate this album. The material on it is there to offend those sorts of people, and clearly it does it's job (although the material on their later 'it just gets worse' is far more X-rated.). If you want a more tolerable AC album that's still hillarious get Picnic of Love (although Amazon doesnt carry it.)

Like i said, dont buy this if you are just curious. Make sure you know what to expect or you'll feel like you just wasted a packet.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By GuineaPunk on March 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Back in '96 when this came out, every freak in my corner of the world was lovin Pantera. So when this band led by the background screamer from the 'Southern Trendkill' album showed up, everbody i knew laughed their a sses off. One friend of mine kept repeating the same 5 second track over and over everytime i saw him. "Boom, boom, hiss, boom... Harvey Korman... is Gay!" Freaking hilarious! I definitely recommend this to anyone who thinks that kind of crap is funny. Tee hee hee.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baum on March 27, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The '90s were a wasteland in regards to metal in general. It seems as though two of the "Heavy 4" back in the '80s lost their edge. Anyone in the know is aware of that and I won't name-check. It was during this time that metal was alive and well after all. It was just remaining underground as it lurked in a bomb shelter as the ravages of grunge poisoned the surface. Temporarily. An act or two did see the light of day while, in the process, disowning their previous decade of work. Again, I won't name-check on that and will leave that as an exercise to the reader.

Much like the "Stormtroopers Of Death" in the '80s, AxCx pushed the boundaries further but with much less name recognition. "40 More Reasons To Hate Us" is what I consider their epic masterpiece polishing up their trademark blur and noisecore but tongue planted so far in cheek it bloodily penetrates in a way far more attention-getting than any relatively weak and bloodless trendy jewelry piercing or tribal tattoo on one's face.

It's shocking for the sake of pure shock value. Taboos are obliterated. A feast for all is ensured as sacred cows are slaughtered. It makes the animal sacrifice in "Apocalypse Now" seem tame by comparison.

But how does it sound? It is a superb production from beginning to end. For anyone who doubts the power of AxCx's metal chops need to witness the raw power and intensity of their cover of "Gloves Of Metal". The addition of guest vocalist Phil Anselmo on several tracks is a great shout-out to Pantera fans. Back then it was a crowning moment of awesome, though your mileage may vary now here in 2011.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bud Dwyer on August 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
40 More Reasons to Hate Us sounds pretty much the same all the time. After you've heard one song, you have practically heard all the rest of the tracks. The titles are funny and none of their music should be taken seriously.
What more can you say? Every track is loud, abrassive, and insanely fast. You can't really understand any of the words. It's the stangest grindcore I've ever heard, if this is even considered grindcore. It's okay though, because if you ever own any of A.C.'s albums, you'll become wicked underground.
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