The reason this is not up for debate is not because I'm drunk right now....I feel like I have stats and facts to back me up.
not only did the ROCK actually have the ROLL in it but the various Rock & Roll influences blended into a cohesive album (classic/glam/punk/two-tone/etc)
It saddens me to know that I could turn on this mic and shit on it at this very moment and still get more listens than the songs on this album have after being on youtube for a few years.
The album was literally dead on arrival.
Universal killed all marketing before the fucking album was released...this might just be a bump in the road for most bands but when you consider the fact that this band alienated 99% of their fan base to speak their truth it is obvious why this album was not only dead on arrival, but had zero chance of cult success.
So yeah...there was no chance anyone was going to listen to this shit no matter what anyone's taste in music was..unless you have drunkards like me telling you why you should listen to it.
It was political without being preachy. (the video takes place at a National Convention with no indicator of who you should be voting for)
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The best Anti-War song of the time (God bless the Dixie Chicks)
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I like Conspiracy Theories....and when songs about them make you want to dance....I'm sold.
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