Review Summary: Manliness incarnate.8 of 9 thought this review was well written
Imagine for a moment you are Rambo. Not just any Rambo, but a Rambo constructed entirely from iron. You are holding twin rocket launchers which fire biceps. You are fighting the entire Vietcong force all by yourself.
Then you realize you are just listening to Agent Orange.
This album was created by Sodom, a band known internationally for their manliness. Tom Angelripper, vocalist and bassist, is said to drink three liters of testosterone daily. When at a concert, fans often report a stench akin to artillery, but this is actually the smell of Tom sweating.
Before this album, Sodom released Persecution Mania, another fan favourite. However, Agent Orange is, in my incredibly important opinion, the ballsiest album they released. No other band captured masculinity so well.
The album opens with the nutcrushing title track, "Agent Orange". Then, after 6 minutes of pure adrenaline, we enter the next track tired and red (that's how you enter the track because your ears are bleeding from Agent Orance; the track is, coincidentially, called Tired and Red). This is another manly song about manly warfare. Sodom, however, takes a break from war to sing about family members having sex for 4 and a half minutes. Not so manly, but still, it goes straight back into manliness afterwards. The rest of the album is equally as manly as the first two songs.
All in all, this is a ballchilling album with testosterone levels equivalent to 300,000 penises and, if the album is listened to in its entirety, your genitals grow. Also, the album cures cancer and stops famines.
Listen to this album NOW.