Whipped!

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Whipped!
Studio album by Faster Pussycat
Released August 4, 1992
Genre Hard rock, alternative rock
Label Elektra
Producer John Jansen
Faster Pussycat chronology
Wake Me When It's Over
(1989)
Whipped!
(1992)
Between the Valley of the Ultra Pussy
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Whipped! is Faster Pussycat's third album.

"Nonstop to Nowhere", for which there is a video, was released as a single and reached #35 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock track chart.

The track "Mr. Lovedog" was a tribute to the Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood, who had died in 1990.[citation needed]

The tracks "Too Tight" and "Charge Me Up" were recorded during these sessions, but did not make it onto the final album. They were released on the Belted, Buckled and Booted EP.

There are two different versions of the Whipped! album cover; one features a zoomed out shot of the band running away from a giant dominatrix, whereas the other version is a zoomed in version of the same picture, so it simply looks like the band members are running across a beach.

The record was not released on vinyl in the United States, but was in a number of Asian countries, including Korea.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Nonstop to Nowhere"
  2. "The Body Thief"
  3. "Jack the Bastard"
  4. "Big Dictionary"
  5. "Madam Ruby's Love Boutique"
  6. "Only Way Out"
  7. "Maid in Wonderland"
  8. "Friends"
  9. "Cat Bash"
  10. "Loose Booty"
  11. "Mr. Lovedog"
  12. "Out with a Bang"

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

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