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  • I agree with the others that this is a funny CD. If you’ve never heard of them by now and don’t own the CD (and aren’t around 30), you might not understand the contents. This music came from an era that reminds most of us of our angry youth, the stuff that went on during our time, and (looking back on it now) how stupid we really were.

    Musically, it’s not bad at all. Lyrically, that’s something else. 10-second songs about someone’s fat girlfriend or looking like an elf, M.O.D. is a classic that so many overlook.

    Posted on January 4, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • well after the demise at the time of the band s.o.d billy milano took a year off and came out with his own version of the same band with out off course scott ian and chalie benante and dan lilker.but all the same its still one of the the funniest heavyest thashiest albums of 1988.with humor and b#lls to match its power.this album goes great in any collection to anyone who likes there music funny and powerfull.the subject these guys crop up are about some of the funnest thing imagineable like from for africa, to captin crunch,to freddy kruger ot harry chapin to the love boat.these guys just have as much fun as you can offending everyone of all sorts.which makes this a definate 5 star rating in my book.album for all ages only certain people may get certain jokes but some times its best to figure out who they are ragging on your own makes it more fun!!!

    Posted on January 3, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • When I first bought this album I had already been exposed to S.O.D. so I had an idea of the contents. Needless to say, I was not dissapointed. This album rocks with the best thrash/metal albums in existence. Billy Milano’s crude, rude and funny lyrics add re-playability just as much as the catchy guitar riffs do. If you are into Metal and or thrash and appreciate it with a good sense of humor look no further…

    Posted on January 3, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • M.O.D. is Billy Milano’s full time band. Billy of course being the ex-frontman for hardcore/metal side project S.O.D. S.o.d, were one of the most important crossover bands, in the mid 80’s along with D.R.I. So when s.o.d ended Billy put together m.o.d, and this is their classic debut album. It comes as no surprise than, that this album is similar to speak english and die. Billy’s on great form here, still managing to be as offensive as usual. But of course Billy was never about being politically correct. Check out the likes of A.I.D.S, or Aren’t You Hungry?. But as Billy explained in 87′ these are not his views, just the views of the Sargent D type character Corporal Punishment (the figure on the cover), who hates everyone. This band are hilarious, if you have got a sense of humour then check them out. You can hear the band’s influences throughout too. I can hear Agnostic Front, Slapshot, and D.R.I, when listening to this cd. If your into s.o.d, crumbsuckers, D.R.I, or any of those ‘crossover’ type bands you won’t be disappointed.

    Posted on January 3, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Anyone who can’t find the humor in this is just a major tight ass. This is one of my favorite cd’s. I can’t put it in my mp3 player when I go running, because even still, after all these years it makes me laugh. Not a good combo. But any other time, just the perfect cd to enjoy all that is Milano and Co. This cd kicks, a classic.

    Posted on January 3, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now