101/3 Fists and a Mouthful

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101/3 Fists and a Mouthful
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Studio album by Hogan's Heroes
Released September 22, 1995
Recorded September – October 1991, Ocean Gate, New Jersey
Genre Hardcore punk, skate punk
Length 32:42
Language English
Label New Red Archives
Producer George Barberio
Hogan's Heroes chronology
3 Fists and a Mouthful
(1992)
101/3 Fists and a Mouthful
(1995)

101/3 Fists and a Mouthful.[1][2][3] is parts of the third studio album "3 Fists and a Mouthful" and the newer ep, "101" by the American hardcore punk band Hogan's Heroes.[4] The "3 Fists and a Mouthful" studio album was recorded in 1991 but unreleased in its entirety, except in advance copies in 1992. In 1995, it was released[5] alongside five songs of newer material with a dramatically different lineup, through New Red Archives.[6] The 1991 material was produced by George Barberio, and recorded at Ocean Gate Studios (Nelson, Alice Cooper)[7] the Revolver/Rotz/Smash/Dutch East distributed album showcased the band's full use of hardcore, rock, full-band backing vocals, while fusing elements of punk, thrash and metal. It is widely considered a classic.[8]

The 1994 material, produced by Hogans Heroes and Ryk Oakley was recorded at Sonic Edge and Excello Studios.

Album information[edit]

3 Fists and a Mouthful

3 Fists and a Mouthful received favorable reviews and is considered to be their best release.[9] Many of the album's songs are from old demos, unreleased, and new material, including "Corporate Life", "Self Defense" and "Cold".

The production of 3 Fists and a Mouthful was handled by guitarist George Barberio and Damian Kain co-produced and engineered.[6] The working title for the album was Three.[10] The original art and cover layout was never commercially released and differs greatly from the cover that was released in 1995.

Reception[edit]

3 Fists and a Mouthful

Thrasher Magazine, The Rickter Scale said about 3 Fists and a Mouthful ...... "Hogans Heroes, Lp. Great skatecore by veteran Heroes. Their best yet-hard, fast, and fun, the way it should be...".[9]

East Coast Rocker, Current Vinyl said about 3 Fists and a Mouthful ...... "still a lot of hardcore going on..."....."sounds like groove meditation after primal shock therapy..." ".....change tempos like a horny....date changes panties.." "more like slow, burnin' sex with the wife of a screaming bald idiot. who's chasing after you with a machete...".[10]

Track listing[edit]

3 Fists and a Mouthful

No.TitleLength
6."Corporate Life"1:09
7."Self Defense"1:02
8."Spiderbite (Reprise)"2:40
9."One Intent"2:26
10."Bleeding Blind"4:39
11."Scram"1:11
Compilation bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
12."Fill it Up"2:15
13."Cold"2:32

101

No.TitleLength
1."That One"4:18
2."Sprayed Against The Wall"5:09
3."Lies"3:45
4."101"4:42
5."Standing Alone"3:01

Appearances[edit]

3 Fists and a Mouthful

from 3 Fists and a Mouthful "Corporate Life" "Self Defense" has appeared on following compilation albums:

also from 3 Fists and a Mouthful "Cold" "Fill it Up" has appeared on following compilation albums:

Personnel[edit]

3 Fists and a Mouthful

  • George Barberio – lead guitar, vocals
  • John Cuccinello – bass: tracks 6, 7, 13
  • George Barberio – bass: tracks 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • George Barberio – drums, percussion
  • Skip Hoefling – vocals

Uncredited[edit]

  • George Barberio, Skip Hoefing, Damian Kain - back up vocals
  • George Barberio - wind chimes (on "MoonBlanket" "Bleeding Blind")
  • George Barberio - sleigh bells (on "Spiderbite" reprise)

Production[edit]

1991

101

  • Daryl Doctor – guitar
  • John Cuccinello – bass
  • Brian. – drums
  • Skip Hoefling – vocals

Production[edit]

1994

References[edit]

  1. ^ * Allmusic "Hogan's Heroes - 101/3 Fists and a Mouthful". 2007-07-14. Retrieved 2012-03-18. 
  2. ^ * Billboard Magazine "101/3 Fists & A Mouthful. Hogan's Heroes". Retrieved 2010-05-12. 
  3. ^ * Rolling Stone "Hogan's Heroes Discography". Retrieved 2005-12-19. 
  4. ^ * Billboard Magazine "Hogan's Heroes at Billboard". Retrieved 2010-05-12. 
  5. ^ * Rolling Stone "101/3 Fists and a Mouthful". Retrieved 2007-10-28. 
  6. ^ a b * Discogs "Hogan's Heroes - 3 Fists and a Mouthful". 2007-07-14. Retrieved 2010-02-19. 
  7. ^ * Studio, Notes. Nelsons Make Waves in NJ's Ocean. TMP's Studio Exchange, April 1992, p. 54.
  8. ^ * The Exploited "Prindle, Mark. Mark's Record Reviews, June 14, 2008". Retrieved 2012-02-15. 
  9. ^ a b * Rotsaert, Rick. Rickter Scale. Thrasher Magazine, May 1992, p. 70.
  10. ^ a b * Makin, Robert. Current Vinyl. East Coast Rocker, February 1992, p. 25.
  11. ^ * AllMusic "The Punk The Bad & The Ugly". Retrieved 2009-11-20. 
  12. ^ * Rolling Stone "The Punk The Bad & The Ugly". Retrieved 2007-10-28. 
  13. ^ * AllMusic "At War With Society". Retrieved 2009-11-20. 
  14. ^ * Rolling Stone "At War With Society". Retrieved 2007-10-28. 
  15. ^ * Discogs "At War With Society". Retrieved 2011-10-11. 
  16. ^ * AllMusic "A Triple Dose Of Punk". Retrieved 2009-11-20. 
  17. ^ * Rolling Stone "Triple Dose Of Punk". Retrieved 2007-10-28. 
  18. ^ * Discogs "Mighty Attack". Retrieved 2011-10-11. 
  19. ^ * Discogs "Skaters Gear 6". Retrieved 2011-10-11. 
  20. ^ * AllMusic "Hardcore Breakout USA Volume 2". Retrieved 2009-11-20. 
  21. ^ * Rolling Stone "Hardcore Breakout USA Volume 2". Retrieved 2007-10-28. 
  22. ^ * AllMusic "Hardcore Breakout USA 1,2,3,". Retrieved 2009-11-20. 
  23. ^ * Rolling Stone "Hardcore Breakout 1,2,3,..." Retrieved 2007-10-28. 
  24. ^ * Rhapsody "Hardcore Breakout - Essential Punk". Retrieved 2012-10-22. 

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