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Album Review

Collecting both Crucifucks albums for a 29-song experience, Our Will is just the right thing for the budding politically aware punk fan on your gift list, assuming Dart's vocals won't freak said person out. Cover art and other flyers and things from the band's career appear, including the notorious photo of a slain Michigan policeman on the back of the case that later landed the group and label in hot legal water. The one extra number that shows up is "Annual Report," originally from the Maximum Rock and Roll Presents...Welcome to 1984 compilation. It's a straightforward enough crunch with just enough of a stuttering shift in rhythm on the chorus to make it more memorable.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s

Formed in Lansing, MI in 1982, the Crucifucks were a punk rock band led by frontman and lyricist Doc Corbin Dart. One of the most intensely cynical groups to arise during the Reagan era, the Crucifucks' brand of establishment hating rhetoric would score them a deal with fellow anti-establishment figure Jello Biafra and his label, Alternative Tentacles. Their debut, a self-titled affair, was released in 1985. Featuring Dart on vocals, Gus Varner on guitar, Marc H. on bass, and future Sonic Youth drummer...
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