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Album Review

Pioughd/Widowermaker combines on one disc the Butthole Surfers' 1991 album Pioughd (pronounced P.O.ed) with their often-overlooked EP from two years prior, making it a worthwhile buy for longtime fans.

Customer Reviews

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Whoa has it all wrong. This album is dripping with Paul Leary's super saturated guitar sound and the ever present meanderings that Butthole Surfers has on all their albums. The Hurdy Gurdy Man cover is a true pyscadelic vision. If you love these guys, you'll love this one. Get yourself in the mindset, put on some good head phones and sit back and go for a ride.

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Whatever, this may not be the best album, but it's still the Buttholes! If you like them, then you will like this album.

A winning twofer!

At first listen this sounds like the BUttHoLes are sticking it to Rough Trade and schlepping out a halfbutted LP to fulfill their contract, and to some extent It may be true. There are, however, some great songs(revolutions, hurdy gurdy, golden showers, and blindman.) The Lonesome Bulldog Quadraform is pretty funny and by part four, a truly ButtHoLe-ian inspired pile of regurgitative goo. Combine this album with the truly inspired Widowermaker! EP and you just bought yourself a winning download.

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Formed: 1982 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Arguably the most infamously named band in the annals of popular music -- for years, radio found their moniker unspeakable, and the press deemed it unprintable -- Butthole Surfers long reigned among the most twisted and depraved acts ever to bubble up from the American underground. Masters of calculated outrage, the group fused the sicko antics of shock rock with a distinct and chaotic mishmash of avant-garde, hardcore, and Texas psychedelia; sleazy, confrontational, and spiteful, songs like "The...
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