(1996, Amphetamine Reptile)
Obnoxious punk, drunk punk, punkabilly rock and roll, whatever you want to call it, there’s no getting away from the fact that over the course of the 90’s, Turbonegro were one of the most exciting and entertaining bands in the world. This, their third album, is where they really found their feet sonically, without ever letting up on the idiocy of their entire essence.
READ: One of the most glowing reviews you’ll ever see over at Pitchfork
WATCH: The video for Denim Demon, prefaced with one of the funniest interviews you’ll ever see a band give without involving Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, or Harry Shearer being involved.