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How To Win Friends And Influence People

Reptilian 68

Released on November 20, 2015


The first, the best, the last, the one and only Dwarves celebrate over 20 years of unmentionable practices against music, the populace, small animals, teenage girls, law, order, and society with a kiss-off collection of 16 classic tracks.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Dominator Voted #1  19%
3 Way Out  0%
4 Let's Fuck Voted #2  14%
5 Anybody Out There?  5%
6 Astroboy  2%
7 Fuck You Up and Get High Voted #3  14%
8 Follow Me  7%
9 Saturday Night  7%
10 Act Like You Know  2%
11 Speed Demon  10%
12 Satan  0%
13 Fuck'em All  5%
14 Drugstore  5%
15 Detention Girl  2%
16 Dairy Queen  7%
17 Surfing The Intercourse Barn  0%
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Brendan from Wilmington, DE 
Jul 29 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i was a little disappointed with this one it's worth buying if you love the dwarves and shows you how much they've improved but they didn't remake enough enough songs from their best albums Blood,Guts,and Pussy and The Dwarves are young and good looking and there were no remakes of any songs off of Free Cocaine which needed to be remade the most anyways it has enough good remakes to buy it like Let's Fuck which has enough power and energy to make you drive fast enough to make your engine explode and Fuck you up and get high which proves that Blag's screaming ability could make Rob Halford shit himself so if you love the dwarves get it if you like the dwarves stay away.

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Mark from North Syracuse, NY 
Jan 6 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another classic from the Dwarves. The tracks are all previously released, but they are still great tunes. I'm anxiously awaiting their next proper full length....

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Bill from Kennesaw, GA 
Jun 12 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Dwarves latest discography entry isn't an album of new material but rather a greatest hits package of re-recorded material. Fans expecting new songs or favor the raw immediacy of past offerings such as Blood, Guts, and Pussy or Thank Heaven For Little Girls may be disappointed. But this album should appeal to listeners who always wanted to hear their older songs played with clearer sound and better production. From that standpoint, this is an excellent release. The Dwarves remake classic songs such as "Let's Fuck", "Saturday Night". "Fuck You Up And Get High", "Speed Demon", "Satan" etc. The clear, thumping production lets these older songs finally realize their full potential and Blag's voice sounds as menacing as ever. This album should appeal to all Dwarves fans except purists who only favor their early recordings.

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Justin from Elon, NC 
Dec 8 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well, being the Dwarves fan that I am, I ordered this CD the day I saw it on the website and anxiously awaited its arrival. When I removed the CD from the box and looked over the titles, I was surprised to see familiar song titles. Yeah, that's right- these are new recordings of old songs! But, check out what songs they are... they cover all the areas. From the older songs like "Let's Fuck" to the middle area- "Saturday Night"- to newer songs like "Way Out," this covers it all. The sound quality is MUCH better, but it's not new!! It was good being able to sing along with a newly purchased CD, though. Overall, a good investment for fans or for those who want to hear the Dwarves' full spectrum.

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