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January 14, 2014 at 6:00 AM

Supersuckers are back with a blast | New CDs

Supersuckers, ‘Get The Hell’ (Acetate) It may have been five years since the Supersuckers released a studio album, but the song remains the same — powerhouse, no holds barred, unadulterated rock ‘n’ roll. The 12 tracks on the band’s latest album (there’s also a 16-second opening “intro” of a wailing air siren to get you in the…

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June 18, 2013 at 11:32 AM

CD Review: Eddie Spaghetti serves up new album

Eddie Spaghetti “The Value of Nothing” (Bloodshot Records) Seattle’s Supersuckers have always evinced a rockabilly influence in their music, and you’ll find the same kind of swing on Eddie Spaghetti’s (the Supersuckers’ bassist and one of the band’s vocalists) solo albums as well. His latest, “The Value of Nothing,” rocks its way though its 10 tracks…

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