Monday, February 23, 2009

The Crucifucks

Excuse the extended absence. Between a snowboarding trip, a new 42" Sharp Aquos, & a new PS3, I've been kind of busy. Posts will resume as regular.

Fronted by the demented Doc Corbin, The Crucifucks formed around 1981 in Lansing, Michigan. Their first record was released in 1984 on Alternative Tentacle Records (Virus 38). They would go on to release Wisconsin in 1987. A bit of a different sound from their first, but still great. The 90's saw a new line up and a couple other releases. Enjoy!

The Crucifucks

Democracy Spawns Bad Taste
Go Bankrupt And Die
You Give Me The Creeps
Marching For Trash
Legal Genocide
I Am The Establishment
Cops For Fertilizer
Hinckley Had A Vision
By The Door
Oh Where, Oh Where?
I Was
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XlPharmacy said...

OK definitely this is one of the most strange names that I never heard in my life, I mean "the crucifucks"...yeah sure and the people who sing in this bad are totally normal.

4rx said...

This is where it becomes clear exactly how bad my musical tastes are. Throw me any classic - any classic at all - and I'll find something about it to complain about. Revolver? Fuckin' "Here There and Everywhere" sucks Bobby Cox. Dark Side Of The Moon? What's with that awful screaming broad on "The Great Gig In The Sky"? Who's Next? More like Who's Overrated!

Anonymous said...

Hey. I work for Alternative Tentacles. We're stoked that you like our bands, but the bands authorize us to distribute their music and are paid by us for it. It would be great if you could take down the download link and replace it with a link to our website so the band's fans can get it for themselves. If you would like a promotional song to put on this or future posts about Alternative Tentacles bands, please feel free to email and we'll hook you up!