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Even if it was released just two weeks after another remix album from an Al Jourgensen project — Ministry's The Last Dubber — the Revolting Cocks' Sex-O Mixxx-O is a completely different bullet to the brain. Both are based on a single album — in this case, Sex-O Olympic-O — but here there's a variety of names behind the decks rather than just Clayton Worbeck. Mixxx-O is more in line with the Cocks' 2007 effort, Cocktail Mixxx, in that it's heavily influenced by the band's golden age, recalling a time when every major city had an industrial-leaning goth club and releases from the Wax Trax! label dominated that playlist. Tweaker's take on "Hookerbot 3000" is the early My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult sound in effect, creating strip club fantasies with the disco bleeps and whispered vocals so often associated with the Cocks' old labelmates. Doug Firley from Gravity Kills brings to mind the Wax Trax! sister label Play It Again Sam with his Euro-industrial throwback mix of "Robo Bandidos," plus with Luc Van Acker and Dave "Rave" Ogilvie both turning in a mix, you've got some serious industrial-dance royalty. Fans of the early days will find this danceable set of sleazy disco noise more entertaining than expected and appreciate Ogilvie's nod to the Cocks' classic, unashamed sense of humor, dubbing his mix of "I'm Not Gay" "I'm So Gay."


Formed: 1985 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Rumor has it the gents who make up Revolting Cocks came upon the name by their usual debauchery. Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was out for a hard night of drinking with some friends, so hard that the bartender threw them out, declaring them a bunch of revolting cocks. The name was first applied to one of Jourgensen's many side projects in 1985, when he partnered with Luc Van Acker and Front 242's Richard 23 to bring art and the dancefloor closer together. As recordings progressed, things went in...
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