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The Weirdos - Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981 album flac Performer: The Weirdos
Title: Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981
Style: Punk
Country: US
MP3 album: 1809 mb
FLAC album: 1178 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Rock

Altri album di The Weirdos. We Got the Neutron Bomb: Weird World Volume 2. Destroy All Music. We Got the Neutron Bomb - Weird World, Volume 2: 1977–1989. Weird World - Time Capsule, Volume One. Weird World Volume 1. Weird World, Volume 1: 1977–1981.

Fortunately, the Weirdos did manage to release a handful of singles and EPs during their 1977-1981 heyday, as well as demoing plenty of material that never saw release, and Weird World, Vol. 1 collects 14 superb cuts that set the record straight - the Weirdos were, quite simply, one of the best and brightest American bands of punk's first wave.

It was not until 1991 that a first volume of early recordings would be remixed by the band for release by Frontier Records as a compilation album, Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981. More than another decade would pass before a long-planned second compilation album of early tracks would see the light of day, issued by Frontier in 2003 as We. Got The Neutron Bomb - Weird World Volume Two 1977-1989. The Weirdos broke up in 1981. Cliff Martinez, who briefly drummed for the band, went on to join Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing on the latter's first two albums. Dix Denney was also close to becoming a member of the Chili Peppers. However, after many practices with Denney, things didn't work out and he was replaced by guitarist Jack Sherman.

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Weird World Volume 1. "Please retry". They did reunite for a spell in the 1990s, recording an album called Condor with the help of friend and fan Flea. Fortunately, the Weirdos did manage to release a handful of singles and EPs during their 1977-1981 heyday, as well as demoing plenty of material that never saw release, and Weird World, Vol.

Album · 1990 · 14 Songs. Formed by the brothers Denney (singer Dix and guitarist John) in 1976, The Weirdos were the punchiest, loudest, and most tuneful (if not most art-damaged) of all of the '70s . punk rock bands, including X and The Germs. That The Weirdos never did a proper album in their heyday doesn’t matter, because they recorded a mind-numbingly great string of singles that would easily have worked as a soundtrack to crash your car to. (All are here except Destroy All Music

Complete Album stats. Last updated: 25 Jun 2019, 02:44 Etc/UTC.

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A1 Weird World
Bass – Cliff RomanDrums – Cliff MartinezLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Diga, The WeirdosVocals – John Denney
3:02
A2 Arms Race
Bass – Cliff RomanDrums – Cliff MartinezLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Diga, The WeirdosVocals – John Denney
2:21
A3 Pagan
Bass – Cliff RomanDrums – Cliff MartinezLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Diga, The WeirdosVocals – John Denney
1:29
A4 Helium Bar
Bass – Greg Williams Drums – Art FoxEngineer – DigaLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Paul WexlerRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
3:22
A5 Rhythm Syndrome
Bass – Greg Williams Drums – Art FoxLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – John HewlettRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:22
A6 Fallout
Bass – Greg Williams Drums – Art FoxLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – John HewlettRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:25
A7 Fort U.S.A.
Bass – Billy PersonsDrums – Danny BenairEngineer – Earle MankeyLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – The WeirdosRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
3:12
B1 Happy People
Bass – Billy PersonsDrums – Danny BenairEngineer – Earle MankeyLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – The WeirdosRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:33
B2 Message From The Underworld
Bass – Cliff RomanDrums – Art FoxLead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Geza X, The WeirdosVocals – John Denney
2:35
B3 Teenage
Bass – Bruce MorelandDrums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Paul WexlerRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:22
B4 I'm Not Like You
Bass – Bruce MorelandDrums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Paul WexlerRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:36
B5 We Got The Neutron Bomb
Bass – Dave Trout*Drums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Rand McNally, The WeirdosRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:59
B6 Solitary Confinement
Bass – Dave Trout*Drums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Rand McNally, The WeirdosRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:30
B7 Life Of Crime
Bass – Dave Trout*Drums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyProducer – Craig LeonRhythm Guitar – Cliff RomanVocals – John Denney
2:19

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Includes printed lyric sheet

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 1866 31040 1 0
  • Barcode (String): 018663104010
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 31040-1A S-43468
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 31040-1B S-43469

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4630-2-L The Weirdos Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981 ‎(CD, Comp) Frontier Records 4630-2-L US 1991
31040-1 The Weirdos Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981 ‎(LP, Comp) Frontier Records 31040-1 US Unknown
31040-1 The Weirdos Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981 ‎(LP, Comp, RP, Blu) Frontier Records 31040-1 US Unknown
BRGR414 The Weirdos Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981 ‎(Cass, Comp) Burger Records BRGR414 US Unknown
31040-1 The Weirdos Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981 ‎(LP, Comp, RP, Red) Frontier Records 31040-1 US Unknown