Motherf--kers Be Trippin'
Eddie Spaghetti, here to rock your asses steady," the Supersuckers
frontman proclaims on his band's latest. And how! Not one to make idle
threats, Spaghetti and his Supersuckers compadres certainly put a boot
in your behind with Trippin'. After pickin' and grinnin' on 2002's country-fied
Must've Been Live, the 'Suckers are plugged back in and celebrating
the evil powers of rock 'n' roll with gusto. Raw Motorhead-style metal
played with punk attitude by foul-mouthed rednecks is a raucous combination
by any stretch. And with nothing on the agenda but liquor, women, drugs
and killing (or, in the case of "Bubblegum and Beer," any
combination thereof), the Supersuckers aim to leave no one standing.
Our grade: A-