I Heard They Suck Live!! It was recorded January 8 and 9, in a Hollywood, CA club. The name or exact location of the club was not disclosed at the time for royalty reasons. According to their website, the album was recorded at the Roxy in Hollywood. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Suck on This is a live album by the band Primus , released in All of the songs would eventually be released as studio recordings: " Tommy the Cat " on Sailing the Seas of Cheese in , "Pressman" as "The Pressman" on Pork Soda in , "Jellikit" on the Airheads soundtrack in as "Bastardizing Jellikit", and "The Heckler" on Antipop in as a hidden track. All other tracks were included on the band's debut studio album Frizzle Fry in The original liner notes give "hugs and kisses" to a number of bands and local businesses, including Faith No More and Buck Naked and the Bare Bottom Boys , followed by "special hugs and kisses" to a number of individuals, including early Primus members Todd Huth , Jay Lane , Vince Parker and Tim Wright, and "Pops" Claypool's father "for kickin' down the corn".
Suck This is the second live album by the American punk rock band the Queers , released in by independent record label Clearview Records. It was recorded live in the studio at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina and released as a single-sided picture disc , and reissued on compact disc in Reviewing the album for AllMusic , critic Mike DaRonco rated it 4 stars out of 5 and said that in comparison to the band's previous live album, Shout at the Queers , "the production is a lot tighter, the lineup features Danny Panic and Danny Vapid from Screeching Weasel fame and the songs blast from one track to the next without a breather excluding 'Beer Break', which only lasts for a few seconds anyway. This is the definitive Queers live album that does them justice.