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Our Will Be Done

Alternative Tentacles 111

Released on November 10, 1992

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Democracy Spawns Bad Taste Voted #1  13%
2 Go Bankrupt and Die  6%
3 You Give Me the Creeps  4%
4 Marching For Trash  3%
5 Legal Genocide  6%
6 I Am the Establishment  1%
7 Cops for Fertilizer Voted #3  11%
8 Hinkley Had a Vision Voted #2  13%
9 By The Door  6%
10 Oh Where, Oh Where?  1%
11 I Was  1%
12 Similar Items  0%
13 Official Terrorism  4%
14 No One Can Make Me Play Along With This  4%
15 Down On My Knees  3%
16 Annual Report  1%
17 Intro  0%
18 The Mountain Song  7%
19 Washington  4%
20 Resurrection  0%
21 Earth By Invitation Only  0%
22 Laws Against Laughing  7%
23 Pig In A Blanket  4%
24 When the Top Comes Off  0%
25 Concession Stand  0%
26 Wisconsin  0%
27 Artificial Competition  0%
28 Holiday Parade  0%
29 The Savior  1%
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Mark from San Francisco, CA 
Jul 17 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Crucifucks: Greatest punk band ever......

....or not.

Whatever, The Crucifucks were a great punk band. Led by the insane Doc Corbin Dart (who later, for some reason, changed his name to '26') The Crucif-cks put out some of the most abrasive, hard hitting, violent and wildly offensive punk rock ever. The music is mid-tempo punk, similar to the DEAD KENNEDYS in style with above average guitar work and some of the best bass thumping in punk music this side of Mike Watt. Drummer Steve Shelley, who later went on to play for Sonic Youth, keeps things moving at a good pace. But what really stands out is Dart's extremely agitating voice, it makes it impossible to ignore him and his ranting about slaying cops, killing the president, dropping acid, being a worm (literally), and vandalising everything. PUNK RAWK!! There is no real way to describe Dart's voice, it's a little bit like Jello Biafra's voice only WAAAAY more nasaly (if you can believe it) and screechy. You just have to hear it to believe it. A friend who was at my house when I threw this CD on asked me during the first track "Oh my god, he doesn't do that through the ENTIRE FUCKING ALBUM does he?!"

The answer is Yes. Yes he does. And it's fucking beautiful.

Check out this CD, which is a compilation of their first two albums. This is guaranteed to annoy the crap out of your neighbors and it may cause you to develope a bi-polar disorder. Great stuff.

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Graham from Morton Grove, IL 
Oct 26 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Ah, now what a wacky wee platter THIS is. Early-to-mid-80s super-angry hardcore politicopunk from a sociopathic-sounding 6'9" nutter ranting about murdering cops, bombing holiday parades, about being more (self)'righteous' than fellow political activists, supporting Gadaffi (ask yer parents - before yer time), cutting off the president's head and mailing it to Christians (whom he wants to torch) in a garbage bag, taking LSD and psychically praying that army planes crash and then taking credit for it when it happens, hating the media and government and people in general...QUALITY MAYHEM.

If these ingredients listed here are your cup of vitriol (and let's face it, who DOESN'T like that kind of weird, damaged shit?) then buy this CD. It's the only two albums the band ever put out combined on one CD, and both albums sound somewhat different - Winsonsin, the second (which I used to have on blue vinyl, back in the daze when people bought such a thing) throws weird Native American Indian and acoustic stuff through the insanely angry mix (Doc Dart, the singer, has THE worst 'singing' voice you will EVER hear - it's pure satire, and obviously a HUGE influence on Joey Vindictive of The Vindictives, another bitter, angry, sneering, self-righteous, pathetic-sounding fool of a man) to create a vastly different sound to the first, early-80s-hardcore-politicopunk-inspired first album.

If you're angry and murderous and sociopathic and bitter and sick and and an obnoxious prick, BUY THIS. You'll LOVE it. And be amused to learn that wee Doc Dart now works in a gas station in Michigan. Ironic for somebody so anti-corporate; karmic almost. What guess around comes around, eh?

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