The Sacrilicious Sounds of The Supersuckers
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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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Born with a tail sounds better live, but here it is in all it's original glory. This is one fun album to listen to driving down the road on a sunny day headed out. Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by techie1974
One of my favorite albums by the Supersuckers. This one really sucked me into it many years ago, and it's still in my daily random rotation!! Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by Azuma73
This is for anyone who can appreciate some good Rock and Roll music. Drinking, fighting and women are the subjects, and is perfect for any fans who love rocking music.Published on July 21, 2006 by Michael Moore