30 Years Ago Today – Infectious Grooves Release Funk Metal Debut ‘The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move…’

30 years ago today (10/9/91), Infectious Grooves led by Suicidal Tendencies Mike Muir and Robert Trujillo (later of Metallica) along with Stephen Perkins of Janes Addiction, released their debut LP as Infectious Grooves. The long-winded title The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move… It’s the Infectious Grooves certainly served the purpose as the band made like a Parliament meets Anthrax combustion of hard riffs, elastic bass, and freestyling lyrics. The album introduces the character Sarsippius that would appear again on later releases and it also featured a high-profile guest appearance from Ozzy Osbourne on “Therapy”. Check it out in full!

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