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Originally from Tuscon, the Supersuckers moved to Seattle just before the grunge explosion of late 1991 and 1992. Though those under-appreciative of the Supersuckers' Satan, Wild West, booze, and heroin imagery may rely on the grunge moniker to pinpoint the group's sound, the Supersuckers are a true power-chord driven punk band, albeit with a penchant for heavy metal posturing. After the departure of guitarist Ron Heathman in 1995, the Supersuckers recruited guitarist Rick Sims, from the recently disbanded Didjits, to record their third Sub Pop album, The Sacrilicious Sounds of the Supersuckers. Must've Been High followed in 1997, and two years later Sub Pop issued The Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the World, a compilation of their years on the label. A new studio effort, The Evil Powers of Rock n' Roll, followed in 1999 as well. Matt Carlson

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