Destroyed (Sloppy Seconds album)

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Studio album by Sloppy Seconds
Released 1989
Recorded 1988 - 1989 at Diehl Production Studios in Carmel
Genre Punk rock
Label Toxic Shock
Producer Paul Mahern and Sloppy Seconds
Sloppy Seconds chronology
Knock Yer Block Off
Singles from Destroyed
  1. "Come Back, Traci"
    Released: 1989
  2. "I Don't Wanna Be a Homosexual"
    Released: 1990[1]

Destroyed is the first full-length studio album by punk band Sloppy Seconds. It was released in 1989 on Toxic Shock Records on LP and cassette in the US (with a CD release on Metal Blade Records), while it was released with a slightly different track list on Metal Blade Records in the UK on LP and CD. The album was reissued on Last Resort Records in 1995, Coldfront records on October 15, 2002, and Kid Tested Records in 2009 (to coincide with the album's 20th anniversary). The album cover is a parody of the Kiss album Destroyer from 1976.

Track listing[edit]

US Release[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Don't Wanna Be A Homosexual" Steve Baron, Steve Childers 5:04
2. "Come Back Traci"   2:03
3. "Take You Home"   1:23
4. "Black Roses"   2:22
5. "Runnin' From the CIA"   2:01
6. "The Horror of Party Beach"   2:08
7. "Black Mail"   2:49
8. "So Fucked Up"   2:33
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
9. "Germany"   2:19
10. "Janie Is A Nazi"   2:36
11. "I Want 'Em Dead"   3:32
12. "If I Had A Woman"   2:53
13. "Veronica"   2:42
14. "The Candy Man" Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley 1:34
15. "Steal Your Beer"   1:40
16. "Time Bomb"   1:42

Bonus tracks[edit]

UK Release[edit]

2002 Reissue[edit]


  • B.A. - yells, producer
  • Steve Sloppy - drums, producer
  • Bo'Ba Jam - bass, producer
  • Dr. Roadkill - guitar, producer
  • Paul Mahern - producer, engineer
  • Mike Kreffel - artwork, cover art, pre-press layout
  • Rob Perkins - background vocals, photography, road crew
  • Paul Bohall - background vocals, road crew, bus repair technician
  • Craig "R.V." Croomes - background vocals
  • Jeff Masengale - background vocals, photography
  • Scott Turns - background vocals, road crew
  • John Barron - road crew


  • On the cover, Steve Sloppy is wearing a Misfits shirt.
  • The song "I Don't Wanna Be a Homosexual" was the inspiration to the tongue-in-cheek song "I Wanna Be a Homosexual" by Screeching Weasel.


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