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Hellcat 80422

Released on April 25, 2000

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An attack dog of snarling and snorting punk rock rip-up ready to take you by the throat and hickey like crazy. Fourteen bloodlusting songs that tongue-run the spectrum, power-lunged behind BRODY ARMSTRONG's hard driving vocal assault. Includes the track "LA Girl," from the smash hit Give 'Em the Boot Vol. II.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 39 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Oh Serena  12%
2 Idoless  6%
3 The World Comes Tumblin'  10%
4 L.A. Girl Voted #2  15%
5 Distilla Truant  3%
6 Ask The Angels  6%
7 Oldscratch  3%
8 Girlfixer  5%
9 Open Sky  2%
10 Red Carpet And Rebellion Voted #3  14%
11 Colossus U.S.A.  3%
12 Blackheart  1%
13 Gypsy Rose Lee Voted #1  16%
14 The Blackout Years  5%
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Jonathan from Troy, IL 
Apr 23 2010 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good raw girl punk. It is pretty great. But not my favorite band. It is catchy but some of songs fall into the whole cliche punk attitude. Which is good for some but for me I need more. But defiantly better than anything Rancid has put out. Rancid=Cliche and not very much depth.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jun 29 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I had this CD a long time ago and since I hadn't heard anything about this band since they broke up...I kind of wanted to go back and hear these songs again. I remember there were alot of rumors circulating that Brody had a lot of help from Tim Armstrong in constructing these songs. Although that may not be true, it did make me hungry to here these jams again. This is a good album. And no matter how much I didn't like situation between Brody and Tim....I have to say all the Distillers albums were good. I especially like this one because it has the original players who quit to join Exene Cervenka in her new band THe Original Sinners. Some classics on here.

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Jan 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is wonderful. Very fast and very energetic punk. Not a whole lot like Coral Fang. All the songs are fast. CD clocks in at 40 minutes. Brody Dalle was still married to Tim Armstrong when the record was made. So yes it is comparable to Rancid's Self-Titled 2000 CD. This debut CD features the original lineup of the Distillers and all the members are girls except the drummer, Mat Young. Lots of harmonies on this because the bassist and the other guitarist sing with Brody. Its catchy as hell. This goes just as hard or harder than Sing Sing Death House, so if you liked Sing Sing Death House then this is a must have! At the end of the last track (The Blackest Years not the Blackout Years as interpunk puts it) there is a minute of silence and then Brody starts to play a song with just her and her guitar. That song is Young Girl which is track 8 on Sing Sing Death House, which came out about exactly 2 years later. I am looking forward to the new Distillers CD if it ever comes out. It was due in 2005 and that didn't happen. Bassist Ryan Sinn was the last bassist for the Distillers and he quit and is now in a band called Angels and Airwaves, but I hope that Brody pulls together another crew and gets another album off the ground. A must have for Distillers fans! Lyrics are included but they are very small print.

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Kim from Redmond, WA 
Jun 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the distillers' best album. obviously it's a lot like rancid. brody is fucking awesome. good quality punk. get this. uhh, thats it

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Nathan from San Diego, CA 
Mar 11 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A decent debut record. I reccomend Coral Fang over this one just because it really shows how they evolved alot musically. Brody can out-growl Courtney Love anyday.

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Becca from Auburn, WA 
Jan 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the distillers are still one of my favorite bands. Brody's voice is so fucking sexy! this and sing sing death house are their best cds. i dont think you should buy coral fang... the cd isnt anything like the distillers old stuff and would be a let down if you actually spent money on it.... but definately buy this cd! its the best distillers cd in my opinion.

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Ronan from Voisins, France 
Nov 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

In my view, this is the best album from the Distillers. A must have for all those who like female vocals in punk music !

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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Jul 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Zak from Oneida, TN 
May 16 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a great cd. The distillers are an amazing fucking band. if you like the disstillers you should pick up this cd, coral fang, and sing sing death house. Brodi is hot

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Matt from Huntingtown, MD 
Apr 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Distillers are a very underrated band. The best female fronted band since 45 Grave. This album is a little more "punk" than the other two and features a almost female line-up(with the exclusion of the drummer).

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