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2011 sophomore album from the Hard Rock/Glam Metal/AOR quartet, a band that is both a parody and tribute to the Rock 'n' Roll excess of the '80s. Features guest appearances from Dane Cook, Chad Kroeger and Nuno Bettencourt Includes the tracks '17 Girls In A Row', 'It Won't Suck Itself' and 'If You Really Really Love Me'.

1. In The Future
2. Supersonic Sex Machine
3. Just Like Tiger Woods
4. 17 Girls In A Row
5. If You Really Really Love Me
6. It Won't Suck Itself
7. Tomorrow Night
8. Why Can't You Trust Me
9. That's What Girls Are For
10. Gold Digging Whore
11. I Like Drugs
12. Critter
13. Let Me Come In
14. Weenie Ride

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 1, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Republic
  • ASIN: B005JLN9Z8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,742 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By FunTimes87 on November 5, 2011
Format: Audio CD
BALLS OUT: Steel Panther's follow up to 09's Feel The Steel keeps the swagger intact and the guitars shredding. Oh, and it's great.

This time around on Balls Out, the lyrics are even more hilarious, and while Feel The Steel had a couple songs that started out suspiciously like other songs from the 80's (intentional and funny), those songs got old to me compared to the rest of that album. I found myself rocking out to tracks such as "Eyes of a Panther" and "Asian Hooker" where Satchel came up with killer riffs (as opposed to "Fat Girl" and "Party All Day" which borrowed intros from whitesnake and bon jovi). On this album they are all Steel Panther and the guitar work is phenomenal. Seriously, it steals the show. I'm a guitar aficionado and on this album Satchel absolutely kills it. For instance "Critter" is one of the best tracks, and the solo is my favorite on the album. The chorus is great and the lyrics are really funny, but the guitar work really shines. Same goes for "That's What Girls Are For," which has a great lick that hooks you throughout. "If You Really, Really Love Me" is another great one, and I love it when the guys bust out the acoustic and get unplugged for a bit.

I can't forget to mention the excellent vocal range that Michael puts on display here as well. Lexxi and Styx stepped it up a notch here too, and the drums are great, but like I said, Satchel's guitar is the one that steals the show on this album. After the Yngwie Malmsteen tribute/homage at the end of "Asian Hooker" (you have to be into guitar to really get it) on the last album, I knew the man was incredible, and this album further proves it. Oh and "Super Sonic Sex Machine" is great because the verses have Michael sounding like he's Bruce Dickinson from early Iron Maiden at times. Great stuff.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Lang on November 9, 2011
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I was worried that Steel Panther may hit a sophmore slump. The first album Feel the Steel is so good, I almost expected this one to disappoint. I am happy to say I was wrong! This one is just as rockin'. If you are a fan, then by all means, don't hesitate. If you don't know what you're getting into...I suggest you do some research first. Definitely not for everyone. 80's influenced heavy metal with a tongue firmly in cheek and minds happily in the gutter. Laugh out loud funny AND rocking enough for repeat listening. But certainly NOT for the easily offended.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on November 2, 2011
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I like potty humor, I like 80's metal, I like to listen to good musicians. With Steel Panther you get all three, which is why I really enjoyed the first album and was looking forward to this. It's not a bad follow up at all, and you can't complain about the price on a MP3 download. I think the stand outs on this one are Tiger Woods, 17 Girls In A Row, and Weenie Ride (I can't believe that I am analyzing a Steel Panther record). But when compared to Feel The Steel, I found some shortcomings on Balls Out. Overall, I don't think the lyrics are as clever, and lot of "terms" and themes get recycled throughout the album. It's also missing the blatant song parodies, as this record seems to be more of a generic parody of the genre (but executed perfectly). I also found that you have to listen a little harder to Steele's vocals to understand the lyrics. I got a few more laughs out of the first record. Perhaps I am being nitpicky- but that's the producer gene in me. This is still a great listen. If Feel The Steel is a home run, Balls Out is more like third base
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Brindley on November 2, 2011
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Man, this is funny and badass at the same time...not much more I can say. Its like this sound is updated, imagine 80's updated to 2011...when it comes to refreshing this genre I think is a win...
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16 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Zakany on November 1, 2011
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The music industry is all about capitalizing on what is hot now. In the 80's they wanted to capitalize on the success of bands like Motley Crue, Ratt, Quiet Riot and Def Leppard. So they put out band after band after band each with poofier hair, more spandex, and more bandannas than the last band. There was only one problem...many of those later bands SUCKED!

Eventually, as the 80's were coming to a screeching halt, some freaks from Seattle put out a different sound and the public jumped on it. True to itself, the music industry totally turned their backs on the best selling genre of music from the past decade and began shoveling piles of this new garbage on the unsuspecting public. There was plenty of room for the good metal bands to survive along with this new sound, but you know how record companies are...they can't tell the good music from the bad. They only know sales. They lacked the intelligence to realize their own greed killed the public's taste for new metal bands. All they knew is the old sound stopped selling, and if the public was willing to eat up this new sound they would force feed it to them until the current golden goose dies from obesity.

Many kids fell for the bait and became fans of the whiny, depressing crap called "grunge" that filled the 90's rock scene. Once again, the record companies and their "if some is good, more is better" philosophy continued to shove whinier and whinier bands down the throats of the rock public until the public started to regurgitate. That regurgitation was "Hip Hop".

Yes, those young rockers who were not emo's on the verge of suicide needed a new sound. Since the record companies almost entirely killed real Metal many turned to hip-hop.
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