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MOTHERFUCKERS BE TRIPPIN'

Supersuckers Audio CD
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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MFIR
  • ASIN: B00008V62V
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,841 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Quintessence of Rock'n'Roll 19 May 2003
Format:Audio CD
After the sad demise of the mighty Ramones, only two bands can lay claim to the title 'Greatest Rock'n'Roll Band in the World': Motorhead and the Supersuckers. (Possibly Social Distortion will be able to become the third contender, should they ever decide to record again.) With this amazing album, Supersuckers climb closer to the throne than ever before. It's not punk, it's not heavy metal, it's rock'n'roll as it was meant to be. Yet it is also a long way from e.g. Rolling Stones - the pace is faster, the guitars are more distorted, the level of sheer energy is absolutely through the roof. There's an extremely pleasing boogie-woogie, honky tonk swing to some of the tracks, and though they make it sound so simple, it is obvious that we're dealing with some hugely talented musicians here. And, of course, this record has got a your-parents-won't-like-it factor unrivalled this side of Marilyn Manson. But it. Now! If you don't like the Supersuckers, you don't like rock'n'roll.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Irreverent, loud and packed with riffs 18 Oct 2003
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Format:Audio CD
If the song names and the Parental Advisory on the sleeve ("Explicit Title" - thanks for that, boys) aren't clue enough that this isn't going to be some ethereal, sensitive, thing, you'll know it before your finger has left the "Start" button on your CD player. Be prepared for a full-on guitar barrage that barely lets up over the course of the twelve tracks.
It's over-amplification, wah-wah, guitar solos and tales of out-of-control masculinity all the way. In short, 'A' grade rock 'n' roll. Stylistic innovation has never been The Supersuckers' thing; this is music for the spirit, not for the intellect. You couldn't call it a pop album, but there's a good tune on every track. Lead singer and bassist Eddie Spaghetti has often spoken of his love of The Ramones, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy and Mötörhead, and those bands are as good a guide as any to the sound of this CD. I've yet to hear a complete album by Turbonegro, The Hellacopters or The Flaming Sideburns, but I'd rank all three below this Supersuckers CD on the strength of the little I have heard.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rock album of 2003 - no contest!! 18 Mar 2004
Format:Audio CD
I bought this album six months ago, and it hasn't strayed far from my CD player since. As a fan of rock music with a punk attitude (Wildhearts, Therapy?, etc.) this album has left me with a permanent grin on my ugly mush!!
It all kicks off (literally) in the best possible style with 'Rock n' Roll Records (ain't selling this year), an irresistible tune which will have you playing air guitar in seconds. This is my own personal favourite, closely followed by 'Pretty f$%cked up' and 'Nowhere special'. The pace is varied, but the quality never is.
Rock music is back in vogue, but this album is a reminder that some do it far better than others. - Buy this album, you won't regret it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars RAWK - the way they used to make it 26 May 2003
Format:Audio CD
I ordered this album seconds after hearing that it was available - being the perfect combination of AC/DC, The Ramones and Willie Nelson. Perfect.
This album delivers an instant fix of all the things that make the suckers the "the greatest rock n roll band in the world", bad attitude, bad women and bad drugs. Not quite up the "Evil Powers of Rock n Roll" standard, but close and still better than anything that is masquerading as Rock and Punk these days.
Recommended to anyone who loves Rock and Roll the way it used to played.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rock - Alive and Evil! 30 Jun 2003
By Tombstone Tim - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Although a little late with my review, let me say, Rock is Alive and Evil, thanks to the Greatest, most underated, Rock-n-Roll Band in the World, Supersuckers. Motherf**kers Be Trippin is kickass, stripped down to the bone rock. With songs like Rock-N-Roll Records (ain't sellin' this year), Rock Your Ass, Pretty F**ked Up, A Goodnight For My Drinkin', Someday I Will Kill You, The Nowhere Special, etc, it delivers the goods and gets better with each listen. Furthermore, you'll be wondering how such a great band is virtually unrecognized by today's music media?(I ponder this everyday)
P.S. Once you've digested M.F.B.T, check out The Evil Powers Of Rock-N-Roll, The Sacrilicious Sounds Of The Supersuckers, La Mano Cornuda, The Smoke Of Hell and The Songs All Sound The Same, because some Rock-N-Roll records ain't sellin' this year and that's a damn shame.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Oh Supersuckers, Where Art Thou? 25 April 2003
By Jack Knife - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
First let me begin this review by saying I'm a BIG Supersuckers fan...For a band that took 4 years to release a new record I feel ripped off. To anyone not familiar with this band up to this point, this will be a fine rock record. It WILL rock them. It WILL roll them. To anyone who has followed the band for a long time, they will know they are capable of a LOT more. This band has alway walked the fine line between great rock and roll and rock cliche'. In some of my more disturbing moments listening to them I was transported back to the late eighties and imagined the band with teased up hair and pink BC Rich guitars, only to be brought back to earth by SOMETHING in the music. And though most of the time they've staggered on the double yellow line of the sobriety test of rock and roll, they've always fallen on the side of great rock and roll. Seems like the band has imbibed in too much of their own hype this time around and fallen on the side of rock cliche'. Even in their most remedial moments in the past, their has ALWAYS been something in each song to hook you. Whether it was the double Les Paul guitar attack, a funny story, a clever play on words, or thunderous drums. The tongue was always planted firmly in cheek. Not so on this CD. Sure it's loud, it's fast, and it rocks, but this is a big, dumb rock record. And I emphasize dumb. And it sounds like they rehashed a lot of their old hooks. I mean some parts of songs are ripped completely from older records. You could literally sing the lyrics of some of the older songs right along with some of the new ones without missing a beat...Oh yeah, and the production stinks too...If you're looking to pick up a CD of this band go with any of their earlier records although I'm partial to Sacrilicious or Evil Powers of Rock and Roll. Now those albums are snapshots of a band at the peak of it's powers. Or go for How The Supersuckers Became The Greatest Rock and Roll Band In The World. Great compilation of their earlier material.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kings of all things ROCK! 20 May 2003
By "devilcoolmagazine" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
There are few things in life as fulfilling as a new Supersuckers record. We all know what those "few things" are, so I won't waste time explaining. This album reaches a place that I think they've strived to arrive at for a lot of years - rock 'n' roll nirvana. The only disappointment is that this CD wasn't a double. I could go song by song and recommend each one for different reasons but I would rather just comment by saying "Rock 'n' Roll Records Ain't Selling This Year," so buy the damned thing and toss a dime the band's way. Never been a more genuine guy than Eddie Spaghetti and he and his band deserve the respect too often reserved for over-blown, over-inflated rock stars. They've never tried to rewrite the bible, but their chapter in rock 'n' roll history is rewritten every time they enter the studio. Good job, boys, I can't wait to see what the future holds.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lives Up to Its Title 22 Aug 2003
By doomsdayer520 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The title of this album is the most brilliant thing I've ever seen. It's accurate too, both for the band and the listener.
For some reason my local record merchant has assigned the Supersuckers to the Alternative Country department. That's inaccurate, as are all categorizations. Only one label applies to the Supersuckers: Rock n' Roll. They deliver no-nonsense four-on-the-floor straight-up rock with no apologies, with the attitude of a bunch of nogoodniks who are looking to cause some damage and get outta town. The sound is rooted in solid blues and punk, with hysterical lyrics about little more than partying, getting revenge, and raising hell. Though the band does get unexpectedly serious in the middle of the album, as "Sleepy Vampire" and "A Good Night for My Drinkin'" load up on two different types of self-pity. At the opposite extreme, the band rocks out extra hardcore in the unforgiving crushers "Bruises to Prove It" and the self-explanatory "Someday I Will Kill You." If you're looking for rowdy rock to blast out of your van while knocking over a dumpster then waking up the next morning in a ditch, the Supersuckers are for you. [~doomsdayer520~]
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars welcome to what I call music 21 May 2003
By Grant J Paul - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I think I can sum this cd up in very few words....this is what the world of rock needs right now!
They're a band thats not scared to show their rock roots, and show them full on. Just listen to the song "Sleepy Vampire" (which as a side note is my favorite on the cd) and it'll change you immediatly.
The song "Rock Your Ass" is another one that I think that'll make you realise that these boys are the best around. Buy a few beers then throw this bad boy on and I bet you'll understand where I'm coming from. Get ready for the assault and get ready for the keepers of Rock N'Roll to hit your ears.
It'll bring a smile to your face at how cool these guys are, and yes I've seen them live many times and let me say that they ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!
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