Blood Duster is the name of Blood Duster's 4th full-length album, which is self-titled mainly because anything after Cunt would be a disappointment. A competition was run on the band's messageboard to suggest album names, with some responses being Fucked Up By The Grace Of God and Taming The Manaconda. Another suggestion was For Those About To Fuck, but this was used as the name for the first track instead.
The album itself is labelled by the band as being "Psychodeathrockin’punkpimpin’icedealing gangstashit" and is an attempt to establish the genre of 'Anthemic Grind Rock'. With Blood Duster having secured an endorsement from the Black Flys sunglasses brand, Jason PC Fuller suggested in one interview that the band had become "corporate rock whores" This album took longer to record than previous Blood Duster albums and features a number of guest appearances including Jay Dunne from 28 Days, original AC/DC singer Dave Evans and the complete line-up of Melbourne band The Spazzys. It also contains the singles DrinkFightFuck, SixSixSixteen and IWannaDoItWithADonna.
The CD-ROM was to include live footage of Blood Duster performing Kill Kill Kill, 66.6 on Your FM Dial and Derek, as well as a video of the band performing DrinkFightFuck at the single's launch. There was also a video entitled "D-Unit's Metal For The Brain 2005 that was censored because it showed certain band members taking drugs, namely cocaine. Some of the material that was supposed to be on the CD-ROM can be accessed at the band's website using the HippieKillTeam password hidden in the CD case.
Although some photos were censored in the compiling of the CD booklet, it still contains 125 small colour photos, including some featuring nudity and oral sex.
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