Picnic of Love

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Picnic of Love
Studio album by Anal Cunt
Released July 21, 1998 (1998-07-21)
Recorded December 1997 at Spindrift Studios.
Genre Folk, soft rock, comedy music
Length 31:39
Label Off the Records
Anal Cunt chronology
I Like It When You Die
(1997)I Like It When You Die1997
Picnic of Love
It Just Gets Worse
(1999)It Just Gets Worse1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Picnic of Love is the fifth album by Anal Cunt. It was released on July 21, 1998. The album was released as a joke and a parody of love songs, as well as of the band itself. The album is characterized by the opposite of everything that the band represents. While the normal Anal Cunt album consists of forty to fifty tracks (most which are under a minute in length), Picnic of Love contains only eleven comparably long tracks. The extreme metal distorted guitars, rapid-fire drumming and loud screaming of earlier Anal Cunt songs is replaced by soft acoustic guitar and vocalist Putnam singing in gentle falsetto.[2] The most apparent change is the lyrical content: all of the songs are about inoffensive, sweet subjects as opposed to the band's more typical deliberately offensive or provocative material.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Picnic of Love" 2:17
2. "I Respect Your Feelings as a Woman and a Human" 2:04
3. "I Wanna Grow Old with You" 2:51
4. "Saving Ourselves for Marriage" 3:07
5. "Greed Is Something We Don't Need" 3:13
6. "I'm Not That Kind of Boy" 2:38
7. "I Couldn't Afford to Buy You a Present (So I Wrote You This Song)" 3:27
8. "I'd Love to Have Your Daughter's Hand in Marriage" 1:51
9. "My Woman, My Lover, My Friend" 3:29
10. "Waterfall Wishes" 3:16
11. "In My Heart There's a Star Named After You" 3:27



  1. ^ "Picnic of Love review - Anal Cunt". Allmusic. Retrieved September 24, 2009. 
  2. ^ Bowker, Tom (May 30, 2002). "Beatzilla". Miami New Times. Village Voice Media. Retrieved June 26, 2009. 
  3. ^ Sprague, David (August 11, 1998). "Monk-ey Business". Rolling Stone. Jann Wenner. Retrieved June 26, 2009.