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Originally released by Capitol Records in 1993 ‘Independent Worm Saloon’ was the Texan weirdo rock band Butthole Surfers major label debut. Cashing in on the surge in popularity of alternative rock during the nineties, the band splashed out on Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones to produce their album resulting in an uncompromising powerhouse of a record that embraces the bands hilarious and bizarre style.


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Independent Worm Saloon by Butthole Surfers
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8 people love this record. Be the 9th!

7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 8th July 2015

Typically bonkers stuff from The Butthole Surfers. Their 1993 album "Independent Worm Saloon" is a sprawling journey that takes in Ministry-esque industrial metal with "Who Was In My Room Last Night", genuinely brilliant folk-rock with "The Wooden Song", psychedelic indie with "Tongue", Tad-esque grunge with "Goofy's Concern" 1960s pop (The Butthole Surfers way) with "You Don't Know Me" and some off-the-wall oddness with "The Annoying Song". A strange album, great in places, not so great in others.


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