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The Makers - Psychopathia Sexualis (1998)

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Rock | Alternative | Punk | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Psychopathia Sexualis
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Estrus Records
Genre: Alternative / Indie Rock, Garage Punk
Quality: MP3 / 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 38:30
Total Size: 88 MB | 274 MB


01. Lover Lover
02. Sharp Leather Walkin' Shoes
03. (Are You on the Inside or the Outside of Your) Pants
04. Love That Is Strange
05. Turn Up the Century
06. Whiskey Dog Mind
07. Vic's Mood
08. Sicko Sexual
09. God in the Palm of My Hand
10. The Mystery
11. Hotel 17
12. Psychotropic Supergirl
13. Deliver Your Disease

All songs written by The Makers except "Vic's Mood" by Vic Mostly.


Michael Machine - vocals
Don Virgo - bass
Jay Amerika - drums
Jamie Jack Frost - guitar

Additional personnel:

Tim Maker - Hammond Organ on "Pants,""Psychotropic Supergirl," and "Whiskey Dog Mind" and Wurlitzer on "Love That is Strange"
D.K. Crider - second guitar on "Deliver Your Disease"
Jack Endino, Michele Laudig, Vic Mostly - extra vocals on "Deliver Your Disease"

With Hunger, the Makers began to move away from their garage punk roots toward a fuller, more sinister, and in some ways buoyant sound. With new looks and a potent new glam approach, Psychopathia Sexualis is the first of their "mature" efforts, and although it retains much of the crude aggression of Hunger, the songs are stronger and more spacious, and the playing more powerful, thanks to guitarist Jamie Frost, who rocks hard and nasty while simultaneously giving the band a much-needed versatility. Michael Shelley sounds more convincing than ever, whether singing a flaming rocker such as "Turn Up the Century" or the sensitive "Love That Is Strange," which features some nice guitar work by Frost. "Psychotropic Supergirl" and "Lover Lover" reveal the group's developing melodic sense, a skill they would master on Rock Star God.

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