Monday, March 28, 2011

Spazz - 1997 Sweatin' to the Oldies

Band : Spazz
Album : Sweatin' to the Oldies
Release Year : 1997
Genre : Power Violance / Thrash

Tracklist :
1. Gary's Free Time (There's Lots Of It) - Intro
2. Crocket
3. One Ghetto To The Next
4. Return Of The Wall Of Death
5. Who Writes Your Rules (Half Off)
6. Mighty Morphin Power Violence
7. Thrice The Heiney
8. Kiss Of The Sasquatch
9. Hot Dog Water Popsicle In The Hand Of Eric Wood
10. Problems In The Homeland
11. I Hate The Kids (S.O.A.)
12. Spudboy
13. Smoking Don's Crack Hole
14. Dirt The Purity
15. Knuckle Scraper
16. Box II (Yates Goes To Africa)
17. Spazz Vs. Mother Nature
18. Nuge On A Stick
19. Donger
20. Gnome Servant
21. DJ Tinkle Fingers' Diplomatic Services
22. Hard Boiled
23. 4 Times A Day
24. All Urban Outfield
25. Lethal
26. Hot Dog Water Popsicle In The Hand Of Eric Wood
27. The Box
28. Droppin' Many Ravers
29. In The Name Of...
30. Might For Right
31. Loach
32. Mad At The World
33. Tripper
34. Uniform
35. Bore
36. Hard Boiled
37. All Urban Outfield
38. Weedeater
39. Bled Dry
40. Closet
41. No Room
42. Ghost Dance
43. Hug Yourself
44. YouGottaMoldIt
45. Lethal
46. Anemonie
47. Gas Pump
48. Enterslavement
49. Hard Boiled - Live
50. Burning Tongue - Live
51. Kiss Of The Sasquatch - Live
52. Hot Dog Water Popsicle In The Hand Of Eric Wood - Live
53. Dan Lifting Banner - Live
54. Gertie
55. Enterslavement
56. Uniform
57. No Thought
58. Pressure
59. Burnt
60. Our Scene (Go!)
61. Force Fed
62. Biter
63. Precision Fastening
64. Lost Cause (Negative Approach)
Sweatin to the oldies is a must have for fans of the powerviolence/hardcore genre. This has it all, with lots of hard to find tracks and a collection of alot of their old split eps. Spazz has done to powerviolence what Suffocation did for deathmetal. Basically they pretty much set the precedent for talent and brutality in the hardcore/grindcore/powerviolence scene. By far the best songs on this cd are from their split ep with Brutal Truth, albeit there are alot of good tracks to choose from (over 60!). There are a few live tracks as well. Spazz is the undisputed king of hilarious lyrics, which deliver humor as well as hate. Overall, an excellent album which lets you hear a diverse range of music from the kings of powerviolence.

Well boys and girls it's time for you to be shocked, amazed, and dazzled by this musical masterpiece. This San Fransico trio cooks up 64 tracks of musical mayhem. Your ears are gonna beg for more. Spazz is one of the groups the redefines a generation a generation of people who know what music really is and what it means to you and I you.

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