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Album Review

Hailing from Alaska by way of New Orleans, Supagroup preaches the gospel of hard rock boogie as handed down in the psalms of AC/DC. Helmed by the brothers Lee, this geographical anomaly was silent for almost two years before returning to action with 2001's super-ironic Rock & Roll Tried to Ruin My Life, an album that actually revisits some of their stronger material from yesteryear. And though it was produced by indie maven Jack Endino, all of the hallmarks of a typical AC/DC platter can be found here, from the power boogie and choral shout-outs of opener "Ready to Go" to the slow-driving blues of "Murder, Suicide, Death" ("The Jack" all over again) to the skull-bashing riffs of "She's Hot (I'm on a Roll)" to the wild distortion of the title track. Throughout, older sibling Chris Lee alternates plenty of double entendres with downright scatological musings, while baby brother Benji regularly throttles his six-string with blistering leads — most notably on the explosive "Back By Popular Demand." All in all, Rock & Roll Tried to Ruin My Life delivers plenty of raucous fun for your buck.


Formed: 1996 in Anchorage, AK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A raucous four-piece based in New Orleans, Supagroup specializes in anthemic rock & roll in the time-honored tradition of AC/DC. Led by Alaskan brothers Chris Lee (bass, vocals) and Benji Lee (guitar, vocals), the band first appeared in Anchorage, AK, as a stripped-down trio. Three years after issuing the self-released Planetrock in 1996, the band reemerged with a new lineup -- now consisting of the Lee brothers, Mark Brill (drums), and Leif Swift (bass) -- and a new hometown of New Orleans. The...
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