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Not long after they received Sweet Sixteen, complete with its notorious cover of an excrement- and vomit-filled toilet, Virgin Records realized Royal Trux may not be a crossover act. They were willing to let the band go, giving them severance pay and the master tapes to their recently completed album, Accelerator, which was then released on their old home, Drag City. Listening to the album, it's hard to believe that a major label funded such an exhilaratingly noisy record. Ostensibly the third installment in their ongoing salute to particular decades in rock history -- that is, Thank You took on the '60s, Sweet Sixteen saluted the '70s -- Royal Trux deconstructs '80s rock on Accelerator, running all the instruments through some sort of electronic distortion, taking away the bass, trying to make it sound processed. Since this is Royal Trux, the result still is indebted to the Stones and astoundingly messy, but that's why Accelerator rocks like a demon, running over everything in sight. The album sounds chaotic, but there are some great songs hidden under the cacophony, like the explosive "I'm Ready," the soul vamp "Juicy, Juicy, Juice," and the soul-tinged closer, "Stevie." Royal Trux have rarely had both their songwriting and noise under control like they do here, and the result is pure dynamite -- possibly their best album to date. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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I'm Ready 00:03:58

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Yellow Kid 00:02:14

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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The Banana Question 00:03:48

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Another Year 00:04:07

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Juicy, Juicy, Juice 00:05:38

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Liar 00:02:52

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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New Bones 00:04:51

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Follow the Winner 00:03:27

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Stevie (For Steven S.) 00:04:54

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1998 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

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Not long after they received Sweet Sixteen, complete with its notorious cover of an excrement- and vomit-filled toilet, Virgin Records realized Royal Trux may not be a crossover act. They were willing to let the band go, giving them severance pay and the master tapes to their recently completed album, Accelerator, which was then released on their old home, Drag City. Listening to the album, it's hard to believe that a major label funded such an exhilaratingly noisy record. Ostensibly the third installment in their ongoing salute to particular decades in rock history -- that is, Thank You took on the '60s, Sweet Sixteen saluted the '70s -- Royal Trux deconstructs '80s rock on Accelerator, running all the instruments through some sort of electronic distortion, taking away the bass, trying to make it sound processed. Since this is Royal Trux, the result still is indebted to the Stones and astoundingly messy, but that's why Accelerator rocks like a demon, running over everything in sight. The album sounds chaotic, but there are some great songs hidden under the cacophony, like the explosive "I'm Ready," the soul vamp "Juicy, Juicy, Juice," and the soul-tinged closer, "Stevie." Royal Trux have rarely had both their songwriting and noise under control like they do here, and the result is pure dynamite -- possibly their best album to date. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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