Mindless Self Indulgence ‎– Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangely Sexy

Elektra ‎– 62394-2
CD, Album

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1 Backmask (Warning) 3:01
2 Bitches
Written-By – Steve Severin*
3 Boomin' 1:21
4 Clarissa 1:55
5 Cocaine And Toupees 1:50
6 Dicks Are For My Friends 1:13
7 F 0:11
8 Faggot
Recorded By [Noise Guitar] – Flam*
9 Futures 1:24
10 Golden I 2:05
11 Harry Truman 1:37
12 Holy Shit 1:43
13 I Hate Jimmy Page 3:34
14 I'm Your Problem Now 1:54
15 J 0:22
16 Keepin' Up With The Kids 1:43
17 Kick The Bucket 1:43
18 Kill The Rock 2:02
19 Last Time I Tried To Rock Your World 1:45
20 London Bridge 1:49
21 M 0:12
22 Masturbates 2:47
23 Planet Of The Apes 2:17
24 Played 2:04
25 Ready For Love 2:07
26 Royally Fucked 1:50
27 Seven-Eleven 1:31
28 Step Up Ghetto Blaster 2:21
29 Whipstickagostop
Vocals – Righ?*Vocals [Additional] – Urine*, Scud (4)
30 Z
Written-By – Righ?*

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Mixed at Sunset Sound L.A., Axis N.Y.C. and Quad Studios N.Y.C.
Recorded at The Theater Studio N.Y.C and The Theater Studio N.Y.C.
Mastered at The Lodge N.Y.C.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7559-62394-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT X9777 2 62394 ECD02 M2S2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L902
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U4K


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December 15, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
My microsoft groove account had the tracks listed as the lp version last time I played it. I got really excited only to be saddened when I checked this release page.


December 1, 2008
First, let's take a look at the box. The back, which should display the track titles, instead displays their opinion towards censorship. The liner images are a real treat, especially Jamie Hewlett's contributions. Even the credits display MSI in all of its former glory. But now, let's just take the CD, and put it in the player...
Now this is what I wish they kept doing. Jimmy Urine, the human pitch bend. Kitty, drumming at a sped rivaling only that guy from Slipknot. Steve, Righ?'s noisy guitar and bizarre surrealism, and Vanessa YT, whose departure would eventually mark the band's downfall. And of course, there's their bold attempt to offend as many people as possible. First off, there's the opening monologue and interludes. These provide you with an insight as to the band as it was. Then there's the tunes. Favorites include the marching tune that is "Backmask," the unabashedly New York sound of "Bitches" the straightforward "Dicks Are For My Friends," the pulse-pounding "I Hate Jimmy Page," the boldly offensive, Akira-worthy "I'm Your Problem Now," the incredibly cartoonish "Last Time I Tried To Rock Your World," the incredible "Planet Of The Apes" and the incredibly strange "Whipstickagostop." All in all, this one rocks, and it's a crying shame Tight costs $150, 'cause I wanna copy of that one, too.