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Sloppy Seconds - Destroyed mp3 album
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Performer: Sloppy Seconds
Title: Destroyed
Style: Punk
Year 1989
Country US
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 991
MP3 size: 1378 mb
FLAC size: 1868 mb
WMA size: 1763 mb
Other formats: ADX ASF MIDI DMF AA AAC AIFF

Sloppy Seconds - Destroyed mp3 album

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Destroyed is the first full-length studio album by punk band Sloppy Seconds. It was released in 1989 on Toxic Shock Records on LP and cassette in the US (with a CD release on Metal Blade Records), while it was released with a slightly different track list on Metal Blade Records in the UK on LP and CD. The album was reissued on Last Resort Records in 1995, Coldfront records on October 15, 2002, and Kid Tested Records in 2009 (to coincide with the album's 20th anniversary).

Sloppy Seconds was the second album from the country rock band Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show. It featured some of their most popular songs, including "Freakin' at the Freakers Ball" and "The Cover of the Rolling Stone. It was noted for its "crude sense of humor. Ray Sawyer – lead vocals. Dennis Locorriere – lead guitar, lead vocals. George Cummings – steel, electric and Hawaiian guitars, backing vocals. Rik Elswit – rhythm guitar. Billy Francis – keyboards, backing vocals.

Destroyed ‎(CD, Album). Toxic Shock, Musical Tragedies. TXCD-17, MT-117/HS-38. Destroyed ‎(Cass, Album, Promo, RE). Metal Blade Records. Destroyed ‎(Cass, Album, RE).

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Album by Sloppy Seconds. I Don't Wanna Be A Homosexual. The Horror Of Party Beach. So Fucked Up. Germany. The Candy Man. Time Bomb. MusicBrainz: Destroyed.

Destroyed may refer to: Destroyed (Sloppy Seconds album), a 1989 album by Sloppy Seconds. Destroyed (Moby album), a 2011 album by Moby. Destruction (disambiguation). Ruined (disambiguation). All pages with titles containing Destroyed. The second (symbol: s) (abbreviated s or sec) is the base unit of time in the International System of Units (SI).

DESTROYED is the first full length studio release from American (Indianapolis, IN) Punk Rock band Sloppy Seconds originally issued in 1989 by Toxic Shock this CD is the reissue by Metal Blade. It's a fun album with funny lyrics, but it kind of gets old near the end. I pull this CD out every once in a while for some high energy three-chord slamming, but I rarely listen to the entire CD straight through and it goes back on the shelf not in my steady "heavy rotation" CD section.

17 tracks · 1 January 1989. 18 tracks · 24 June 2008. Sloppy Seconds Live: No Time for Tuning.

Tracklist

A1 I Don't Wanna Be A Homosexual
A2 Come Back Traci
A3 Take You Home
A4 Black Roses
A5 Runnin' From The C.I.A.
A6 The Horror Of Party Beach
A7 Blackmail
A8 So Fucked Up
B1 Germany
B2 Janie Is A Nazi
B3 I Want 'Em Dead
B4 If I Had A Woman
B5 Veronica
B6 The Candy Man
B7 Steal Your Beer
B8 Time Bomb

Notes

Recorded : Diehl Production Studios, Carmel, IN.

Insert 12" page with lyrics.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KTR-010 Sloppy Seconds Destroyed ‎(LP, Gre + LP, S/Sided, Etch + RE) Kid Tested Records KTR-010 US 2010
3984-14036-2 Sloppy Seconds Destroyed ‎(CD) Metal Blade Records 3984-14036-2 US 1994
CF-066 Sloppy Seconds Destroyed ‎(CD, Album, RE) Coldfront Records CF-066 US 2002
KTR-010 Sloppy Seconds Destroyed ‎(LP, Ora + LP, S/Sided, Etch) Kid Tested Records KTR-010 US 2009
CDZORR071 Sloppy Seconds Destroyed ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Metal Blade Records CDZORR071 Germany 1994


Wel
great debut album from a great band in true sloppy seconds form i discovered them on a mix tape and quickly picke destroyed in used bin and bought everything I could from them since then I've collected almost every release on vinyl and seen them live once with was a great show no special effects just pure punk rock