1000 Homo DJs ‎– Supernaut

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TVT Records ‎– TVT 8133, Wax Trax! Records ‎– WAXCD 8133, TVT Records ‎– TVT 8133-2
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1 Supernaut
Bass, Guitar, Vocals – Buck SatanDrums – Wee Willie ReeferGuitar – Ike KrullWritten-By – William Ward*, Terance Butler*, John Osborne*, Frank Iommi*
6:42
2 Hey Asshole
Drums, Vocals [Vox] – Officer AgroPerformer – The Temple Of Drool ChoirVocals [Chick Vox] – Viva NovaVocals [Whiney Vox] – Count Ringworm
8:09
3 Apathy 4:36
4 Better Ways 5:23

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Recorded and mixed at The Palace of Reid (Chicago Trax Studios) Where it's not just a way of life but a toxic adventure & 60's style love-in.

Label name on spine:
Wax Trax Records Inc.

Printed in Canada on back cover and booklet. Made in USA on disc.

On this reissue, the TVT Records logo is displayed on the rear

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 1658-18133-2 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 016581813328
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 4R TVT 8133-2 SRC**01 M3S1
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): [unknown]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): [Speciality Records Company 'S' logo] 4R TVT 8133-2 SRC**01 M3S2
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2U2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): [Speciality Records Company 'S' logo] 4R TVT 8133-2 SRC**01 M1S1
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): [unknown]
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAXCD 8133 1000 Homo DJs Supernaut(CD, Comp) Wax Trax! Records WAXCD 8133 US 1990 Sell This Version
TVT 8133, TVT 8133-4 1000 Homo DJs Supernaut(Cass, Comp, RE, SR) Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records TVT 8133, TVT 8133-4 US 1994 Sell This Version
TDVN5M 1000 Homo DJs Supernaut(Cass, Comp) Devotion (2) TDVN5M UK 1992 Sell This Version
DVN 5 M 1000 Homo DJs Supernaut(12", Comp) Devotion (2) DVN 5 M UK 1992 Sell This Version
WAXCS 8133 1000 Homo DJs Supernaut(Cass, Comp, CrO) Wax Trax! Records WAXCS 8133 US 1990 Sell This Version

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December 13, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
.this thing has some big names on it - al jourgenson, trent reznor, jello biafra, bill rieflin, jeff newell....

however, it's really not that great. the first track is a sabbath cover; basically, it's reznor singing over ministry's rendition of the classic tune. it doesn't stray very far. you might as well listen to the real one....

the second track is an interesting satire, but it's musically.....well, it's nothing musically. it's just bill rieflin rocking out under some repetitive looped sampled guitars and basses. over top of this is a cop yelling at someone, and he's not being very nice. really, he's being an asshole. you're left with the impression "man, that cop sure was a redneck asshole". in this respect, it was certainly successful. however, it doesn't really lead to repeated listenings. this is perhaps better attributed to "lard" as biafra is all over it.

the last two tracks, however, are a lot better. my understanding is that they were the original intent behind "1000 homo djs". the sound draws on that mid 80's synth heavy ministry sound more so than on their later satires on metallica.....but it's a kind of halfway point. there are guitars, but they sound more....well, they sound grungey. keep in mind that this was from back in '88. one is left with the conclusion that jourgenson was listening to a lot of soundgarden at the time. we've even got a very kim thayil guitar solo in here...

lyrically, they're also interesting in their typically jourgensonian satirical apathy. he somehow manages to make us realize that political problems in the united states are it's own muzzled population's fault, yet simultaneously makes us question whether he's being serious or not. is the listener the 'enemy'? well, the christian right would say so, probably. however, the christian right is such a minority that we may actually question if it is our fault that they're in power. such subtle, vague rock star apathy is what jourgenson was so very good at around this time frame. he himself was a contradiction in that he was both the stereotype and the exact opposite of the stereotype. a very interesting persona....most people know the cheesy side through rob zombie's shameful plagiarism.

anyways, i don't know the availability of this thing but i think it's out of print. if you see it around, i'd say you should grab it for collection/completion purposes. however, don't spend too much time looking for it....it's not really worth the effort.