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Artist: Raging Slab

Title: Sing Monkey Sing

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: American

Catalog Number: 9 43079-2

Personnel

Greg Strzempka vocals, guitar
Elyse Steinman vocals, slide guitar
Alec Morton bass
Scott Nesmith drums

Tracks

1.  Should'A Known  
2.  Econoliner  
3.  Never Comin' Down  
4.  Nobodies  
5.  Lay Down  
6.  Gracious  
7.  C'mon 'N' On  
8.  She Like Ta  
9.  Better  
10.  Wrong  
11.  Gravity  
12.  Checkyrd Demon  
13.  The Skull's Ending in three movements: A. The Beginning / B. Slab Song Sermon / C. Skyfish  

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From: CurtisLoew Date: April 21, 2004 at 15:16
HORRIBLE. Avoid, unless you're a completist.

From: juan carlos Date: May 15, 2009 at 22:11
Decent and Average HardRock with a hard edged Southern Rock, maybe forgettable but horrible? if you are not into Southern Rock could think that, hey, there are many fillers indeed. "Econoliner" reminded me to Primus and Black Crowes. 6.8/10

From: Evil Rick Date: January 17, 2016 at 9:22
I bought this last summer but finally got around to listening to it yesterday. This album is horrible. What happened to the band? The songs sound like a mix of Primus and Weezer. Horrible garbage produced in part by Rick Rubin. As mentioned above avoid unless you are a completist

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 17, 2016 at 11:40
The story behind Sing Monkey Sing is that, over the past five years, the band had recorded three albums for American Recordings, all of which were rejected by Rick Rubin, who "didn't hear any songs." Yet even though they refused to release any of this material, they wouldn't let the band out of their contract. So Raging Slab recorded this album, with its sarcastic, bitter title, and made it intentionally bad by their own standards (and ours). To add insult to injury, due to internal corporate strife, the label wouldn't prommmote the record and continued to keep them in limbo for four more years, essentially keeping them from working until the legal mess finally got untagnled. The three unreleased albums are called Freeburden, From A Southern Space, and Black Belt In Boogie, and can be found online if you want to hear 'em. All much better than this.


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