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All Music Guide - Ned Raggett
If back in the late '80s one had learned that Al Jourgensen would one day be describing the Revolting Cocks with un-ironic reference to Menudo vis-à-vis his recruiting of newer members to carry on his overall approach, one would be forgiven for boggling a bit, though his penchant for working with a wide variety of people had already been established. Settling onto a full new main lineup on this second album since he reactivated the name, Jourgensen has worked his best to find people specializing in industrial rock, a farrago of dance beats, guitars, and sleaze. The recurring glam drum stomps now seem like RevCo are trying to claim Marilyn Manson's sound as much as Gary ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Ned Raggett
If back in the late '80s one had learned that Al Jourgensen would one day be describing the Revolting Cocks with un-ironic reference to Menudo vis-à-vis his recruiting of newer members to carry on his overall approach, one would be forgiven for boggling a bit, though his penchant for working with a wide variety of people had already been established. Settling onto a full new main lineup on this second album since he reactivated the name, Jourgensen has worked his best to find people specializing in industrial rock, a farrago of dance beats, guitars, and sleaze. The recurring glam drum stomps now seem like RevCo are trying to claim Marilyn Manson's sound as much as Gary Glitter's. Lead singer Josh Bradford delivers various pronouncements in the expected distorted shriek-snarl.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/3/2009
  • Label: 13th Planet Records
  • UPC: 020286124122
  • Catalog Number: 11
  • Sales rank: 142,374

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Hookerbot 3000 (3:30)
  2. 2 Keys to the City (3:38)
  3. 3 Red Parrot (4:32)
  4. 4 Robo Bandidos (4:14)
  5. 5 Cousins (4:16)
  6. 6 Touch Screen (4:01)
  7. 7 I'm Not Gay (6:15)
  8. 8 Abundant Redundancy (4:28)
  9. 9 Lude Ferigno (4:05)
  10. 10 Wizard of Sextown (7:20)
  11. 11 Hookerbot 3000 (4:26)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Revolting Cocks Primary Artist
Luc Van Acker Group Member
Isaias Martinez Spanish Vocals
Josh Bradford Vocals, Background Vocals, Group Member
Clayton Worbeck Bass, Keyboards, Group Member
Technical Credits
Revolting Cocks Composer
Al Jourgensen Audio Production
Steffan Chirazi Liner Notes
Michael Morris Representation
Josh Bradford Composer
Clayton Worbeck Composer, Programming
Lawton Outlaw Art Direction
Sin Quirin Composer
Worbeck Composer
Bradford Composer
Jorgensen Composer
Raven Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The first three REVCO albums are great, but now...

    The Revolting Cocks are dead - at least to me. The last record blew and this one blows as well! REVCO isn't interesting or exciting anymore. This incarnation is boring and bland: no Paul Barker, Luc Van Acker, Richard 23, Bill Rieflin, or Chris Connelly these days - just some Marilyn Manson wannabe's wanking around the studio. I understand that people come and go and that things change, but the REVCO moniker should be laid to rest so as not to soil the name of a once good band.

    If you, like me, love REVCO's first album 'Big Sexy Land', I suggest that you try and find Paul Barker's solo project LEAD INTO GOLD. The album is called 'Age of Reason' and it is very good - and sadly long out-of-print.

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