- Released: July 20, 1998
- Label: Roir
- 3.I Wanna Fuck Myself
- 4.Bite It You Scum
- 5.You Hate Me and I Hate You
- 6.Gg's Phone Machine
- 7.Blood For You
- 8.Hard Candy Cock
- 9.Eat My Shit
- 10.Scum Fuck Tradition
- 11.Drink, Fight, And Fuck
- 12.Needle up My Cock
- 13.Sluts in the City
- 14.Ten Year Old Fuck
- 15.Ass-Fuckin', Butt-Lickin', Cunt Suckin' Masturbation
- 16.Gimme Some Head
- 17.Tough Fuckin' Shit
- 18.Board's Phone Machine
- 19.Radio Ad For Gg's 1st Record - (bonus track)
- 20.Out For Blood - (bonus track)
- 21.I Wanna Eat You Out - (bonus track)
- 22.Pissing on Cosloy - (bonus track)
Personnel includes: G.G. Allin (vocals).
The New York Superscum: J. Mascis, Gerard Cosloy (guitar); Stephen Dansiger (drums).
The Motor City Badboys: Wayne Kramer (guitar, background vocals); Mike Davis (bass); Dennis Thompson (drums).
The Scumfucs: Killer K. (guitar); Ripp Cord (bass); B. Toff (drums).
The Cedar St. Sluts: Poline Pussy (guitar, background vocals); Connie Clit (guitar); Tammy Tits (bass, background vocals); Sally Sleaze (drums).
The Band With No Name: Chris "Chaos" Lamy (guitar, background vocals); Alan Chapple (bass, background vocals); Steve L. (drums); Guy Deschuiteneer (background vocals).
Engineers include: M. Kramer, David Lee, Gopal Varadhan.
Includes liner notes by Gerard Cosloy.
Personnel: Wayne Kramer (guitar, background vocals); Dennis Thompson, DJ Steve L (drums); Alan Chapple (background vocals).
Liner Note Authors: Mykel Board; Gerard Cosloy.
Recording information: Noise New York.
This is a compilation of live performances from various points in his career. Of course, it's missing a great deal of relevant information and the recording quality is crude. This is probably the best place to be introduced to the demented moron who made obscenity a political statement, as he was still possessed of an intelligible voice on these recordings. He can even carry a tune on the earlier tracks, unthinkable to those familiar only with his later work. His between-song banter with the audience is hilariously stupid. It features guest appearances from Dinosaur Jr.'s J. Mascis and MC5's Wayne Kramer and Dennis Thompson. Most of Allin's earlier recordings are out of print, so if you're a fan, find this. ~ Steve Huey