How The Supersuckers Became The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in The World

How the Supersuckers Became the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World is a greatest hits album covering the years 1988 to 1998 of the American rock and roll band, Supersuckers. Released on August 24, 1999, it chronicles the Supersuckers during the years that they were signed to Sub Pop.

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