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Originally from Tucson, Arizona, USA, the Supersuckers were formed by Ron Heathman (Rontrose Heathman; guitar), Eddie Spaghetti (b. Edward Carlyle Daly III, bass, vocals), Dan ‘Thunder’ Bolton (guitar), Eric Martin (vocals) and Dan Seigal (drums). They have recorded for a variety of outlets since their formation (as the Black Supersuckers) in 1988, using eMpTy for their debut album, The Songs All Sound The Same (by this time Martin had left, with Spaghetti taking over vocal duties). This reprised some of their earlier, hard to source 7-inch records for Sympathy For The Record Industry, Lucky and eMpTy themselves. Their debut for new Seattle home Sub Pop Records came with ‘Like A Big Fuckin’ Train’, then ‘Hell City Hell’/‘Dead Homiez’ (the latter a bizarre Ice Cube cover version). The Smoke Of Hell became their first album proper in 1992, with a glorious and somewhat attention-grabbing jacket drawn by comic artist Daniel...

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