Metascore
70

Generally favorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. 83
    Traffics full-time in the kind of raw, godless punk rock that's relegated to a handful of cuts on Queens' albums. [Sep 2003, p.112]
  2. 80
    A Drug Problem... is like the contents of a [D]umpster: greasy, creepy, nasty, and random. [#23, p.96]
  3. This record may not be as wild-eyed and rabid as it's predecessor, 2000's 'Cocaine Rodeo', but it's loaded with more illicit sex, insanity and glam-punk brilliance than you can shake Satan's pitchfork at.
  4. While there are plaintive acoustic moments, listen closely and [Oliveri's] inciting listeners to necrophiliac cannibalism. [Aug 2003, p.110]
  5. When 'A Drug Problem That Never Existed' is at its best, briefest and most brutish, it's a cracking piece of work indeed; daft, dirty and, in many ways, devilish.
  6. 40
    Oliveri needs a grounding element; without it, he just plays the Neanderthal wild-ass screamer. [Sep 2003, p.126]
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  1. ALIR
    Feb 10, 2005
    9
    This is album is slab of dirty, drug fuelled rock that is designed for anyone who has ever felt at one point in there life that drinking a This is album is slab of dirty, drug fuelled rock that is designed for anyone who has ever felt at one point in there life that drinking a bottle of whiskey and shouting out profanities is the way to make friends and influence. Essential Grade A Mentalism! Full Review »