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(GG Allin)

Steel Cage 37

Released on October 5, 2004

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GG ALLIN's original band reforms and records first all-new material in 20 years - with Wimpy from THE QUEERS taking the dead poo-flinger's place!! Yep, this is still what you'd call punk rock, kiddo..

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sucker Punch  5%
2 Vampire Girlfriend Voted #3  12%
3 I'm A Mess  0%
4 Cock Magnet  10%
5 Redneck Zombie  2%
6 I Wanna Be Your Dog  0%
7 Porno Stars And Muscle Cars  0%
8 Groovy MF Voted #1  26%
9 Gone Insane  2%
10 Lucky B  0%
11 Don't Talk To Me Voted #2  14%
12 Motorpussy  7%
13 C*nt Sandwich  10%
14 Hang You High  5%
15 High On Drugs  5%
16 Nuke Attack  2%
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Paul from Amherstburg, ON Canada 
Sep 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Stooges meet the Queers. This is the recording the Stooges should have released for their reunion cd, not "Weirdness". There isn't one bad song on this album, just raw power.

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Giovanni from Bayamon, PR 
Mar 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

These fucking guys are sick! A very awesome record full of Rock'N'Roll TRUE punk rock very similar to Anti-seen and maybe early Queers so if you really dig that then don't waste your fucking time and get this right now! It's got Wimpy on vocals so you know it's kick-ass...Joe King also appears in the song "hang you high" very sick stuff in a fucking good way...anyways the Jabbers were GG's fist back-up band back in the 80's if I'm not mistaken and the song Don't talk to me also appears songs are: vampire girlfriend,cock magnet,redneck zombie,lucky 13...GET THIS NOW CUNT!!!

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Jerry from Fort Mill, SC 
Apr 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Alright. real punk rock right here. This is one of GG's bands, and i have to say they do a good job without him as well. same with the murder junkies, but i'm reviewing a jabbers album, not a murder junkies album. ok, this is "in your face punk rock" and if you don't like it, you WILL get the message "FUCK YOU" This album will just kick your ass. it's no holds barred on this even without GG. Also me and my girlfriend screwed to this album last night. It got her in the mood. now if this album gets you laid, then you should buy it. lol. alright, enough, i'm out kids!!!

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