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destroyed adj
1 spoiled or ruined or demolished; "war left many cities destroyed"; "Alzheimer's is responsible for her destroyed mind" [ant: preserved]
2 destroyed physically or morally [syn: ruined]

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  1. past of destroy

Extensive Definition

Destroyed is the second album release by punk band Sloppy Seconds. It was released in 1990 on Musical Tragedies/Toxic Shock. The album cover is a parody of the Kiss album Destroyer from 1976.

Track listing

  1. "I Don't Wanna Be A Homosexual"
  2. "Come Back, Traci"
  3. "Take You Home"
  4. "Black Roses"
  5. "Runnin' From The C.I.A."
  6. "Horror Of Party Beach"
  7. "Blackmail"
  8. "So Fucked Up"
  9. "Leavin' On A Jet Plane" (bonus track)
  10. "Germany"
  11. "Janie Is A Nazi"
  12. "I Want 'em Dead"
  13. "If I Had A Woman"
  14. "Veronica"
  15. "Candy Man"
  16. "Steal Your Beer"
  17. "Time Bomb"
  18. "Human Waste" (2002 re-release bonus track)
  19. "Conned Again" (2002 re-release bonus track)
  20. "Hooray For Santa Claus" (2002 re-release bonus track)
  21. "Serious" (bonus track)


  • B.A. - vocals, voices, yells, producer
  • Steve Sloppy - drums, producer
  • Shazam Bo'Bajam - bass, producer
  • Dr. Roadkill - guitar, producer
  • Paul Mahern - producer, engineer
  • Mike Kreffel - artwork, art direction, cover art, design, pre-press layout
  • Rob Perkins - background vocals, photography, road crew
  • Paul Bohall - background vocals, road crew
  • Craig "R.V." Croomes - background vocals
  • Jeff Masengale - background vocals, photography
  • Scott Turns - background vocals, road crew
  • John Barron - road crew


The song "I Don't Wanna Be a Homosexual" was the inspiration to the tongue-in-cheek song "I Wanna Be a Homosexual" by Screeching Weasel.

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