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  • Audio Cassette (July 11, 1995)
  • Label: American WB
  • ASIN: B000002M9D
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John J. Martinez on April 13, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This 1995 album really came across as a punch right in the crotch. This album is raw and hard and competes with The Stooges' "Raw Power" as a contender for some of the best DIY punk rawk ever put on vinyl. The sound is dark, and powerful, and is right in your face. Almost untuned guitars, drums, ugly vocals, crushing lyrics - a perfect mix for that one day when you just can't take it anymore...

And it was all put together for $800.00. Fantastic.

12 angry depressing wonderful quick songs adding up to just under 30 minutes:

1. My Mysterious Death (Turn It Up) - lead singer Ron House has stated his fascination with Robert Johnson, and this one delivers

2. Is She Shy - he wants to love her but she doesn't care about him. Oh well.

3. Down To High Street - looking for an angry fix, and the frustration builds as he screams...!

4. Quarrel With The World - f off. This is all Ron wants to say. Now leave.

5. Cheater's Heaven - this song is the most polished and it's great... it proves that Green Day has ABSOLUTELY nothing on these guys. Honestly, this song proves it.

6. Cyclotron - quick and tells you almost nothing except the world is a cyclone. Get used to the sickness.

7. Negative Guest List - do you really want in? Honestly? No, you really don't.

8. Fire In The Swimming Girl - what is this about? Is she okay? Was it too much for her? You figure it out...

9. You Can't Kill Stupid - Ron has said in interviews that this song was a bit of a failure - but a happy song about cancer? Wow. I mean, wow!

10. RnR Hall Of Fame - screw corporate labels and Steve Albini and the Rolling Stones - this song says it all in just over a minute.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Davis on February 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments are sadly no longer together, but frontman Ron House is still playing. He is opening up for Guided by Voices in Columbus, Ohio on 02-21-03. This record is truly a wonderful complex and intelligent masterpiece with a raw punk sound backed by an almost dance beat like bass track. It rocks. House has been interviewed by Spin Magazine as well as National Public Radio. If you are a fan of true punk music and don't own this album, you are not a true rocker. Check out Cheater's Heaven--the best single ever recorded. Buy this record if you can find it...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Davis on April 30, 2012
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I was born at the start of this song. Go back and listen to this thing. This record still keeps rocking my nu#s off. Listen to my diatribe--I'm dying to try you. But you can't kill stupid with your dreams of peace and you can't kill stupid with disease, and you can't kill me!
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Davis on February 21, 2003
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The Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments are sadly no longer together, but frontman Ron House is still playing. He is opening up for Guided by Voices in Columbus, Ohio on 02-21-03. This record is truly a wonderful complex and intelligent masterpiece with a raw punk sound backed by an almost dance beat like bass track. It rocks. House has been interviewed by Spin Magazine as well as National Public Radio. If you are a fan of true punk music and don't own this album, you are not a true rocker. Check out Cheater's Heaven--the best single ever recorded. Buy this record if you can find it...
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