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Plasmatics

New Hope For The Wretched/Metal Priestess

GGU 106

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tight Black Pants  0%
2 Monkey Suit  7%
3 Living Dead  7%
4 Test Tube Babies  3%
5 Won't You Voted #3  10%
6 Concrete Shoes  0%
7 Squirm (Live)  3%
8 Want You Baby  7%
9 Dreamlover  0%
10 Sometimes I  10%
11 Corruption Voted #2  13%
12 Butcher Baby Voted #1  33%
13 Tight Black Pants (Live, Bonus)  0%
14 Living Dead (Live, Bonus)  0%
15 Sometimes I (Live, Bonus)  0%
16 Lunacy (Metal Priestess)  3%
17 Doom Song (Metal Priestess)  0%
18 Sex Junkie(Live, Metal Priestess)  0%
19 Black Leather Monster (Metal Priestess)  3%
20 12 Noon (Metal Priestess)  0%
21 Masterplan (Metal Priestess)  0%
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Ruth from Queensland, Australia 
Nov 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this band is one of punk rock legends. what can you say to review such classics. some people judge wendy o. but she was one of the best entertainers ever, she had no fear and she sung with guts and passion while blowing the shit out of everything. this is their best album they did and with the bonus metal preistess makes it even better. you can hear the changes in style betwwen the two albums on one cd. 12 noon is a good laugh. i like all of wendo~s stuff and i love and respect her.... man, buy this shit! my favourites are all of the songs, but sometimes i and butcher baby are all time classics. a band that dared to go where no one else had, better than these boring girl bands of today....

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Anthony from Valparaiso, IN 
Jan 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ahh plasmatics, so i own it on vinyl right, and i knew i had to have the CD, this is an awesome cd. i usually hate chick singers, but Wendy is a mad woman, (with nice cones) but she soudns great on this cd, the guitar work is very riffy, and this has almost a metal sound to it. The live songs on this album are also incredible. The sound quality is great, this is a must buy for and old skool punk rockers out there.

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Doug from Sparks, NV 
Jun 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The first and best album from these infamous sickos. Also includes the six-song Metal Priestess ep and three bonus live cuts. Basic three-chord punk with Wendy O grunting out the words like a female weightlifter on performance enhancers. I like old punk because it was still fun, before punks started taking themselves too seriously. Plus it was actually different than what was popular on the radio, as opposed to garbage pop-punk bands like Good Charlotte or New Found Glory, who are boring and inoffensive. I'd rather hear Wendy sing about test tube babies and chainsaws.





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