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Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll A
Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll A
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Mentors
Title: Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll A
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Aware One Records
Release Date: 4/21/1997
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 095451000921

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Legendarily filthy
Anonymous Mentors Fan | Sodom, CA | 05/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Those of you who cannot or do not appreciate sexist, misogynist and juvenile humor should stay away from this album. For everyone else, The Mentors are the Beatles of depraved, filthy music - they are unquestionably the best there has ever been in this genre, and the best there ever will be. While The Beatles had "A Day in the Life" as their magnum opus, the Mentors have "Goin' Through Your Purse". Like "A Day in the Life", this song tells a story. It is a cautionary tale about what happens to groupies who are a little too anxious to sleep with the Mentors. Another song by The Mentors is "Woman from Sodom". This song is reminscent of the Beatles' "I Wanna Hold Your Hand", except that instead of holding a girl's hand, the Mentors want to have butt sex. Finally, the Mentors' analog to the Beatles' "Taxman" is "Peeping Tom". The protagonist of the Mentors song, instead of collecting taxes, looks in the windows of unsuspecting women and then masturbates. Other similarities to the Beatles abound. For example, both El Duce and John Lennon died prematurely. Both the Mentors and the Beatles have made movies. The Beatles made "A Hard Days Night" and "Help!", while the Mentors starred in the Gary Pressman oevre, "The F**k Movie". And while The Beatles were featured on the Ed Sullivan Show, the Mentors were frequent guests on The Wally George Show. You really should buy this album. If the music doesn't inspire you, at least you'll have a few good belly laughs"
All Hail El Duce!!
Johny Bottom | Jacksonville, NC | 12/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Man I loved that guy. I never got to see them live so I am somewhat of a loser, but my God what a talented and unappreciated artist. El Duce is the Salvador Dali of music.

With juvenille lyrics, buzzing guitars and a powerfully crushing drummer, The Mentors had the rock world by the balls, well at least they should have. This album takes you to the beginning of The Mentors legend and if you ain't never heard them, well get out the skateboards and head to that bridge under the freeway. Play this along with S.O.D. and you got a certified Skate Rat Party in the making.

R.I.P. El Duce, we hardly knew ye."
Long live the legend of El Duce
robbie | california | 01/26/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Who was the bigger nut job? GG Allin or El Duce? Its really hard to say. although El was alot more light hearted thatn GG, Where GG Just hated everyone, El Duce seemed to be a bit more socal. But enough of that, the point is that this Album is about as rock and roll as it gets. El Duce was a an old, fat, drunk, sexually perverted, smelly, ugly, punk rocker for those of you who have never heard of him. He played the drums and was the lead singer for the mentors, until his alcoholism caught up with him one day, and the band was forced to hire a new drummer so El could just sing. He died in 1997 from getting hit by a train in a blur of drunkerdness, But its said by few that he was murdered by the infamous Allen Wrench the same guy that Supposedly murdered Kurt Kobain. After El Duce told somone he thought Allen Wrench might have murdered Kurt, He got hit by that train pretty quick, so who knows...

Long live the legend of El Duce."