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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 29, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00000253W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #308,684 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Dictators ~ Go Girl Crazy

Customer Reviews

I recommend it... give it a couple of listens because it grows on you.
Andrew Suber
It's quintessential rock n' roll -- music for unpretentious dudes who just want to raise hell and have a good time.
Brad Brain
Grab your self a Bud and a plate of scrambled eggs, and let The 'tators blow up your mind!
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Tim Brough TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 5, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Dictators, for their light years ahead of their time debut "Go Girl Crazy." I remember reading an article about them in CREEM magazine as a 15 year old and thinking, "man, I gotta have this album." It wasn't till a school field trip to NYC that I managed to find it in some Times Square record store, and I couldn't wait to get back home and listen to it...and sometime after midnight, as I recall, I had an epiphany. Or was I laughing my...off? It hardly makes any difference, because this was an outrageously great album!
The problem was, my friends did not agree. I loved The Dictators' goofy patter about professional wrestling, White Castle hamburgers, and their brilliantly 'stoopid' version of "I Got You Babe." I wanted to be a "Two Tub Man," even if I had absolutely no idea what the heck it meant. This was big dumb fun that couldn't have been made by anyone but a bunch of bored smart-arsed adolescent guitar slingers, and I loved its every nutty second. The Dictators were 'Politically Incorrect' long before the phrase was uttered; songs like "Go Back To Africa" and "Master Race Rock" mocked 70's conventional serious rock with so much gusto, it's hard to believe that so few got the joke.
Somehow, despite being once written up as Epic records' worst selling lp ever, it has managed to stay in print. That's amazing, considering that "The Dictators Go Girl Crazy!" falls stylistically somewhere between Blue Oyster Cult and The Ramones. (By the way, The Ramones were still one year away from releasing their classic debut, compare The Dictator's "California Sun" to The Ramones' on "Leave Home" for an influence check.) Tough, smart, and funnier than just about anything before or since, "The Dictators Go Girl Crazy" is for headbangers with a funny-bone, and for anyone with a sense of rock and roll history.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Brad Brain on June 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
It's funny to imagine some trendy hippie finding this at a record store in the 70's and seeing song titles like "Master Race Rock" and "Back to Africa". It's even funnier to imagine some white supremacist buying this album for exactly those songs only to hear "They didn't know we were Jews" on the first track. It's hilarious to hear the way they make fun of the Beach Boys with the harmonies on "(I Live For) Cars and Girls" or the even more hilarious Sonny & Cher cover. They send up everything from the transience of rock stardom to hippies to the idiocy of 70's hedonism. But for a band that plays it up for laughs, they're a lot smarter than they let on. You have to be in on the joke to enjoy this band, but enjoy them you will!

What about the music? It's somewhere between early Alice Cooper or Kiss and the New York Dolls or MC5, with chunky riffs and guitar leads and pounding rhythms. The punk elements of the band are more in their attitude on this album because they have a definite 70's hard rock vibe. But hey, it was 1975, "fast and loud" sounded totally different back then. It's quintessential rock n' roll -- music for unpretentious dudes who just want to raise hell and have a good time.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Otto Correct TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 25, 2008
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If you've never heard "Go Girl Crazy" its a real treat. The Dictators were doing the whole "big dumb hard rock that pokes fun of big dumb hard rock" thing long before Spinal Tap ever made it cool. The album is hilarious and catchy and well performed and everything else you'd hope it to be.

But the real reason I'm writing this review is this: I thought this album was a remastered release. Kind of along the lines of recent remastered re-releases of "Manifest Destiny" and "Bloodbrothers" a few years ago.

So I'm warning fans right now:

This is NOT a remastered edition of the album.

Its the same edition Elektra released in the 90's. It's just extra-budget priced now.

Is it a great album? You bet! But if you already own the original CD version, don't buy this, its literally the exact same thing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "The Woj" on April 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
First off 5 stars for the music, no arguments, no debates. You're reading this because you're a Dictator's fan and want to know if getting this remastered import version is worth it.

Okay, here's the deal..... I already have this album on vinyl and the original "domestic" cd version which was released by Sony back in the early 90's. I debated whether to drop the extra cash on yet another "re-released" Dictators album after being so disappointed with the sound quality of the "Manifest Destiny" reissues; but I did....D.F.F.D.!!!!!!

And thank you, thank you, thank you...someone finally "got it right". The improvement in sound over the domestic release is at times subtle and at times very obvious. The original album was co-produced by Sandy Pearlman (of Blue Oyster Cult fame); and, like Blue Oyster Cult's first album, "Go Girl Crazy" has always had a low-fi, dense, underproduced quality to it. The remastering job here has definitely enhanced the original recording, while still keeping the overall "sound" or "vibe" of the original. This import version strips away a few layers of "sonic-mud" present on the domestic cd release making the sound much more vibrant & bright. The most noticable improvements to me are the separation between the guitars and the vocals harmonies. The individual voices are much more recognizable as are the guitar parts/overdubs. The boom of the drum and bass tones seem to have more air to them. The higher end frequencies (cymbals) seem more bright & crisp too.

Overall this is just a better sounding album than ever before.

"Go Girl Crazy" was never an overproduced, sonic masterpiece, and I'm sure that was intentional. The garage-like sound quality was always one of the albums strong points.
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