Stuck Backwards | Fear of a Prison Planet

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Fear of a Prison Planet

by Stuck Backwards

The long awaited 2nd album from Stuck Backwards is a unique, conspiracy laden, genre-bending mix of punk/metal/thrash which sounds similar to the cries of a forbidden love child spawned from a sperm-donor milkshake of GWAR, Bad Brains & Dead Kennedys
Genre: Metal/Punk: Punk Metal
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1. Slice of America
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2. The Call
3:45 $0.99
3. Pound for Pound
3:24 $0.99
4. Crouching Liar, Hidden Back Stabber
2:20 $0.99
5. Prison Planet
3:36 $0.99
6. American Dream
2:30 $0.99
7. Victim
4:25 $0.99
8. Where Do I Sign?
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9. Collision
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Album Notes
Stuck Backwards, the noted pioneers of "Urinal Cake Rock" since 1998, claim to come from a small trailer park in Virginia. You see the band was conceived by four young men with tiny brains and a powerful misconception that they would someday be something more than poor white trash! In an attempt at polluting mainstream music, they bring tears your ears with a genre bending mix of elements drawn from their love of punk, metal and hardcore styles. The Stuck Backwards sound, closely resembling that of a toad ("Bufo americanus") being blown apart by an M-80, can be broken down like this: 1. Strong energetic metal riffs, like a diesel engine revving up as it propels a semi truck through an elementary school. 2. Punk influenced drum beats, not unlike the sound of a mental patient as he pounds his head against his cell door. 3. A bass guitar sound so thick, it could choke Linda Lovelace. 4. Blistering vocals that have left many listeners with unexplainable rashes and severe bladder infections.



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