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Sucking the 70’s
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Compilation album by various
Released January 1, 2002
Genre Stoner metal
Length Disk 1: (1:18:05)
Disk 2: (1:17:54)
Label Small Stone Records
various chronology
Sucking the 70s
(2002)
Sucking the 70's – Back in the Saddle Again
(2006)Sucking the 70's – Back in the Saddle Again2006

Sucking the 70’s is a two disc collection of 1970s songs covered by modern stoner rock bands. It was put out by Small Stone Records in 2002. A second album, Sucking the 70's – Back in the Saddle Again, was released in 2006. The album title is a reference to the Rolling Stones compilation Sucking in the Seventies.

Track listing[edit]

Disc: 1 (1:18:05)[edit]

  1. "Never in My Life" – Five Horse Johnson 4:47 (originally performed by Mountain)
  2. "Black Betty" – Throttlerod 3:48 (first recorded commercially by Lead Belly, covered by Ram Jam)
  3. "On the Hunt" – Dixie Witch 6:05 (originally performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd)
  4. "Cross Eyed Mary" – Clutch 3:31 (originally performed by Jethro Tull)
  5. "T.V. Eye" – The Glasspack 4:47 (originally performed by The Stooges)
  6. "Free for All" – The Last Vegas 3:22 (originally performed by Ted Nugent)
  7. "Can't You See" – Halfway to Gone 4:53 (originally performed by The Marshall Tucker Band)
  8. "Working Man" – Suplecs 7:42 (originally performed by Rush)
  9. "Travelin' Band/Suzy Is a Headbanger" – Puny Human 4:19 (originally performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival/The Ramones)
  10. "We're an American Band" – Raging Slab 3:35 (originally performed by Grand Funk Railroad)
  11. "Brainstorm" – Los Natas 8:25 (originally performed by Hawkwind)
  12. "For Madmen Only" – The Heads 4:11 (originally performed by May Blitz)
  13. "Nasty Dogs & Funky Kings" – Lamont 2:33 (originally performed by ZZ Top)
  14. "Child of Babylon" – Backdraft 4:39 (originally performed by Whitesnake)
  15. "I Don't Have to Hide" – Black NASA 3:02 (originally performed by Bachman–Turner Overdrive)
  16. "Dog Eat Dog" – Warped 3:42 (originally performed by AC/DC)
  17. "Bron-Yr-Stomp" – Hangnail 4:35 (originally performed by Led Zeppelin)

Disc: 2 (1:17:54)[edit]

  1. "Vehicle" – Roadsaw 2:53 (originally performed by The Ides of March)
  2. "20th Century Boy" – Novadriver 3:53 (originally performed by T. Rex)
  3. "Hymn 43” – Alabama Thunderpussy 3:24 (originally performed by Jethro Tull)
  4. "Communication Breakdown" – Disengage 2:39 (originally performed by Led Zeppelin)
  5. "Out on the Weekend" – Porn (The Men Of) 7:47 (originally performed by Neil Young)
  6. "Rumblin' Man" – Milligram 3:47 (originally performed by Cactus)
  7. "Working for MCA" – Tummler 6:34 (originally performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd)
  8. "Doctor Doctor" – Fireball Ministry 4:33 (originally performed by UFO)
  9. "Wicked World" – Spirit Caravan 5:33 (originally performed by Black Sabbath)
  10. "Freelance Fiend" – Lowrider 3:11 (originally performed by Leaf Hound)
  11. "Walk Away" – The Mushroom River Band 3:24 (originally performed by James Gang)
  12. "Woman Tamer" – Broadsword 5:26 (originally performed by Sir Lord Baltimore)
  13. "Don't Blow Your Mind" – Doubleneck 2:54 (originally performed by Alice Cooper)
  14. "Black to Comm" – Lord Sterling 4:33 (originally performed by MC5)
  15. "Till the Next Goodbye" – The Brought Low 5:32 (originally performed by The Rolling Stones)
  16. "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" – Scott Reeder 3:29 (originally performed by Sugarloaf)
  17. "How Can You Win" – Tectonic Break 2:53 (originally performed by Parish Hall)
  18. "The Pusher" – Gideon Smith & the Dixie Damned 5:23 (originally performed by both Hoyt Axton and Steppenwolf)