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Puke Spit and Guts

The one thing that the punk and biker subcultures of the 1970’s shared was a mutual penchant for nihilism. Remember…the bikers at Altamont were just as responsible for ending the 1960’s dream as The Stooges.

So your average biker rock band dug punk from a totally misanthropic perspective. There were no political opuses from biker-punk bands. There were no positive vibes to be had. They wouldn’t have called your idealistic yearnings and your heart on your sleeve melodrama “emo”. They would just call you a pussy. You woulda been their “punk” in the classical sense. ...read more

The one thing that the punk and biker subcultures of the 1970’s shared was a mutual penchant for nihilism. Remember…the bikers at Altamont were just as responsible for ending the 1960’s dream as The Stooges.

So your average biker rock band dug punk from a totally misanthropic perspective. There were no political opuses from biker-punk bands. There were no positive vibes to be had. They wouldn’t have called your idealistic yearnings and your heart on your sleeve melodrama “emo”. They would just call you a pussy. You woulda been their “punk” in the classical sense.

Instead…biker punk songs were about rape, incest, murder and torture with a double-dose of misogyny thrown in. All set, of course, to 3 chord sub-standard riffage with just a hint of chooglin’ boogie woogie grease.

The pinnacle of the biker punk subgenre was the 1980 classic Eat Hot Lead by Puke Spit and Guts. Look at these fuckers! Dr Worm’s holding a sawed off shotgun and a bottle of bum liquor. Marie Manslaughter? Dick Head? Do I even need to comment on these two degenerates? And of course my favorite…Stuicide. What’s the deal with him? « hide

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Eat Hot Lead
1980

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