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Greatest Sonic Abomination Ever

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An album by Scrotum Grinder

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Continues a great tradition of 20th modern art. Honestly.

  • Jul 3, 2002
I have never heard of this record before, let alone listened heard it, and to be honest I never intend to. But it thrills and excites me that there are people - nay, artists - out there in the world who are able and prepared to think up album titles and band names such as this. The point is, you don't NEED to listen to a record called the Worst Sonic Abomination Ever - in fact if you DO, you have misunderstood it; if it lives up to its promise you'll, ipso facto, hate it; if it doesn't, then you'll be thoroughly disappointed, and still most likely won't be much good. Like Marcel Duchamp's classic piece of found art scuplture, "Fountain" (an upside down, signed public urinal), this item, a CD, was not intended to be played: The single piece of artistic genius is the its very existence, and that of a band named "Scrotum Grinder". These ladies and gentlemen deserve your dollars on account of the very idea of their product...

...and possibly the comfort brought by the fact that, wherever they do live, it isn't in your town.

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Greatest Sonic Abomination Ever
Label: Prank Records
Artist: Scrotum Grinder
Release Date: July 18, 2001

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