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The Sacrilicious Sounds of the Supersuckers


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 8, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • ASIN: B0000035H3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,816 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Bad Bad Bad
2. Born With A Tail
3. The 19th Most Powerful Woman In Rock
4. Doublewide
5. Bad Dog
6. Money Into Sin
7. Marie
8. The Thing About That
9. Ozzy
10. Run Like A Motherfucker
11. Hittin' The Gravel
12. Stoned If You Want It
13. My Victim
14. Don't Go Blue

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Supersuckers are a Southern-fried punk rock band that, if not firmly tutored in metal, have at least watched This Is Spinal Tap several dozen times. Live, the band engage in more tongue-waggling than Gene Simmons, and--when they're not wearing cowboy hats--at least as much hair-shaking as Judas Priest. On The Sacrilicious Sounds, Supersuckers even make a nod to Ozzy Osbourne on "Ozzy." Such familiarity with headbanging instills their music with crunchy intensity, causing their rhythms to sound like a cross between the Ramones and Motorhead. Like their past efforts, the new disc revolves around simple three-chord riffs and lots of white-hot soloing, but while many of the band's older songs tended to sound the same, the tunes here exhibit enough identity to stand apart. --Jon Wiederhorn

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Byrd on April 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Whenever I play this album, which I bought on it's release date a while back, it still makes me feel the same way. I stand up, make that devil/Hook 'Em Horns hand gesture and bang away to the beat.Theres just something about a punk rock band who is unafraid.
I guess thats the secret of this band. They don't care. Don't care if you like loud guitars, don't care if you want three solos per song, their there. Don't care if you like the lyrics, which consist of worshiping Satan, being trailor park trash, and rock n roll not as an enigma, but as something you should have known about since Kindergarden.
I guess it boils down to this, the album screams in loud rock fashion "hey! grab a guitar and join me, brother!", not "look how much better I am at playing than you".
Its just a fun album, like Funhouse by the Stoooges, or Huevos by the Meat Puppets. You know that album you put on at the start of a party, and your friend, who just got a beer out of the fridge yells "Oh Yeah!" ? This is one of those albums.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By George a Pletz on November 19, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Damn! Those Amazon tastetesters know me! I was finishing my 2001 christmas shopping and found myself walking down memory lane. So here I am reviewing one of my old tapes. Bought this when it first came out in 95. (Saw 'em too in Maryland but that's another story.) Coming back to this sort of thing this year from Zen Guerrilla and Rocket from The Crypt's latest, it seems as fresh toaday as it did then. Way more sarcastic and unashamedly funny than a majority of 21st guitar rock with its search for relevance. Sacrilicious is a blend of r'n'r influences with enough personal spin to taste unique! This was the album where country flavors started to drift in with "Don't Go Blue". It also features the horn flecked reverie "My Victim" that takes the piss out of the self loathing scene in a suprisingly subtle manner and discharges a eulogy to a drug addled comerade without a trace of maudlin sentimetality in "Marie". The album also features Rick Sims, ex-Dijits ringleader, who gives songs like "Run like A M.....f...r" and "Stoned If You Want It" just the right punk edge. Back that up with such stone cold ragers as the Courtney Love bashing " 17th most powerful woman in rock", the Osbourne Tribute "Ozzy", the Christian baiting "Born with a tail", the redneck lampooning "Doublewide", and statements of intent like "The Thing about that", you have a great document to the last great year of indie guitar rock, 1995. A classic in the waiting.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By johno53 on April 4, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I've seen the Supersuckers two times, and I was blown away at both shows. Sacrilicious is, in my mind anyway, their best album to date. I listened to this CD almost daily for 3 months and never tired of it. The rock n roll explodes out on the first track, "Bad, Bad, Bad" (one of my favorite songs), and doesn't quit until "Don't Go Blue" ends out the set with a slow, bluesy feel.
All of their albums rock, (even their country effort!), and I recommend them all. I think this one is a good start for those new to the Suckers. You really need to see them live though.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David C. Moore on December 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
If I could, I'd give it 4.5 stars -- not perfect, but pretty damn close. These guys don't care about anything except rocking out. The songs are short, funny blasts of desert-fried rock and roll played with passion, guts and a lot of alcohol. Quit messing around and buy it already!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 13, 1999
Format: Audio CD
If you love honest straight forward U.S.A. prime cut ROCK look no further....Every cliche is here! Songs about cats junkies love satan and of course OZZY..BUY THIS!
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