13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Live from Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage is so filthy it will leave listeners blushing. Featuring Steel Panther in all-acoustic mode, the set is a raunchy parody of the unplugged hair metal performance as made famous by the likes of Poison and Aerosmith. They unleash plenty of their self-proclaimed “hits,” including the anthemic “Party Like Tomorrow Is the End of the World” and power ballad “The Burden of Being Wonderful.” Meanwhile, “Michael Don’t Know” is proof that the boys’ between-song banter is just as hilarious (and obnoxious) as the music itself.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Live from Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage is so filthy it will leave listeners blushing. Featuring Steel Panther in all-acoustic mode, the set is a raunchy parody of the unplugged hair metal performance as made famous by the likes of Poison and Aerosmith. They unleash plenty of their self-proclaimed “hits,” including the anthemic “Party Like Tomorrow Is the End of the World” and power ballad “The Burden of Being Wonderful.” Meanwhile, “Michael Don’t Know” is proof that the boys’ between-song banter is just as hilarious (and obnoxious) as the music itself.

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