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Apocalypse Dudes

Turbonegro

1998

Apocalypse Dudes
Album Summary

Apocalypse Dudes is the fourth album by the Norwegian band Turbonegro. It is the first studio album with Euroboy as the lead guitarist and the last before the band disbanded in December 1998. Released in early 1998 in Norway and Germany, the album was a huge success for the then underground band. Adapting a more glam rock-oriented sound, Apocalypse Dudes set the standard for future Turbonegro records and became the first part of the Apocalypse trilogy, consisting of Apocalypse Dudes (1998), Scandinavian Leather (2003) and Party Animals (2005).

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2.91

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10908

Genres

  • Punk
  • Hard Rock

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Mon Mar 15 2021
3

Made me want to have non-consensual sex with myself.

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Mon Mar 01 2021
2

It’s a shame that some of these cool rock tracks, guitar riffs, and solos were wasted with vocals and lyrics that a 13 year old would have written better after discovering their first swear words.

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Wed Jul 27 2022
3

Some of it was definitely catchy and fun, but throughout the whole album the only vibe I could get through the whole thing was "This is what a group of writers for a Disney Channel sitcom would create as punk music" lol. Gets 3 stars, but only just barely.

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Tue Aug 10 2021
4

Turbonegro... Am I allowed to say that...? According to the band, it's not at all racially based and instead meant to be like their music; FAST and DARK. Still, with that interpretation, it is not the Norsk death-music that I was expecting, though still less Cardigan and more Hives. Some of it was good... err MOST of it was good... a bit poppy with some surface-deep grit and grime. However, there are some tracks that seem as if they were written for performances on Eurovision. The vocals and mixing was just overproduced enough to ponder the identity they were carrying at the time of recording (... Gothy NSYNC anyone?) Eurovision, may not've been much a stretch, perhaps "Eurovision After Dark" as Turbonegro had stage performances outshined their music and evidently include antics like shooting roman candles out of their asses and playing in blackface in the early 90's. "Get It On" was great as is "Age of Pamparius", but tracks like "Are You Ready" which I suppose is meant to be frightening just plays like the Halloween lawn section at Home Depot. Maybe a little too refined for repeated listening, but there's definitely some stuff here worth saving and even looking forward to in the future.

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Tue Jun 22 2021
1

The riffs are an empty promise, the irony (as suggested by the band name) is notable only by its absense, and there's not even a whiff of groove. I'm guessing they really liked the Ramones. Me too. But (didn't I say this about Fun Lovin Criminals?) that doesn't mean if I make sandwich-board songs with provocative names they'll come out anything like Blitzkrieg Bop. Especially if, like these flat earthers, I totally eschew hooks.

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Thu Sep 29 2022
1

Loud, splashy and directionless. Posers. An album which makes you reconsider whether there are as many as 1,001 albums you must listen to before you die.

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Fri Mar 17 2023
2

This is one of the dumbest albums we’ve gotten on this list. I wanna cut these dudes some slack because English isn’t their native language, but they make Kiss sound like geniuses. Rendezvous With Anus?? Rock Against Ass??? What the fuck are you on about? 4/10

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Fri Mar 24 2023
1

Let me check my notes… “if you want to rock, you gotta roll”, Wikipedia page says they “attack political correctness” and went blackface in early shows to “challenge the audience”. Musically, this means “rendezvous with anus”. Lead guitarist invoicing by the note. Chords strung into a forgettable rush… party band for the alt right… “Are you ready (for some darkness)” why the parentheses and which idiot thought this song needed an outro, all of these songs are too long… ah shit someone found the cowbells in the studio’s percussion larder… For the second day in a row I think of the Didjits, who made the patently offensive fun. Crap.

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Thu Jun 16 2022
3

I was really digging it, but by the fifth track I got bored.

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Thu Jan 28 2021
5

Absolutely amazing. Didn't know about this band but I can see myself becoming a huge fan.

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Wed Dec 15 2021
5

This was actually a great album. Goes hard AF and lots of the songs are catchy. Love that the first one, "The Age of Pamarius", is the opening theme for Wildboyz lol. 8/10.

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Thu Sep 08 2022
5

<beavis-and-butthead_headbang.gif>

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Thu Jan 28 2021
4

What a fun album 7/10 FT: Get It On

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Mon Jun 21 2021
4

Rock n Roll often comes off as pretentious and trying too hard, or going too hard into substance abuse, but I really felt like these dudes where just having a great time and being slightly goofy, fuck-off fun rock punkers. "Prince of the Rodeo", "Rock Against Ass"

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Fri Mar 05 2021
4

Excellent! Fun if you're in a skater boi mood

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Thu May 06 2021
4

Truthfully should read through the lyrics to really understand whats going on here but this album really rocks for me. It made me immediately miss being at a great rock show. These guys have to be great live. They have some fun pizzaz which seems to tip a hat to the headband rock (is that a real term or something only my friends use?) of yore on the opener and then go into a much more contemporary sound that isn't far off from a lot of the rock I like today. Would listen again, and in fact already started the album from the top.

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Sat Jun 12 2021
4

great guitar driven rock. Liked it a lot.

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Wed Dec 22 2021
4

Fun, kind of brainless (by design) rock 'n' roll. Kind of lost me near the end, but the energy carries it far. My first thought was, "they seem serious about not being serious." Favorite tracks: "Zillion Dollar Sadist", "Prince of the Rodeo", "Selfdestruco Bust"

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Thu Jul 14 2022
4

What happens when you knowingly throw every hard rock, glam metal and punk cliché into an an infectiously catchy cocktail of hooks and riffs, with absurd English as a second language lyrics, by Norway’s finest faux gay rockers. ‘Apocalypse Dudes’ is gloriously ridiculous, super enjoyable and a shit load of fun, but it’s also a clever record, and more than just mere homage. These guy really rock.

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Wed Feb 15 2023
4

Do you want fun, energetic rock riffs while a bunch of goofy dudes say words like 'anus' and 'motherfucker'? Because that's what this is. Don't threaten me with a good time!

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Fri Mar 17 2023
4

If Monster Energy and spiked hair and Xbox and black and red and neon green sonic adventure 2 hot chip motorola phone dial up internet made an album. Also the Bowie cover at the end is genius. Great record.

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Wed Jul 12 2023
4

Listening to this album was like being at a pub gig in Sydney in the late 70’s or 80’s, watching some Detroit-influenced, post - Birdman band, and having a great time. Totally generic. Full of those quirks that you only get with Scandi bands who have a particular way of using the English language - Rendezvous With Anus? Really??? Absolutely. The Scandis do not take a backward step when it comes to sex. There’s hardly a track here that doesn’t remind you of some 70’s American rock band. I love Euroboy’s guitar. A big highlight. I’m a Hives fan & for a while I was sure that the track Get It On borrowed heavily from their song Hate To Say I Told You So, but turns out the Turbonegro track predated the Hives cut by a couple of years. This is so not a 90’s album & that’s a really good thing. There’s nothing ground-breaking here, but what a pleasure it was listening to it.

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Wed Feb 15 2023
3

I too have listened to the Stooges. Rock on

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Wed Sep 28 2022
2

I’m not sure I needed to hear this one before I die but now I have. Very silly. Very spoodly. I did enjoy the handclaps on Don’t Say Motherfucker, Motherfucker. I predict that I will use “I’ve got a headache in my pants” as an excuse to get out of something before the end of this week. I won’t listen to this again.

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Fri May 21 2021
5

Good vibes right off the bat. I was expecting something Harder based on the name. oh shit I got chills.

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Thu Feb 25 2021
5

Cool stuff! How have I never heard this before?

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Thu Apr 15 2021
5

4.5 | No sabía mucho de Turbonegro, hasta ayer los conocía como una banda de punk europeos con un nombre gracioso pero nunca los había escuchado realmente. Resulta que imaginémonos a los Ramones escribiendo canciones de Alice Cooper y producidos por Village People. Que refrescante disco y grupo. Tal cual, está quizá entre los mejores discos de punk que he escuchado. El sonido bien clásico que creería uno de repente que es de 1978, no 1998; sin embargo, luego entran los cambios y las invenciones, un poco de hard rock por acá, algo de glam, tantito metal, distorsión, unos ruidillos.... muy buena producción de verdad sin quitar el núcleo de la música se siente innovador y no cansa. Temáticamente me encantó el concepto del grupo. Representan muchas de las cosas que me agradan de la música, son irreverentes e intencionadamente chocantes sin llegar a sentirse trillados o cliché, en mucho de su humor me recuerdan a un Rammstein menos oscuro y más preocupados con el sexo (sí, al parecer eso es posible). No hay una canción en particular que me sobresalga, pero en verdad se me hizo un disco muy muy sólido, suena a punk clásico evolucionando de los tres acordes base, hay una buena cantidad de solos bastante virtuosos que se sienten intencionadamente colocados en lugares de la canción en que no van. Siento que es como lo que sería una versión de Spinal Tap pero con verdadero talento o un Moderatto que realmente entiende el humor de lo que hace y lo sabe usar de manera original con talento y música propia (o sea… nada como Moderatto). Tienen suficiente originalidad y entendimiento de otros géneros para hacer una entrada elaborada como en Age of Pamparius, con un nombre épico... esperando alguna poética apocalíptica y terminar hablando de una pizzería. Son de esas pocas bandas que tienen la virtud de ser realmente graciosos e inteligentes. Muy interesante hallazgo, en lo personal no llega a calificación perfecta porque, aunque me agradó tanto, necesito estar de humor particular para querer escuchar punk.

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Thu May 06 2021
5

I think I had one turbonegro song on a Kerrang sampler one time - "No! I'm Alpha Male!" Thought it was weird, but cool! Honestly feel the same about this album. Feels like a cool Rocky-punk that clearly has some of than scandinavian metal influence in its darkness at times. Maybe a 4 or 4.5 in actuality, but I'm happy to have something new for my rotation - five stars! || Name felt weird coming from a Norwegian group, and I'm still not 100% sold on it, even with stated anti-racist beliefs and looking to call out racism in Nroway and Scandinavia. Maybe if they decide to change it they could go back to their other original name idea "Nazipenis"

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Wed May 26 2021
5

First off, I love the album name. Second, this is right up my alley. Very punkish and fun. I liked this.

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Thu Jan 20 2022
5

I absolutely love this album. It's this perfect mix of jackass style jokes (didn't hurt they were on the soundtrack to half of it), genuinely cool hard rock a la Motorhead, and peppered with guitar solos. It also makes me rub my fucking nipples with glee when I read reviews for metal/punk/whatever albums on here, and so many people have written that they didn't finish the album. "Ugh, too loud!" hahaha, fuck you. This is a legit 5/5 without even thinking.

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Wed Mar 02 2022
5

I needed this today. Where has this been all my life? Norwegian Death Punk. I kind of guessed what I was getting into with song titles like "Rendezvous with Anus," "Good Head,", "Don't Say Motherfucker, Motherfucker," and "Rock Against Ass." But I had no idea of the quality and intensity. Definitely falls in the punk category but there are hard rock aspects and rarely do you hear a lead guitar in punk as good as this. You hear all sorts of influences: Stooges, Ramones, Black Flag, Butthole Surfers, Monster Magnet (contemporaries at the time) and even Van Halen. But, their sound is unique. No bad songs or fillers on this; some may disagree. A song highlight was "Prince of the Rodeo" which sounds like Van Halen on Crack. Well, OK, more Crack. Fantastic.

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Fri Mar 11 2022
5

Mind Blown. L'un des albums les plus intéressants depuis longtemps. Le mélange de punk, hard rock, heavy metal est très bien fait, les compositions sont solides et les leads de guitare sont incroyable.

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Thu Jul 21 2022
5

Задорное название, задорные песни :)

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Thu Aug 25 2022
5

I mean wow. This is good if not great! What a suprise.

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Thu Sep 15 2022
5

Whatever numbnut categorized this as "glam rock" needs to have their hearing checked or their critic card revoked. This is punk. It sits comfortably on the same part of the spectrum as The Clash and The Ramones even though it's decades younger. As such, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Maybe that's because my expectations were so low given the glam label or maybe it's just because I'm a punk kid who just gets off on guitars distorted to sandpaper roughness. Either way, this was a total joy ride for me and I'm here for it all day.

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Wed Oct 26 2022
5

Amazing. The wildboyz theme. This album had it all

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Fri Dec 23 2022
5

Excellent grungy punk. Loved it!

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Thu Jan 26 2023
5

My friend Huw recommended this to me at least 15 years ago. Great stuff, punk, but melodic.

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Wed Apr 19 2023
5

At first I wanted to say ''who the hell is Turbonegro and why is this album on the generator?" But, as soon as that came up, a wild series of memories came flooding back. They were somewhat familiar to me but only through snippets via Viva la Bam and Wildboyz and, as soon as those songs started, everything began to click. For me, it's not nostalgia, it is a full circle scenario hearing songs like The Age of Pamparius, Selfdestructo Bust and Prince of the Rodeo for the first time in a very long time, but in full. As for the other songs on here, there was a slight feeling of dread when it came to their titles (Rock Against Ass, Rendezvous With Anus, Don't Say Motherfucker, Motherfucker) but ultimately they caused no harm while guaranteeing a good time. A glamorous punk rock romp from beginning to end that ensures hooks that would stick inside ones head for a while. I'm glad to have reconnected with Turbonegro while hearing something new.

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Sun Jun 25 2023
5

I first heard of Turbonegro last summer on the Covino and Rich Show podcast. Covino was talking about listening to their song "All My Friends Are Dead". I was curious about what they sounded like, so I gave them a listen, and thoroughly enjoyed what I heard! These guys are punk/hard rock from Norway. They don't take themselves too seriously, singing songs with titles such as: I Got Erection, Blow Me (Like The Wind), Hobbit Motherfuckers, Shake Your Shit Machine, and Stroke the Shaft to name a few. People who get easily offended won't like these guys, but that's kind of the point. I have listened to "best of" lists of theirs on Spotify, but never heard this record cover to cover. I knew the song Rendezvous With Anus, but that was about it, so I was looking forward to hearing some more of their stuff today! Unlike what most people think, Turbonegro isn't racist at all! The band claims that the name is in reference to their style of music: Turbo = fast Negro = dark Overall, a great album! Don't take anything too seriously, and you may enjoy it too. The instrumentation is unapologetically fast and thrashy, and the lyrics are simplistic and hilarious. The first song on the record, The Age of Pamparius, is about making a pizza! I will absolutely listen again, and was excited to see that they made the list! Favourite songs: Monkey on Your Back, Prince of the Rodeo, Rendezvous With Anus, Are You Ready (For Some Darkness), Humiliation Street, Rock Against Ass, Get It On, Selfdestructo Bust, "Don't Say Motherfucker, Motherfucker", The Age of Pamparius, Zillion Dollar Sadist, Good Head Least favourite song: Back to Dungaree High 5/5

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Thu Aug 17 2023
5

overall rating: 10/10 favourite song: get it on ( 9.5/10 ) runner up favourite: rock against ass ( 9/10 ) least favourite: are you ready ( 8/10 ) album cover: 8.5/10 vocals: 9/10 instrumentals: 10/10 would i recommend ? : yes i have already mentioned it to two people other: first album / band i’ve been recommended that i haven’t heard about before hand. a lot of the songs sound relatively similar and i don’t notice a song change , that isn’t that bad tho. i really love this album and will definitely listen to more by the band.

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Fri Sep 08 2023
5

Ah, the soundtrack of my youth. In their heydays Turbonegro had a sizeable cult of followers in Scandinavia. The die hard fans all had denim jackets with Turbojugend patches. Some friends of mine even had a tribute band. I saw them live a couple of times in the early 2000’s but most of all i remember the many singalongs while partying with friends. Turbonegro is the sound of young male camaraderie. Although i might even prefer the trashier, dirtier and even more idiotic punk rock of their previous album Ass Cobra, my pants are bulging from the riffs and shout-along-friendly lyrics of Apocalypse Dudes. When so much fast and heavy rock takes itself way to serious Turbonegro brings back a juvenile excitement to rock’n’roll with their homoerotic punk rock.

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Mon Sep 18 2023
5

Easily one of my favorite punk albums from this project, if not THE favorite. They've successfully blended genres to make a cool new things while also respecting their roots. Best track: Get It On

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Wed Sep 27 2023
5

Wow. Intense, whimsical, punk as hell. This reminds me of the best of AC/DC, and just seems like they are just out here to have a great time. The band name, some of the historical context (ie playing in blackface) hasn't aged well, but I think some of that can be chalked up to them being a European band. Regardless, this feels like glam rock as it should be - fun as hell with absolutely killer guitar and drums.

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Fri Oct 20 2023
5

What a find. These guys are great.

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Wed Oct 25 2023
5

Good modern rock album with influence from past decades. Great pick.

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Wed Jan 17 2024
5

Yay, Turbonegro! Really good album from. First track, the age of pamparius, is sucking you into the next 54 mins. Probably their best album. I was surprised to find it on the list but it quite makes sense.

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Mon Jan 29 2024
5

This album is great, a ton of fun. Lots of good old guitar rock, great interplay. Put it on loud and love it. Love. It.

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Tue Feb 06 2024
5

As an ignorant Latin American, it is hard for me to grasp the fact that Punk rock exists in Norway. It's like listening to Australian reggaeton or Japanese Salsa (a real thing, let me tell you), but here we are, talking about one of these underappreciated bands that have filled our recent history. Turbonegro is savage, rapacious, sharp, hilarious, energetic, and sarcastic, like life itself. Wondering how it is to live in those Nordic countries where people get to be 100 years or more. Is this the elixir of youth? More like this, please!

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Fri Apr 05 2024
5

So, a confession. In addition to actively taking part in this community by being on, and contributing to this site, I’m also on the subreddit. I post a daily review of a new album every day, which can often reach 1000 words. Yes, I am chronically online, how could you tell. Anyway… I first heard about this album a few months ago when somebody put a post on the subreddit asking for why exactly it was on the list. The responses are actually very well thought through, especially for Reddit, with the best responses examining either a trend in the author’s choices regarding a liking for mixing of styles as displayed in Apocalypse Dudes’ mix of Glam and Punk, or a contextual explanation based on their influence on the role of back to basics guitar music in the early 2000’s. However, the most suggested explanation as to why Turbonegro deserve a place on the 1001 albums to listen to before you die, is that they fucking rip. And as useful as putting the album into context is, I think that the latter reason is really the best justification. Apocalypse Dudes is undoubtedly one of the most exhilarating Rock albums I have ever had the pleasure to listen to. From the faux Who-esque Rock Opera opening of The Age Of Pamparius to the hilarious piss-taking final instrumental stretch outs of Good Head, this is absolutely some of the most fun I’ve had with a new album in a long, long time. I’ve listened to Apocalypse Dudes three times today. I’m on my fourth listen through as I write this review. It is half one in the morning. I still feel like strutting around town in my leather jacket, stomping along to the beat, playing air guitar and acting like the most insufferable yet charismatic motherfucker (note: can’t say motherfucker, motherfucker) around. The genius of Punk is that it’s DIY attitude can and should be inspiring. Unlike Prog, where you have to be a virtuoso (and also a boring fucker who enjoys writing boring 25 minute suites about being a wizard,) unlike Pop, where you have to be unnaturally pretty, and be willing to let a marketing team tell you what to do, Punk is liberating. I get the same feeling I do with Apocalypse Dudes as I do the early British Punk bands. I want to go out and start my own band right now. I want to take on the world with a few like-minded individuals, present a wall of sound that fucking blows them apart, and take on the fucking world. I want to make music that makes other people feel the way I do about this album

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Wed Apr 10 2024
5

Quintessential rock and roll. This is what happens in my head when I say "Rock Out"!

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Fri Oct 16 2020
4

didn't know what to expect from the first track, this album was an unexpectedly **fun** listen, bowie cover of suffragette city is great

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Wed May 05 2021
4

I liked it more than I thought I would. A few songs I'd come back to, but I would definitely give the whole album another listen.

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Tue May 18 2021
4

Good shit, truly. I didn't know what to expect but the first few songs really hit. They have a good punk vibe but really non-punk lyrics and melodies.

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Thu Apr 15 2021
4

3.5| Punkcito acido e irreverente muy chingón, me gusta esa mezcla que hacen con diferentes géneros, no los había escuchado y ya hasta me voy a hacer mi playera del disco

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Thu Apr 15 2021
4

Este disco tiene una vibra entre Sex Pistols y The Offspring. Muy agradable de escuchar. Me gustó la canción “Prince of the Rodeo”. Le daría 3.5 estrellas, pero subo a 4 porque sí lo volvería a escuchar para manejar en carretera.

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Fri Jan 22 2021
4

Wild Boyz theme song is on here This album is super fun and high energy - need to come back to this for running/workout playlists.

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Thu Apr 15 2021
4

Una licuadora llena de hard rock, punk y heavy metal dando vueltas a 10,000 rpm. La música no es muy compleja, las letras tampoco pero no lo necesitan. Canciones pegajosas con coros fáciles de repetir que inmediatamente te tienen cantando. Sólido 4.

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Mon Apr 19 2021
4

Wildboyz, cool album and interesting themes punk as hell

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Thu Mar 18 2021
4

Highlights: Age of Pamparius, SelfDestructo Bust, Probably, Zillion Dollar Sadist, Are You Ready, Prince of the Rodeo On the surface, you'd think TN is just vulgar, trashy, rude, offensive shock-rock or garage punk...If not for the well-crafted licks, aggressive progressions, and the exquisite execution of every track here. The lyrics are silly, and they don't even matter, they're just a distraction. It'd be a shame to miss out just because the track listing contains words. like "mfer" and "anus", because every track on Apocalypse Dudes is worthy of your attention.

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Thu May 06 2021
4

Biggest disappointment was that this was the first time I’ve ever heard this album - I like it! Certainly hear the influences of Black Flag and the Ramones. Good hard rock with some interesting/ridiculous lyrics. I’ll listen again.

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Thu May 06 2021
4

Enjoyable but not something I would likely seek out. Sounds like something Tom would put on and I would be pleasantly surprised by liking. Slightly disappointed when I learned it was "Selfdestructo Bust" not "Selfdestructo Bus" and a song about the movie Speed

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Tue May 11 2021
4

Had a fun time with this. Made me nostalgic for Viva La Bam.

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Mon Mar 15 2021
4

A solid 3.5 but I'm marking it up to 4 on the basis of their live show ass fireworks.

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Thu Jun 24 2021
4

Stevig album! Hier heb ik toch af en toe op zitten headbangen. Niet super, maar een verdiende 4/5

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Thu May 27 2021
4

Apocalypse Dudes!... Got nothin to Lose!!

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Mon Mar 15 2021
4

better than i expected. can see where the hives got their idea from.

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Sat Jul 03 2021
4

A really slammin' glam metal album! Turbonegro wears their influences on their sleeves in this one, which I appreciate.

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Tue May 11 2021
4

Wall of sound punk rock with meedly meedly guitar solos! What's not to like? Good mosh pit music. I will say that I felt like I had enough by about 5 or 6 songs in and started skipping around looking for something more interesting.

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Tue Jul 13 2021
4

Rating: 7/10 Best songs: The age of pamparius, Are you ready, Suffragette city

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Fri Jun 11 2021
4

Super interesting album. This self-named genre Deathpunk is way more thought out that than the punk label would suggest. The arrangement is complex and is able to keep the listeners attention through over 40 minutes of music. The lyrics and the name of the band are transgressive, but again, very interesting.

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Thu Jul 29 2021
4

Norwegian glam punk??? hell yes

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Fri Jul 30 2021
4

A really good album with a terrific sound and a lot of metal feels to it. I’ll definitely listen to this again.

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Fri Aug 13 2021
4

Lite go rock, kräver nog någon genom lyssning till men inte besviken

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Thu Aug 26 2021
4

only bored by one song! this album starts and it doesn't stop :)

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Thu Sep 09 2021
4

Now this is a fun album, I was pleasantly surprised! Offspring meets Bowie on the stage with the Ramones? Giving it a 4 after several listens, but given age I might consider a 5!

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Sun Oct 03 2021
4

It’s very good. Like you took David Bowie, iggy pop, the ramones, black flag, and the whole glam/punk sound and put it in a Norwegian blender. Pretty sweet

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Wed Nov 03 2021
4

Fun album. I discovered this band because of Wildboyz (Jackass spin-off) and never expected them to be on this list.

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Thu Nov 25 2021
4

Never heard of them before. Really solid album.

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Sun Nov 28 2021
4

Nie viel gehört, aber lustig!

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Wed Mar 02 2022
4

p823. 1998. 4 stars Came cold to this, knew nothing about the band or their music. Pleasantly surprised. Vaguely pretentious hybrid of punk and glam rock with ridiculous song titles, but doesn't take itself too seriously. All sorts of echoes in here - Ramones, The Who, Queen, Oasis. I liked this more than I was expecting to :)

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Fri Mar 04 2022
4

This was incredible. Never heard of them before but they have everything - cool riffs, high energy, driving beats, catchy tunes, funny lyrics. I bet this would be a great live show. Really makes it worth it when I get a album like this from this list.

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Wed Mar 16 2022
4

Okei, oli aikanaan kovaa menoa (kiitos Elias tutkimukseksesta), mutta nyt on vaan hauska hiphop-levy. Saundit toisinaan vähän dänkkejä, mut hyvällä tavalla. Kuuntelin eilen kävelyllä ja sai kyllä asennetta askeleeseen. Kaiken kaikkiaan 4/5

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Wed Mar 16 2022
4

Noni vittu huh huh! Kaasu pohjaan ja täysillä seinään tai jotain. Aivan älytön skandinaavirokkipläjäys! Hank Von Helvetehän kuoli viimevuoden lopulla joten muisteleminen on syytä aloittaa viimeistään nyt. Onhan tää törkee levy! Ai että! Taitaa olla koko yhtyeen paras tuotos. Miten täältä generaattorista nyt koko ajan tulee omia suosikkilevyjä? 4/5

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