The second classic re-issue in CD form, with grim acerbic wit, the FEEDERZ drive another stake through the heart of all the values we are taught to hold dear. The picture of the Challenger explosion and the title Teachers in Space that even John Waters found shocking is only the first hint of the insightful contents that lurk within. Savage drums, gut-wrenching guitar work and biting vocals are the vehicle for what this seminal band is famous for: contemplation of the joys of sabotage, theft, looting, refusal and revolt. This particular unrelenting assault also includes a fold out subversive comic poster. Bonus multimedia footage of the entire 40 minutes of mayhem at their infamous live show at Gilman Street where Frank played with a dead dog and cat hung around his neck with live crickets glued to his head in July 1987. And watch out... the FEEDERZ plan to record a new record for Broken Rekids and tour later this year!
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David from Amarillo, TX
Oct 31 2004
As soon as I saw the cover of this album and read the title, I knew that it would be great. And it is great, but compared to "Ever Felt Like Killing Your Boss" it is lacking. There are only 11 songs on this album, 8 of which are actual songs. But those 8 songs are great, I would just get EFLKYB first.