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Beers Steers & Queers
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Hang on to those bullhorns, cowboys and cowgirls: Beers, Steers and Queers is a raucous, raunchy kick in the shorts. Featuring tongue-in-cheek lyrics grilled in industrial marinade, this is Revolting Cocks at their best. T... more »
Hang on to those bullhorns, cowboys and cowgirls: Beers, Steers and Queers is a raucous, raunchy kick in the shorts. Featuring tongue-in-cheek lyrics grilled in industrial marinade, this is Revolting Cocks at their best. The genre-defining industrial band is nonetheless lyrically atypical: the verses are written like dirty jokes on a bathroom wall, but the music is never ignored. This is naughty industrial music meatier than a 16-ounce sirloin. --Beth Bessmer
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I love this album
E. Roberts | Canton, MI United States | 10/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"it's weird i like it. if you know me, you'd think i'd get bored listening to it because there really isn't a lot of change in the music. it's just real beat and groove heavy industrial. one long steady sound you can rock out to while you do stuff. i love it and you should get it."
Rare gem of early industrial music...
Mark Mauer | 06/25/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is worth having for the title track alone! But I find that on a whole it speaks for itself and a time that cannot be repeated. Nuff said."
I remember standing in line for this one!
Joseph Marinaro | 606 --- yeah! | 07/30/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The single and remix for the title track had been getting good play in the clubs and bars of Chicago since Xmas '89, and we all waited in line on Lincoln Avenue for Wax Trax to open on the day the LP was released. Chris Connely was onhand and signing those white "RevCo World" Tshirts. He wrote "Keep playing with Cocks" on mine. The album may have been their last worth buying as the whole scene fizzled out by the next Spring. Highlights of the album are the studio version of "In The Neck" which had been a live staple for several years and the LP mix of "Physical". The artwork was great and I remember this as being the first Wax Trax recording offered on Compact Disc, but maybe it was just the 1st that I bought!"