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Artist: Steel Panther

Title: All You Can Eat

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Open E Music

Catalog Number: OPENE001DEL

Personnel

Michael Starr lead vocals, backing vocals
Satchel lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Lexxi Foxxx bass, backing vocals
Stix Zadinia drums, percussion, piano, backing vocals

Deluxe Edition including a bonus DVD

DVD includes live footage from the Australian tour, videos and SPTV bonus material

Tracks

1.  Pussywhipped  4:37
2.  Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World  4:01
3.  Gloryhole  4:32
4.  Bukkake Tears  4:47
5.  Gangbang At The Old Folks Home  3:47
6.  Ten Strikes You're Out  3:24
7.  The Burden Of Being Wonderful  3:29
8.  Fucking My Heart In The Ass  4:14
9.  B.V.S.  3:57
10.  You're Beautiful When You Don't Talk  3:49
11.  If I Was The King  3:42
12.  She's On The Rag  3:50
  
Total Running Time:  48:09

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Axe Slinger Date: May 24, 2014 at 12:54
Unlike Balls Out, it took me a little more time to get into AYCE. It's a love / embarrassment arrangement for me with Steel Panther. They are a terrific band that are capable of great songs but I feel ashamed to listen to them at my age with young kids. That aside, they still record great songs for the guilty pleasure when in the mood. If you liked B.O., you'll probably like this too. 90/100

From: MetalllianStallion Date: August 30, 2014 at 17:35
There's a reason there's only one review for this STALE Panther release as their steel-shtick (porn patrol lyrics) are officially played-out by this 3rd album. Let's start with the artwork which to anyone who is a Christian (like myself) should find blasphemous (deeply offensive), with a mockery pose of Christ's last supper with the disciples. In their past releases there was maybe one song I could get into with catchy riffs/clever (porn-lite) lyrics like "Just like Tiger Woods" but this album is a Sodom & "glory hole" Gomorrah feast which I find severely lacking in the song writing department. Lyrics: "There's a hole in the wall where you put your cock & balls But you never really know who's sucking on the other side Is it a boy or a girl or a lady-man hermaphrodite". From the content of this song and other group sex (steel-sausage) love songs, my prediction for their 4th album is that the band will officially "COME OUT" with a Steel Sword Fight: Rob Halford "Corn Hole Nights".

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 30, 2014 at 22:09
I actually kinda dig this disc. I've warmed to these guys, after initially being turned off by the jokey novelty aspect. But the band write tunes as catchy as any upper-midlevel '80's band, and their lyrics often have a tongue-in-cheek, self-deprecating aspect beneath the filth. The guy in "B.V.S.," complaining about the old "hot dog down a hallway" feeling, doesn't seem to know that it's HIS problem for being underendowed. Stallion, I'm kinda surprised. In my book, there are really only four songs that are over-the-top pornographic (tracks 3, 4, 5 and 12). My favorites are "Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World," "Ten Strikes You're Out," "Fuckin' My Heart In The Ass" and "If I Was The King." To me, a band like Dirty Penny are more offensive, because their lyrics are totally without irony or humor, and insult the intelligence of the listener rather than his sexual hang-ups. I'd much rather hear music that makes me squirm than music that makes me feel stupid.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 30, 2014 at 23:01
Listening to "B.V.S." again. Okay, five over-the-top porno songs.

From: Doug Date: September 29, 2014 at 19:05
Man, I am really struggling with this album. These guys can rock and play with the best of them, even with the parody they achieve so well. But the vulgarity of it all is just so overwhelming that it is flat out distracting and hard to listen to. For every "The Burden of Being Wonderful" (FANTASTIC SONG) comes lousy songs like "BVS" and "F**king My Heart in the A**." Dropping an F-Bomb now and then is fine, but all the time really, and with so many misogynistic themes. Come on guys you can do better!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 29, 2014 at 22:24
Weirdly, you notice how they make a glaringly obvious point of avoiding profanity in the single "Party Like It's The End Of The World." Despite jokes about fucking farm animals and your stepsister, they say "frickin'" and "effin'"--and that's the album version, not a radio edit. That, to me, is dumb. Either say the word, or say something else entiirely. Peoplle who go around saying A-hole this, and effin' that, and none of yer G.D. business--I think even Blitz Ellsworth of all people says "GDMF" on the new Overkill album--JUST SAY THE WORD, or don't say it at all.


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