E.M.F. (album)

E.M.F. (Album)

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Eat My Fuc is the second full-length studio album by controversial American punk rock musician GG Allin, released in 1986 on Black & Blue Records. This album, played with the backing band The Scumfucs, marks the era where his singing voice had not yet began to deteriorate from a high-pitched sneer into a husky growl, yet his lyrics began to include extreme sociopathic themes and shock value. Around this time and soon after, as well, the depravity of Allin's increased heroin addiction had grown and he was regularly in and out of prison.

Recorded at an unknown and rather primitive-sounding New England recording studio, the thirteen studio tracks on the album range from the sophomoric egotism of "Hard Candy Cock" and "Cock on the Loose" to the misanthropic "I Wanna Rape You" and "I Wanna Fuck Your Brains Out." One track, "Fuckin' the Dog", is the original version of the song "Livin' Like an Animal" that appeared on the "Live Fast Die Fast" EP and the CD "Banned In Boston".

The original pressing of E.M.F., self-released by Allin on the Blood label and using the unabbreviated title, had the record in a plain paper sleeve with similar black & white xeroxed cover art glued to it, the front of which had what GG claimed was an individually self-traced outline of Allin's erect penis on the cover. Allin claimed in a video interview around this time (for his first...
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