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Catalog Number: 961124-2
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|1. ||Nonstop To Nowhere |
|2. ||The Body Thief |
|3. ||Jack The Bastard |
|4. ||Big Dictionary |
|5. ||Madam Ruby's Love Boutique |
|6. ||Only Way Out |
|7. ||Maid In Wonderland |
|8. ||Friends |
|9. ||Cat Bash |
|10. ||Loose Booty |
|11. ||Mr.Lovedog |
|12. ||Out With A Bang |
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||Date: December 13, 2001 at 6:23|
|brilliant band finished with this brilliant album. totally underated and deserving of a lot more. this is one of the best rock n roll glam sleeze ablums you can buy. songs like Friends and jack the bastard just leave you wanting more.
||Date: April 9, 2002 at 4:09|
|"Nonstop To Nowhere". That is the best song on the album and there is no two ways about it. The rest is too experimental for me. I understand why this record never made it as big as 'Wake Me When It's Over' or their self-titled debut, but it's an alright cd anyway. A pretty average disc if not for "Nonstop To Nowhere"; that is a great song. I rate this record with a 7.0/10
||Date: June 19, 2002 at 13:48|
|My favorite Pussycat cd by far as I just think it has the best songs. Sometimes I think fans of this stuff unfortunately REFUSED to grow with the bands of this ilk. This album has the catchy riffs and sing-along choruses but naturally expanded musically and left many fans going "Wha???". I think now ecspecially for these bands it's rough because you have the LOUD minority who are unhappy without "Unskinny Bop" written 10 times over for every album. Off my soapbox though, this is an awesome cd
||Date: June 27, 2002 at 5:21|
|I forced myself to listen to maybe 5 or 6 songs all the way through on this cd, & let me just say that I don't know if I will be doing it anytime soon again. So many of the songs are so freakin annoying that I wanted to tear my headset off and throw my player through the window!! This isn't what I would call "progression" necessarily but it sure as hell IS annoying! Still, the first track kind of makes up for the money spent on 'Whipped' as I believe it to be 1 of the best songs I've ever heard.
||Date: July 9, 2002 at 21:33|
|I Love "Jack the Bastard" and "Nonstop to Nowhere" the other songs are ok. but these 2 are my personal favorites.
||Date: August 1, 2002 at 23:08|
|I can't believe it...what a great CD and I got it for almost nothing!! "Body Thief" is so catchy, "Big Dictionary" is both brilliant and rocks out. LOVE IT! Great, great, underated band, keeping pure rock alive. Don't miss this one!!!!!!!!
||Date: August 27, 2002 at 16:34|
|Got mine for basically seventy-five cents; this cd is no gem, believe. One or two good songs and the rest SUUUUUUUUUCK!! But I'm happy with it.
||Date: August 28, 2002 at 2:56|
|i wish i could be more enthousiastic about this album "cos i always was into faster pussycat...this album didn"t do it for me...pity though;. firstname.lastname@example.org the opening song 'non stop to nowhere' has the coolest lyric content reflecting my life in a way....cheerz
||Date: September 5, 2002 at 8:48|
|In the hair rock era, the Pussycat was one of my most favourites. When compared with the former albums of the band, at the beginning it may confuse you a little bit. Because it sounds somewhat different. However, a really interesting and qualified record. Take attention to "Nonstop To Nowhere", "Body Thief", "Big Dictionary", "Madam Ruby's Love Butique", and the joyful "Loose Booty". The rest are also brilliant staffs.
||Date: September 20, 2002 at 9:09|
|Allright people, Faster Pussycat was a different band in 1992. If you want listen the same old "ehi, baby I'm your man" cd, this is not for you but "Whipped" is not a boring album. It's just different; it's more dark, funky, but it's still rock and roll.... Totally agree with Tony
|From: Frank Venom
||Date: February 22, 2003 at 2:17|
|Gran disco de los Pussycat,pero ya poco tine de Glam Metal en especial ¨Cat Bash¨ q´ se parece a NIN. Lo mejor del disco:¨Nonstop to nowhere¨,¨Jack the bastard¨,¨Loose booty¨ y ¨Out whit a bang¨ 7 de 10
||Date: June 20, 2003 at 21:01|
|With "Whipped", FASTER PUSSYCAT definitely tried to grow as a band. Lyrically, this is brilliant stuff. Musically, however, it's not everyone's cup of tea. They tried to incorporate some "funk-metal" elements on this, alongside the usual "sleaze glam" they're known for. "Nonstop to Nowhere" is their all-time greatest song, so thie disc is worth getting for that alone. However, there's much more to this album than that. "Friends" is a fine ballad, showing a softer side of the band. "Jack the Bast
||Date: June 20, 2003 at 21:07|
|cont... They used the "kitchen sink" approach to this album, experimenting with a variey of musical genres. It won't satisfy the typical "Hair metal" fan, but "Whipped" was a brave step foward for the band. The music scene was changing at the time, and Faster Pussycat showed they weren't afraid to grow while not alienating their core audience. It would have been interesting to see what the band would do after this album.
||Date: August 7, 2003 at 15:07|
|My least favorite FP record. It's still better than most of the other stuff. Big Dic-tionary is hilarious.
||Date: December 23, 2003 at 5:57|
|The Best Fasterpussycat ablum, 'Friends' is a particular favourite. This ablum disappeared under grunge but the pussys were at their best and its an excellent glam , slease, rock n roll album, it should of pushed the cats into orbit, tragic it didn't do better.
||Date: December 25, 2003 at 23:56|
|Are you kidding me, "The Best Faster Pussycat Album"...not even close, this sucked ass, the first one was there best, follwed by the second one, there is a reason why it's called "Whipped"!!
||Date: December 26, 2003 at 12:27|
|"Nonstop to Nowhere" is an awesome tune but the rest of this had no staying power. "Big Dictionary" was hilarious and "Friends" is cool but compared to the other two albums it don't compare.
||Date: January 8, 2004 at 11:27|
|Easily my fave FP album,with Nonstop to nowhere being my fave FP song ever! Its a shame to see the mess the band are now. I saw them live last year (or the year before,cant quite remember) & they were fucking terrible,Taime was a drug addled idiot on stage!
||Date: January 8, 2004 at 14:39|
|Hey CC, where did you see them? They were fine both times I saw them in Chicago. With the exception of that horrible industrial song they opened with.
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: January 8, 2004 at 15:59|
|Saw them opening for Kiss on their tour for this album (1992) and they were pretty damned awful. I was bummed 'cuz I always liked their first album and was excited to see them... let's just say their performance that night didn't exactly fill me with a burning desire to buy this CD.
||Date: January 22, 2004 at 12:05|
|Hey, I got to chill with these gypsy rockers on their tour bus when they were playin' with Pretty Boy Floyd, and Enuff Z' Nuff. Not only are they cool, but they have their own original glam/punk style. Nonstop to Nowhere may take 3 or 4 test runs before it finds it's way to your case-logic, but for the true fans who respect what they have done with this album it is a jem.
||Date: June 19, 2004 at 22:16|
|I loved Faster Pussycat, but they blew it with this cd. There are only like 3 songs worth listening to on the cd. Great band, bad album.
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: June 26, 2004 at 12:55|
|Dokken6008 expresses my thoughts exactly. The opening track is easily the best song and the rest contains a lot of new styles, some that work and some that don't. 6/10
||Date: August 27, 2004 at 15:50|
|Great disc. Surprisingly solid as I always thought Wake Me When It's Over was pretty hit miss and that was the big one. Kinda like L.A. Guns "Hollywood Vampires" album as FP goes with a more classic rock sound.
||Date: October 1, 2004 at 22:37|
|This album was so underrated...it's awesome. If it was repackaged for today's market it may have a chance. Thoughts anyone?
|From: Kryiis Karl
||Date: November 6, 2004 at 5:23|
|I sometimes have the impression to read reviews from a sect on this site. In that case the Glam rock sect... Every band that began with a release very marked by a specific job seems to have no other choice than going on endlessly in the same routine. I like glam rock but I think that every band playing that music comes to have nothing more to exploite and deliver by sticking to the style after 2 releases. So it was time for FP to try and evolve (change a bit). Think they succeeded here.
||Date: February 17, 2005 at 3:37|
|For me this is easily the best Faster Pussycat CD, and a great disc at that!!! 'Nonstop To Nowhere' is a great commercial opener, very melodic actually, 'Jack The Bastard' is hilarious, and an awesome hard rocker, 'Big Dictionary' is delightfully humerous and awesome too, 'Madam Ruby's Love Boutique' is just great hard rock, as is 'Only Way Out', 'Loose Booty' is again hilarious, and the album closer 'Out With A Bang' is another killer hard rock track. I really love this disc. Recommended!
||Date: February 17, 2005 at 7:30|
|one of the best in its genre...listen to "jack the bastard" and learn!
||Date: September 13, 2005 at 0:45|
|I'm on the fence for this record. I like half the songs and the other half I just wait thru or skip. I still think these guys were brilliant and this record was a bit funky and even a bit fluky for them. I think it may have hurt them. I good straight ahead rock album is what they might have needed at this point. Things were changing real quick for everyone by the time this was released. If you like the group, then this record is still good. I would not get this if you aren't familiar with them.
|From: Priest On E
||Date: April 4, 2006 at 18:42|
|Why are people so sceptical of this album? Fucking great record in my opinion. Songs like 'Body Theif' and 'jack The Bastard' rule. It had a funky chili-esque type of edge, which wasnt bad because ultimatley its still faster pussycat. It goes for so cheap on ebay you should just pick up a copy. Great direstion for an 80s band in the 90s.
||Date: April 5, 2006 at 13:31|
|Yeah everybody should get this disc for the songs you mentioned and also for "Nonstop" which is in the top 10 Faster Pussycat songs of all time, such a great melancholic power ballady rocker. "Maid" is also a great track with "friends" and "Big Dictionary" is just brilliant - so catchy and ridiculous you can't help but love it.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: February 16, 2007 at 12:23|
|Gran producción, de lujo diría para este estilo, estupendo comienzo con "Non Stop to Nowhere" por aquí sonaba a cada rato, la mejor del disco sin dudas. "Only Way Out" "Maid in Wonderland" son tambien excelentes. La acústica "Friends" está muy buena. De ahí para mí todo correcto o regular como para fans del Sleaze mas puro aunque por ahí sus cosas extrañas como esa instrumental. Buenos solos, cachondos. Disco nada despreciable. Repito Gran producción. 7.8/10
|From: Rambo Rockerman
||Date: January 20, 2008 at 12:16|
|Their last good one.
||Date: January 25, 2009 at 3:05|
|Not good compared to their previous releases but brillant compared to the following records.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: January 27, 2010 at 1:06|
|3rd step for the pussycat and this was a unique one.many different songs ,from bluesy,funky ,sleazy,slowly whatever you like.excellent songwriting indeed,nice production by john jansen and the result is very strong.all the songs areremarkable and my favs are of course "jack the bastard","madam ruby s love boutique","big dictionary" and the "out with a bang".important release
||Date: January 22, 2011 at 16:51|
|some great songs here: nonstop to nowhere, mr.lovedog and friends and too much filler. mostly because of the strange and weird sounding rhythm and melodies.also too heavy for that kin of band in some songs. very close to alternative rock of the early 90s.
||Date: December 29, 2011 at 10:34|
|I remember going into the shop,saw the cd,picked it, listened to the first song "Nonstop to nowhere" and I bought it. Maybe if I would have listened to the rest of the songs I would have left it in the shop. I simply can't get into the songs, I'm not saying that it's bad but for me it's too experimental.
||Date: December 17, 2016 at 19:31|
|The band continued to drift away from the excellent sleazy blues rock of the first album even more than they did in the second album. Nonstop to Nowhere is another opener like the one from Wake Me When It's Over that lasts just too long - it is tolerable though. Big Dictionary is horrendous for so many reasons: the lyrics (dreadful obviously), the title, and of course the music. Other notable lowlights are Madam Ruby's Love Boutique (a tuneless wonder, that is again lyrically terrible); Cat Bash (what was this supposed to be); and finally Loose Booty (which has rap elements). The only two songs I can stand on this are Only Way Out (decent riff and solo) and Friends (not bad acoustic-ish semi-ballad. Faster Pussycat are a band that became more terrible with each new release, and yes, I include the later releases in that too. Disappointed.
||Date: November 1, 2020 at 12:06|
|after the lack of creativity and own ideas, but still the good first album, the boys became better and more independent. the second album already set new standards in terms of creativity and variety. and with whipped they go one better, this is how sleaze rock should sound, songs like bathroom wall could be heard on every sleaze rock record at this time, unfortunately the deserved success failed to materialize and then things went downhill
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