GG Allin gets most of the cred for being the most offensive punk-rocker of all time. But the scum-rock crown could probably now be claimed, at least lyrically, by British Columbia hardcore crossover act Day-Glo Abortions. In trouble with the law for the lyrical content of their songs as well as their stage antics, these guys had the gloriously bad taste to call an album Feed Us a Fetus, a conceptual pun in itself, with Ronald and Nancy Reagan being served a baked fetus on the cover. Who else would call a song "Hide the Hamster"? Or have the stones to title an album Deux Chiens Fourrent? If you go to this show, that's the kind of band you're in for. You've been warned.
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