Sludge-grunge heavies the Melvins covering In Every Dream Home A Heartache - Roxy Music's ode to fucking an inflatable doll - with former Dead Kennedys lead singer Jello Biafra warbling Bryan Ferry's vocals at half speed has to be the funniest track of 2013.
On their new covers record, the Melvins embrace their role straddling the space between hard rock royalty and straight-up joke band. In their 30th year, King Buzzo, Dale Crover and co. could easily default to churning out satisfyingly riffy albums. But they'd rather do what pleases them: reunite old lineups, strip down for three-piece Melvins Lite shows, cover Queen and Bowie and Throbbing Gristle on the same album.
Calling in favours from Neurosis's Scott Kelly and Mudhoney's Mark Arm makes Everybody Loves Sausages feel like a loose party record. When they're all having this much fun, whether or not they take it seriously is irrelevant.
Top track: Station To Station