Supersuckers - The Sacrilicious Sounds of the (Cover Artwork)

Supersuckers

Supersuckers: The Sacrilicious Sounds of the

The Sacrilicious Sounds of the (1995)

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The best Rock album since the Supersuckers last rock album, "La Mana Cornuda". Eddie Spaghetti and his mates are filling a gaping void in the Rock n' Roll music scene with their evil-inspired lyrics, crunchy guitars, and gritty singing. Although "Cornuda" is often labelled their "break-thru" relea...

The best Rock album since the Supersuckers last rock album, "La Mana Cornuda". Eddie Spaghetti and his mates are filling a gaping void in the Rock n' Roll music scene with their evil-inspired lyrics, crunchy guitars, and gritty singing. Although "Cornuda" is often labelled their "break-thru" release - "Sacrilicious" exceeds its predecessor with improved harmonies and risky-er guitar work. The pace of the album is as in-your-face as any rollercoaster ride - it's nice to know that a Rock n' Roll band can still thrive in a market saturated by punk and hip hop. There's something authentic going on here...