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Album Review

For their second album, Swedish skatepunks the Satanic Surfers have a new singer (drummer Rodrigo Alfaro takes over the mike), a more ironic sense of humor (three song titles include the anti-consumerist "Don't Tell Us What to Do With Our Bodies, You Filthy Bastards," the anti-materialist "You Can Count Your Money in Your Graves, You Filthy Bastards," and the anti-filthy bastards "F**k Off, You Filthy Bastards," all of which have sardonic lyrics that deliver on the promise of the titles), and a surer grasp of the pop song form. So not only do the songs rock like mad, but there are tunes like the unexpectedly catchy "Start Over" and gasping-for-air intense "Even if Time Stood Still." A huge improvement over the Satanic Surfers' somewhat pedestrian early efforts, 666 Motor Inn is mid-'90s punk with all the humor, angst, and passion you could want.


Formed: 1989 in Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Swedish punks the Satanic Surfers formed in the autumn of 1989 around singer Erik and drummer Rodrigo; guitarist Frederick and Magnus soon joined the line-up, as did bassist Tomek, although the band's debut effort Skate to Hell did not appear until 1993. Singer Ulf replaced Erik for the follow-up, 1994's Keep Out, and with Ulf's subsequent departure Rodrigo agreed to assume vocal duties for Hero of Our Time, issued the next year. 666 Motor Inn followed in 1997, and upon completing 1999's Going Nowhere...
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