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Expose Yourself: The Singles Collection 1977-1991

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Love Tunnel
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Devil's Triangle
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1980's Rock & Roll (Original Version)
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Cheri Love Affair (Original Version)
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Galileo
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Jesus Over New York
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Expose Yourself To Kids
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Gypsy Motherfucker
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Hangin' Out With Jim
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Diarrhea Blues
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Drink, Fight, + Fuck
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Cock On The Loose
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Out For Blood
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When I Die
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Liquor Slicked Highway
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Sitting In This Room
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Watch Me Kill
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Castration Crucifixion
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Snakeman's Dance
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Slaugherhouse Death Camp
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Feces + Blood - Bacteria Of The Soul
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Master Daddy
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 64:05

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If you had an immense amount of courage (as well as a strong stomach), then you may have been ‘lucky’ to have experienced G.G. Allin the way he was meant to be — on-stage. In the studio, G.G.’s recordings more times than not did not match the fire of his live performance (and after watching some of his brutal shows on video, how could they?), as they were issued on a variety of little-known indie labels, and of varying quality. One of the first compilations to truly pull tracks from throughout G.G.’s controversial career is 2004′s Expose Yourself: The Singles Collection 1977-1991. A few selections have been impossible to find for years, such as the early G.G. single “Love Tunnel” b/w “Devil’s Triangle,” which makes its first appearance in years here. Elsewhere, you’ll find tracks that have appeared elsewhere — “Snakeman’s Dance,” “When I Die,” “Gypsy Motherfucker,” etc. — but are among G.G.’s best (which can’t be said about the badly dated “1980s Rock and Roll”). Since it touches upon most of his different eras, Expose Yourself: The Singles Collection 1977-1991 is easily one of the better G.G. comps to appear. – Greg Prato

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