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Old 08-17-2013, 04:59 PM
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The Bootlicker
Released on August 23rd, 1999
Label: Ipecac

Line-Up:
King Buzzo – vocals, guitar, noises
Dale Crover – drums, percussion, vocals
Kevin Rutmanis – bass. slide bass
Eric Peterson – piano on Prig

1. Toy
2. Let it All Be
3. Black Santa
4. We We
5. Up the Dumper
6. Mary Lady Bobby Kins
7. Jew Boy Flowerhead
8. Lone Rose Holding Now
9. Prig

The “mellow” album of the trilogy. It has the misfortune of following the beast that was the Maggot and that’s an impossible task. Anything directly after that is going to have less impact on me so I like this a little less. I’m more into heavier music usually too, so that may be why I enjoy the Maggot so much more. But you just have to take the two albums as two totally different sides of the coin. There are still some really great songs on here and I still highly recommended it.
Best Song: Mary Lady Bobby Kins
Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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