The Unholy Handjob
Black Vinyl LP - $12.00
Alleged super group features members and former members of Faith No More, Pansy Division, No Use For A Name, Spazz, Stikky, Bjorn Baby Bjorn, and an ex-A.T. Head Honcho sings his lungs out. San Francisco's most hated band during their brief but heinous existence. Would this album have been nearly as good if they'd taken the whole thing seriously?
"Wacky and politically incorrect is the latest release from Duh, a San Francisco-based outfit that features members of Faith No More and Plainfield. Songs like "Pocket Pool", "Swallow the Pill", and "Our Guitarist Is In Faith No More" are a great introduction to Duh's Metal/Punk hybrid, which thrives on some full-throttle, distorted basslines and rip-roaring power chords. Silly lyrics regarding sex, drugs, anything else the 700 Club condemns in general make this disc a joyful listen. I guess an Unholy Handjob is when your girlfriend lunges toward your penis with sandpaper. Ouch!"
- Under the Volcano
"Metal sludge music the way it was meant to be played. Heavy riffs that stumble from my speakers and through my house, fucking up everything in their path. Great tunes, and one of the most messed up versions of the Undertones "Teenage Kicks" ever recorded. Also features a live track at the end, where they prove just how punk they really are, with an impromptu medley of Nirvana/Little River Band/Green Day/Pat Benatar, all while trying to pick a fight with the audience by calling them pussies. Cool."
- Punk Planet
||"You Are The Sugar (I Want To Borrow)" (3:07)
||"Three's Company" (0:38)
||"Pocket Pool" (1:52)
||"Buns Of Marshmellow" (4:23)
||"Our Guitarist Is In Faith No More" (0:49)
||"Swallow The Pill" (2:45)
||"My Fraulein From The Black Forest" (3:15)
||"Full Of Shit" (2:54)
||"Teenage Kicks" (2:41)
||"Pricks Are Heavy (Live)" (8:00)
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