Sacrilicious Whether pounding out an ode to Ozzy Osbourne, saluting "The 19th Most Powerful Woman in Rock," or sending up an Otis Redding classic, the Supersuckers'… Sacrilicious Whether pounding out an ode to Ozzy Osbourne, saluting "The 19th Most Powerful Woman in Rock," or sending up an Otis Redding classic, the Supersuckers'… 1995-08-08 Supersuckers Rock
Music Review

Sacrilicious (1995)

EW's GRADE
B+

Details Release Date: Aug 08, 1995; Lead Performance: Supersuckers; Genre: Rock

Whether pounding out an ode to Ozzy Osbourne, saluting ''The 19th Most Powerful Woman in Rock,'' or sending up an Otis Redding classic, the Supersuckers' collective tongue is always planted firmly in cheek. Sacrilicious is no different. Footloose, fast, and funny, these jokers are the spiritual progeny of old-school punk cutups like the Dickies, only light-years better. B+

Originally posted Aug 11, 1995 Published in issue #287 Aug 11, 1995 Order article reprints
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