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Album Review

The soundtrack to the must-see documentary film on Allin of the same title includes liner notes with quotes from the film from GG and associates. With several of Allin's signature songs and other material, it offers about as understandable a portrait of him as one can get. The sound (and musical) quality of most of these selections, whether live or studio recordings, is wretched, but somehow they make more sense that way. ("Suck My Ass It Smells," in particular, must be heard for one to believe that somebody bothered to record it.) Cover art is by John Wayne Gacy.

Biography

Born: 29 August 1956 in Lancaster, NH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

To some, G.G. Allin was the ultimate symbol of rock & roll rebellion, taking it to extremes that no one else was dangerous enough to explore. To others, he was a lunatic whose attempts to shock and disgust were too ham-fisted to be taken seriously. Wherever the truth lay, there can be no doubt that Allin was the most spectacular degenerate in rock & roll history. Music was almost incidental to his violent, scatological stage act, which got him arrested over 50 times for a litany of offenses,...
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