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Revolting Cocks (RevCo) [reviews]
Linger Ficken' Good |Sire/Reprise Records/Warner Bros, 1993|

Gila Copter, Creep, Mr. Lucky, Crackin' Up, Sergio, Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?, The Rockabye, Butcher Flower's Woman, Dirt, Linger Ficken' Good


Personally I find this record the best album of RevCo. There are monotone and trance vibes with the right arrangements which make the songs interesting. My favourite song is Crackin' Up, a mixture of older industrial rock (WaxTrax! style) with cold wave guitars. The other one is called The Rockabye – trance and monumental which gives the idea of working with an assembly line in a factory ;) There are the two weird songs, but knowing there is Al Jourgensen in the band, we shouldn't be surprised by such issues. The first surprise is a cover version of well known "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" by Rod Steward, and the second it's a bit vaudeville style Linger Ficken' Good song based on a bass line with absurd lyrics ;)

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