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The Best of the Suicide Sessions / Anti-Social Personality Disorder - Live!

G.G. Allin

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Album Review

In 1998, Performance released Suicide Sessions/Anti-Social Personality Disorder: Live, which contained two complete albums — Suicide Sessions (1989, originally released on Awareness) and Anti-Social Personality Disorder: Live (originally released in 1993) — by one of the worst recording acts of all time, G.G. Allin, on one compact disc.

Customer Reviews

For diehard fans only....

The later GG stuff is nowhere near as good as his early stuff. Pick this one up only if you're a diehard fan.

Well, the recording is terrible, but....

This guy was a true rebel, if you think about it. I mean, with his lyrics, stage antics (throwing his own crap, cutting himself, etc.) he was a true outsider. The only person who could call himself a "punk" by definition.

Wow...

After sitting here and listening to it I can only think of one word that could even begin to describe it, that word would be "masterful". As I have always been told he was the master at living to be hated.

Biography

Born: August 29, 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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