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. (December 2009)
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.
- "Queen From Outer Space"
- "Ephedrine Machine"
- "Thing From Uranus"
- "Fifteen Minutes... Or It's Free"
- "Let's Kill The Trendy"
- "Gimme That Zero Bar"
- "You Got A Great Body, But Your Record Collection Sucks"
- "V.A.C.A.T.I.O.N. (In The Sun)"
- "Drop That Chick"
- "Why Don't Lesbians Love Me?"
- "Smashed Again"
- "The Last Drive-In In Town"
- "Just Because You're A Girl"
- "I Don't Wanna Be Your Boyfriend"
- "Forced To Suck"
- "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.