More Trouble Than They're Worth

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More Trouble Than They're Worth
Studio album by Sloppy Seconds
Released 1998
Genre Punk rock
Label Nitro Records
Sloppy Seconds chronology
Live: No Time For Tuning
(1996)Live: No Time For Tuning1996
More Trouble Than They're Worth
Garbage Days Regurgitated EP
(2000)Garbage Days Regurgitated EP2000

More Trouble Than They're Worth is the fourth studio album by Sloppy Seconds. It was released in 1998, five years after Knock Yer Block Off.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Queen From Outer Space"
  2. "Ephedrine Machine"
  3. "Thing From Uranus"
  4. "Fifteen Minutes... Or It's Free"
  5. "Let's Kill The Trendy"
  6. "Gimme That Zero Bar"
  7. "You Got A Great Body, But Your Record Collection Sucks"
  8. "V.A.C.A.T.I.O.N. (In The Sun)"
  9. "Drop That Chick"
  10. "Why Don't Lesbians Love Me?"
  11. "Smashed Again"
  12. "The Last Drive-In In Town"
  13. "Just Because You're A Girl"
  14. "I Don't Wanna Be Your Boyfriend"
  15. "Forced To Suck"
  16. "Killing Myself"


  • B.A. - vocals, speech/speaker/speaking part, producer, mixing
  • Ace "Spice" Hardware - guitar, producer, mixing
  • Bo'Ba Jam - bass, producer, mixing
  • Steve Sloppy - drums, producer, mixing
  • Roger Seibel - mastering
  • Mike Kreffel - artwork
  • Marc D. Allan - background vocals
  • Scott Turns - background vocals
  • Jason McLean - background vocals
  • John Gentry - background vocals, photography
  • Dexter Holland - executive producer
  • Mark Hood - mixing
  • Mr. T - Intro speech on "Kill the Trendy"


  • Jason McLean, who did the background vocals on "Smashed Again" was the same background vocalist from the song "You Gotta Keep Em Separated" by The Offspring.
  • Mr. T lent his voice to an audio clip on this album. This was because band had met him in a comic book store years earlier, Mr. T having noticed B.A.'s name and gold chains.