Album Review: Steel Panther – All You Can Eat
Once again, Steel Panther is back with the follow-up to their very successful Balls Out release from 2011. What’s really not to love about this good-time 80s styled hard rock? All You Can Eat is another round of highly offensive fun, but then again it depends on what exactly offends you. I mean, I can’t say that Steel Panther is lying or exaggerating in their lyrics. Seems to me like all these events and situations are certainly plausible or even possibly factual. They are just very blunt and literal about how they perceive the world. And, just when you think they will never top a song like Weenie Ride, they come up with She’s On The Rag…to include the alternate (acoustic) version of that bloody song with different lyrics. There is a good time to be had here.
If you know all about Steel Panther I don’t think there is much I can say except that you are in for another wild ride. Some of the songs I found quite enjoyable and provided a good laugh were Glory Hole, Bukkake Tears, Ten Strikes and You’re Out, and The Burden of Being Wonderful. These songs stand out as some of the most raunchy and/or witty, but I also like the music…of course, being a product of the 80s their music brings me back to those carefree times.
There was so much spunk on your face, neither the boys nor I could see your face.
Now, if you have not heard Steel Panther you need to go into this with an open mind. If you do not have that, then you should stop here because this is a waste of your time. Steel Panther doesn’t sing about pollution, school violence, or global warming. Though, noble causes, there is none of that here. All You Can Eat should put nothing more than a smile on your face and make you wish you could go to France…reference to Glory Hole. Enjoy.
Disclaimer for you conservative types. There are boobs in the video.