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|Studio album by Blood Duster|
|Released||November 13, 2001|
|Recorded||Toyland Recording Studio |
|Label||Relapse Records, Dr Jims|
|Blood Duster chronology|
Cunt is the third full-length album by Australian grindcore band Blood Duster. Despite, or because of, its deliberately vulgar and anti-commercialist title, Cunt proved to be the band's most successful release to that point of their career, earning them high amounts of radio play, especially by Triple J, even though its title did make life difficult for the distributors and it didn't make it into many high street shops for the same reason.
The title was not the only point of controversy about this album. The original cover, an image of a decapitated Fred Durst, drawn by Wes Benscoter, was dismissed by their label, Relapse Records, for fear of getting sued. The Australian release was issued in a plain black cover with the word "cunt" centred and printed in a small font. The cover displayed on the right greatly resembles that of American band Ween's 1994 album Chocolate & Cheese.
Cunt was a slight return to a more death/grind style after their Southern rock-themed release Str8 Outta Northcote. The album also features a cover of the Impetigo song Dis-Organ-Ized, which originally featured on the tribute Wizards Of Gore, released on Razorback Records.
Because of the success of this album, Cole Clark Guitars decided to use Blood Duster to endorse their products, producing for them a guitar with the 'Cunt' logo across it. Guitarist Belthrower still uses this guitar.
- "We Are the Word Police" – 1:12
- "Big Fat Arse" – 1:28
- "Another Slack Arsed Aussie Band" – 1:20
- "Porn Store Stiffi" – 1:31
- "Pissing Content" – 1:00
- "I Just Finished Sucking Off Metalheads in the Men's Urinals" – 0:38
- "Hoochie Mumma" – 1:30
- "I Love It When Joe Pesci Swears" – 0:53
- "Stock Takin'" – 0:39
- "Lets All Fuck" – 0:17
- "A Track Suit Is Not Appropriate Metal Apparel" – 0:28
- "The Corpse Song" – 2:17
- "Fuck You Scene Boy" – 0:18
- "Is Killing Clones Illegal?" – 1:05
- "Don't Call Me Homeboy Ya' Cunt" – 1:12
- "Spefeven" – 0:49
- "The Object Is to Shift Some Units" – 0:58
- "Sweet Meat" – 5:10
- "Dis-Organ-Ized" (Impetigo cover) – 5:09
- Jason "PC" Fuller – bass, vocals
- Tony Forde – vocals
- Matt "Lowpantz" Collins – guitar
- Matt Rizzo – drums
|Australia||2001||Dr Jims Records||CD||DRJIM 27|
|Australia||2001-06-13||Drug Bust Records||Vinyl||12414|
|North America, Europe||2001-11-13||Relapse||CD||RR 6486-2|
|North America, Europe||2008-04-29||Relapse||CD||RR 7006-2|
- Salden, Ron (January 17, 2003). "We Have a lot of Girls Here Who Love to get Naked and Stuff.". Vampire Magazine. Retrieved 2008-04-01.
- "Cole Clark Guitars". Cole Clark Guitars. Retrieved 2012-02-11.