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Spits

Spits IV (Reissue)

In The Red 189

Released on May 25, 2010


$14.25

In The Red is proud to announce the vinyl (re)issue of The Spits’ latest (and fourth) self-titled full-length LP. Originally released by the band late last year on their own Thriftstore Records, the album carries on in the psychedelic skate-punk band’s grand tradition of anarchy, chaos, stupidity and destruction—all delivered with an artisan’s skill that proves these guys are the real deal. This is the precursor to the brand new Spits album, currently in the works, that will be out on In The Red later this year. The Spits show no sign of slowing down with their latest effort, mixing equal parts Devo and Misfits into an aurally addictive, synth-inflected stew. Describing the music they play as “punk for the people,” these prophets of the proletariat have a message for the masses: The Spits are the soundtrack to the apocalypse. The band has never shied away from esoteric subject matter. Previous records have contained themes of escaped Nazi war criminals, nuclear winters, commie spies and terrorist attacks, coupled with back alley booze-fests, brainbruising bong rips, skateboards and fisticuffs. With songs about constable evasion (“Police”), Huxley-esque visions of metropolitan horror (“Eyesore City”) and alien abduction (“Alienize”), The Spits’ fourth should prove to be just as desperately disparate and sonically sordid as previous salvos. It’s their strongest to date, showcasing a band that is only beginning to approach the zenith of its power, as the world dips entropically past its own, toward obliteration. Buy the record, take the ride.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tonight Voted #1  50%
2 Rip Up The Streets Voted #3  17%
3 Live In A Van  0%
4 Police Voted #2  33%
5 Eyesore  0%
6 School's Out  0%
7 Life Of Crime  0%
8 Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya  0%
9 Alienize  0%
10 Flags  0%
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Jimmy from Hamilton, ON Canada 
Apr 22 2011 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this band annoys me. seems like little or no effort go into these songs. sounds like robots singing, as well as being recorded on a commodore 64. yet they still seem to be popular. Stupid music for stupid people. but then again "I keep buying all thier stuff" why?





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