Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Back from the right side of my mind on LSD
Damned Disciple | NJ, USA | 09/28/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is hardcore punk at it's finest. Some people forget in this ultra-lame politically correct day and age that punk rock was about having a good time way back when. The Angry Samoans will please fans of old L.A. punk like Adolescents, Circle Jerks, and Black Flag. Come on, look at the song titles! How can a song called "They Saved Hitler's C--k" not be good? Ha ha ha! The Samoans take it to the extreme (excuse the cliche) on 40+ songs that absolutely rock. If songs like "Lights Out", "Electrocution", or "Right Side Of My Mind" don't move you, maybe you should check your pulse! Anyone slagging this kind of stuff is probably about as intestering as the gravel in my driveway."
All the Samoans you ever need
Chet Fakir | DC | 05/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There's nothing more you can leave behind
So forget about seeing, get into your mind
Everything looks better when the world is black
Grab a fork, make the first attack
Poke poke, poke your eyes out
If Hitler's c*ck could start to talk, it would say: To kill today. If Hitler's c*ck could choose it's mate, it would ask, for Sharon Tate!
If you like ridiculous toilet humor punk rock that takes no prisoners and thumbs its nose at propriety and political correctness, this is for you. Personally I like the nihilistic attitude of the Angry Samoans a lot more than the self righteous musings of a band like Seven Seconds or even the Clash. Although the musicianship is pretty crappy, and the sound is thin, the crazyness and up yours attitude of the Samoans more than makes up for sonic shortcomings. This is Punk rock when punk rock wasn't cool and people in shopping malls hated it. It's power to annoy those bleeding heart politically correct and humorless drones on the left and those self-righteous cornfed hypocrites on the right remains as strong today as when this poop first plopped into the bowl. Two middle fingers up."
K. Ramsey | 10/16/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Good disc that spans their career as a band. More or less a discography I assume. The sound ranges between garage rock and early 80s Hardcore Punk. I'm even surprised at how musical some of the songs are. Dig it!"