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Turbonegro

Scandinavian Leather

Epitaph/Burning Heart 82031

Released on May 6, 2003


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"Scandinavian Leather” is the sixth record by Turbonegro, the band that sparked the Scandinavian Rock Explosion. Their sound captures a powerful but elusive quality that can best be described as “darkness” and the term “death-punk” has been coined to describe it. Despite their disbanding under infamous circumstances in 1998, Turbonegro have continued to inspire many copy cat bands and have endured as a major force in the global underground. “Scandinavian Leather” marks their triumphant return and is a testament to their lasting influence. These thirteen tracks leave you wanting more. No record collection will be complete without this classic.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro: The Blizzard Of Flames  0%
2 Wipe It Til It Bleeds Voted #3  10%
3 Gimme Some  9%
4 Turbonegro Must Be Destroyed Voted #1  21%
5 Sell Your Body (To The Night)  10%
6 Remain Untamed  4%
7 Train Of Flesh  3%
8 Fuck The World  10%
9 Locked Down  2%
10 I Want It All  3%
11 Drenched In Blood (D.I.B.) Voted #2  17%
12 Le Saboteur  2%
13 Ride With Us  7%
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David from Jacksonville, FL 
Sep 9 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I bought this CD on a whim. I was slightly disappointed. THis is the only Turbonegro CD I've ever gotten and it was not very impressive. Train of Flesh is a great song, but other than that...

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Rob from High Bridge, NJ 
Jul 27 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Turbonegro, the brilliantly homo-erotic neo-'70s rock band that released "Apocalypse Dudes" (one of the best albums ever released, in my opinion) returns with "Scandinavian Leather" on Burning Heart. Upon hearing of the impending release, I was excited... but I knew there would be no way that Turbonegro would be able to top "Apocalyse Dudes". I was correct.

As soon as the disc begins, it's obvious that the band went down a much more experimental path. The music is much mellower (as the other guy said), more laid-back, and just not as good. The songs are no longer intense and edgy while still being polished, like on "Apocalypse Dudes". The few that stand out are "Wipe It 'Til It Bleeds", "Turbonegro Must Be Destroyed", and "Sell Your Body (To the Night)". The rest of the songs are decent, but can't compare to the band's ingenius last album.

Lyrically, "Scandinavian Leather" is also much worse. The lyrics are no longer cryptic in a strange, sexual way... now they're obvious in a strange, sexual way. They're much less poetic, in addition.

I'd recommend this to anyone who LOVES Turbonegro... anyone else should get "Apocalypse Dudes", and then "Ass Cobra."

I was quite disappointed... then again, maybe I'll enjoy the album the more I listen to it...

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Jacopo from Roma, Italy 
Jul 4 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Turbonegro have mellowed down a bit, but they still have enough power in them to make this disc interesting. Not at the level of "Apocalypse dudes", but it has many bright moments. The formula didn't change: hard-rockin' riffs, catchy choruses, blazing solos, perverted attitude and dirty lyrics. Very good.





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