Top Mc5 Albums
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Music for the American Revolution, Vol. 4: Mother Country Madmen
Music for the American Revolution, Vol. 4: Mother Country Madmen
[2015]
Music For the American Revolution – Vol. 3: Unadulterated America
Music For the American Revolution – Vol. 3: Unadulterated America
[2015]
Music for the American Revolution, Vol. 1: Rock City Roots
Music for the American Revolution, Vol. 1: Rock City Roots
[2015]
Kick out the Jams, Motherf*cker!
Kick out the Jams, Motherf*cker!
[2015]
Anthology 1965-1971
Anthology 1965-1971
[2008]
Are You Ready to Testify? - The Live Bootleg Anthology
Are You Ready to Testify? - The Live Bootleg Anthology
[2004]
Are You Ready to Testify: The Live Bootleg Anthology
Are You Ready to Testify: The Live Bootleg Anthology
[2004]
Thunder Express (Live)
Thunder Express (Live)
[1999]
Motor City Is Burning (Live)
Motor City Is Burning (Live)
[1999]
Live 1969/70
Live 1969/70
[1991]
Babes In Arms
Babes In Arms
[1983]
High Time
High Time
[1971]
Back In the USA
Back In the USA
[1970]
Kick Out the Jams
Kick Out the Jams
[1969]
Music for the American Revolution, Vol. 2: Fury & Feedback (Live)
Music for the American Revolution, Vol. 2: Fury & Feedback (Live)
[1968]
Related Information for Mc5
The MC5 was a hard rock band that came out of Detroit, USA in 1966. Their blend of furious hard rock and intense political sentiment was a critical influence on the punk rock movement of the 70s.Standing for "Motor City Five", MC5 established themselves with their first album, Kick Out the Jams, recorded live on October 30 and 31, 1968. The album caused some controversy due to the title track Kick Out the Jams rallying cry of "kick out the jams, motherfuckers," and John Sinclair's inflammatory liner notes. The album concluded with Starship, a cover of a Sun Ra song. Critic Mark Deming notes that Kick "is one of the most powerfully energetic live albums ever made … this is an album that refus... read more