The Meatmen – Blud Sausage Ep

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Punk pranksters the Meatmen had one of the nastiest, most offensive senses of humor in all of hardcore — and that’s saying something. Politically incorrect before the term existed, frontman Tesco Vee — the one constant in the band’s lineup — kept things as gleefully stupid and tasteless as possible, cracking graphic jokes about various bodily functions while baiting women, minorities, homosexuals, rival punk bands, and handicapped children. The Meatmen’s music was generally standard-issue hardcore punk, with nods to heavy metal in their latter years; much more important, however, was their sheer outrageousness, which was the real basis for their following.

 
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