The Mentors | Ducefixion

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by The Mentors

This Mentors Album was released in Summer 2009. It features a return to the classic power trio line up for the band of Drums/Vocals, Guitar and Bass. The Mentors are the founders of a unique genre, Porno Rock.
Genre: Metal/Punk: 80's Metal
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1. Black Snatch
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5:17 album only
2. Be A Pervert
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2:39 album only
3. Bedroom Eyes
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4:30 album only
4. Bombs Over Frisco
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3:45 album only
5. Bring On the Sluts
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3:19 album only
6. Ready Or Not
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3:26 album only
7. I'm The Man
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3:16 album only
8. Lickin' Ass and Taking Names
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3:20 album only
9. Get The Party Started
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3:56 album only
10. My Name Is John
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4:02 album only
11. Over Under Sideways Down
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2:58 album only
12. Rockin' All Night
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4:45 album only
13. Masturbation Illness
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3:53 album only
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Album Notes
This Mentors album, Ducefixion, was recorded mostly in the spring of 2009 and released in the Summer. The Line up is Sickie Wifebeater on Guitar, Marc Mad Dog DeLeon on Drums/Vocals, and Dr. Heathen Scum on Bass. The last track, Masturbation Illness featuring our Lord El Duce on Vocals was recorded in the 1990s.


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Ted Priviola

Big Letdown
This CD is a big time let down after the amazin Over The Top CD. There are a handful of decent tracks on here, but for the most part the material is second rate. The slow groovin' opening track, Black Snatch begins interesting enough, but really doesn't go anywhere and is probably about 2 minutes too long. The lyrics are kinda funny for a second....ummm...and this is one of the better tracks.
The song "I'm a Pervert" begins with a strage accoustic lick that sounds like a take on Free Fix, then jumps into a Rock em Sock em type gallop ....this song is pretty damn rockin actually, and among the best tracks on the disc. "Bring on The Sluts" is another good track, it's got an 80's metal vibe, but catchy as hell, and damn if I can't picture this being blared at the local strip joint!
"Lickin ass and takin' names", "Get the party started" and "My Name is John" are decent tracks.
Then we have the bad stuff....Bedroom Eyes, Beat On, Ready or Not, Over Under Sideways Down, Rockin' All Night".
Best track on the CD is easily Masturbation Illness....and old unreleased mentors track w/ Duce.

Ok, to be fair, you can do much worse with your $ than this cd. The production is good and the playing is certainly competant. But we are talking about one of the greatest rock/metal bands here....there is nothing on this cd that will have you reaching for multiple listens. There are no classics (except POSSIBLY "bring on the sluts".
Over the Top proved to the world that the mentors can still crank out the best shit even without the Dooch. All naysayers were silenced by that great release. Unfortunately Ducefixion is a big step backwards, and perhaps a signal that the best days are truly behind them.

Bill "Metal Blade" Best

The only true Kings of Sleaze!
From the opening chords of “Black Snatch” my ears right away sensed that I was in for quite an interesting listening experience. As with past Mentors releases, “Ducefixion” features a wide variety of mammoth guitar riffs and solos by Sickie Wifebeater. Marc Mad Dog crushes El Rapo and does El Duce proud with his vocal style, comic genius and sonic drum mastery. I have seen many versions of The Mentors over the last 13 years of Eldon's passing. But, This is bye far the best. Hail The MENTORS!

Titus Moody

The faces change, but the smell remains the same! Yeash!
If you liked "Over the Top," "Duecefixion" is even better. The hoods have never sounded so good in the studio. The Stooge-ish piano on "Bedroom Eyes" is worth the price alone.If this were a perfect world, The Mentors would be touring and filling stadiums like other, far less righteous Classic Rock bands. Hail Marc Duce, Sickie Wifebeater and Pope Heathen Scum for this latest metallic collection of heterosexual hymns.