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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 7, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B000005849
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,228 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Some Hits
2. Some More Hits
3. Pepe, The Gay Waiter
4. Even More Hits
5. M.J.C.
6. Flower Shop Guy
7. Living Colour Is My Favorite Black Metal Band
8. Lenny's In My Basement
9. Stayin Alive (Oi! version)
10. Benchpressing Effects On Kevin Sharp's vocals
11. Josue
12. Delicious Face Style
13. #19 To Go
14. 'Stealing Seth's Ideas' The New Book By John Chang
15. Morbid Dead Guy
16. Believe In The King
17. Dont Call Japanese Hardcore Japcore
18. Shut Up Mike, Pt 2
19. Hey, Aren't You Gary Spivey?
20. Breastfeeding Jim J. Bullock's Toenail Collection
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By David E. Hodges on July 13, 1999
Format: Audio CD
It's a tough call for me: which is the best A.C. album, "Top 40 Hits" or "Everyone Should be Killed"?
They are both excellent. In the end, I guess I go with "Top 40 Hits" because of the covers of "Stayin' Alive" and "American Woman". They just crack me up every time. They prove you can be absolutely heavy and hardcore, but still have an amazing sense of humor. Not many bands can do that. Very creative.
There's nothing for it but to get both albums. They are a great value. Look how many songs you get! The clips here don't really do justice to the album.
I've seen them play live, and if you ever get the chance, go for it - the live show is incredible.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baum on March 26, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The cover art is pure cheese. Yet the work of Seth & Company is as brutal as ever.

Their covers of "Stayin' Alive" (with a traditional Oi! arrangement that would make Lemmy proud), "Escape" and the very emotional "American Woman" are just pure genius. They every take the time to do the "A-Team" theme song.

Then there's the usual blur and noisecore with the wickedly funny song titles. Which means that "normal" people (those who have no sense of humor, listen to the "soft rock" stations and enjoy playing with the neighbors kids by stuffing them into the downstairs non-functional freezer filled with flesh-eating cockroaches) are sure to hate it.

Not that I would know those other people, of course. But something is sure to be amiss when, in an immaculate living room, you smell something reeking strongly of ammonia and there's not any trace of anything freshly cleaned or any cleaning products out when company comes over. The kind of ammonia that doesn't smell like it came from a bottle masked with other scents. It's probably due to poor storage conditions. But what would I know?

It was years later when the truth was revealed as the building was condemned but then was remodeled. But then some junkie and its spawn moved in. The adult member died for its vices, of course. You just can't trust anyone in suburbia anymore! But this is the SBT: Oddly reminiscent of the title of a GG Allin album.

For AxCx fans (or for those turning into AxCx fans, unlike those neighbors whose survivors love playing with fireworks, noisy all-terrain vehicles, various other mechanical equipment and screaming...merely coincidental), you can trust this release!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kevine on January 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'm a big A.C. fan, i have most there releases in one form or another. This album was one of the last ones i picked up, and was one of the most disappointing. Don't get me wrong, i think it was good, but pales in comparison to its to cd predicessers(sp?) - morbid florist and everyone should be killed. the main reason i didn't like this album was its volume level, for some unkown reason this album plays at a considerably lower volume than all my other a.c. albums, to me alomost ruins. This record however was a success in helping A.C. transistion from noise to grind. I would recommend this album to any A.C. fan, any person looking for an introduction to the band would be safer with morbid florist.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jon Won on April 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
AC is one of the best bands ever. This is not their best album ever, but it is still amazing enough to get 5 stars. Their cover of American Woman is like 100billion times better than the original and better on an infinite level than Lenny Kravitz or any song that he has ever done. Seth Putnam is the best screamer of any core or genre hands down. He even busts out some high girly like vocals in Flower Shop Guy just to get you all wussified before he pummels your eardrums with the abomnination that is his scream. If you like this album and enjoy the humor within, check out Northern Impaled Moonforest...they are the best band ever.
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