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D.O.A.  - Triumph Of The Ignoroids album flac Performer: D.O.A.
Title: Triumph Of The Ignoroids
Style: Punk
Released: 1981
Country: Canada
MP3 album: 1645 mb
FLAC album: 1337 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Rock

s "Triumph Of The Ignoroids" is the Canadian equivalent of The Stooges "Metallic . These records are sonic sisters. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Triumph Of The Ignoroids, 12", EP, Ltd, FR-001. Very cool!! i really want one of thoes first 1000. Technically this is NOT a bootleg (I was . s manager for 15 years, and so know the story). The band did not have any money, and pressed the first 1,000 (uncensored) cover, prior to their 1st USA tour. They sold out, and pressed 1,000 more when they returned to Vancouver (censored cover).

Features Song Lyrics for . s Triumph of the Ignoroids album. Triumph of the Ignoroids Album Lyrics. 1. Nazi Training Camp Lyrics. Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

The live first effort features the vocals and machine-gun-like guitar of frontman, Joey Shithead.

Triumph of the Ignoroids Album Cover Art. .

Triumph is the debut studio album by Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released in 1976. The album was remastered and re-released with a new cover and name in 1995 called In the Beginning (then remastered again in 2005). Gil Moore – drums, vocals. Michael Levine – bass, keyboards. Additional personnel. Laurie Delgrande – keyboards. Doug Hill – producer. Brian Bell – engineer, mixing. George Semkiw – remixing. Mick Walsh – assistant.

Triumph of the Ignoroids Friends Records (Bootleg) (1981). Talk Minus Action Equals Zero (1991). The Vagabond Sessions split 12" with Potbelly. Triumph Of The Ignoroids (4-sing 12-inch EP on Friends Records). White Noise Tour (bootleg) (1980). 7-inch EP on Alternative Tentacles). Right To Be Wild (7-inch single feat. Fuck You b/w Burn It Down).

Triumph Of The Ignoroids Release Date : 1979. 1st pressing (1979), with uncensored cover graphics. Cover is a single sheet of glossy paper stock folded in half. Black ink on white paper. 1978, 1979Side A: Is Side For Side B: Is Side AgainstDead wax: Side A: The Pointed Sticks Are "Out Of Luck" Side B: 'Cause . s "The Real Thing"Song titles listed here are the actual "real" titles. Their second album Hardcore '81 was thought by many to have been the first actual reference to the second wave of the American punk sound as hardcore. Singer/guitarist Joey "Shithead" Keithley is the only founding member to have stayed in the band throughout its entire history. However, original bassist Randy Rampage has been active in the band in recent years and has played on one of the band's last three albums, although he is not in the current lineup.

Tracklist

A1 Nazi Training Camp 1:53
A2 Want Some Bondage 2:55
B1 Rich Bitch 3:20
B2 Lets Fuck 2:25

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – D.O.A.

Credits

  • Bass – Randy Rampage
  • Drums – Chuck Biscuits
  • Guitar – Joe Shithead*
  • Mixed By [Final Tape Mixed By] – Ron Obvious
  • Photography By – Bev Davies, Don Denton
  • Technician [Sound] – Tim Frewer
  • Written-By, Arranged By – D.O.A.

Notes

3rd pressing, 1000 made. Manufactured without the band's consent.

Three versions released.
First Pressing (1979, 1000 made), had an "uncensored" paper sleeve, with Marg's genitalia fully exposed. Some pressings had cardboard sleeves.
2nd Pressing (1980, 1000 made), had the "censored" sleeve, pressing in blue ink and a cardboard sleeve. This press omitted expletives and covered Marg's genitalia.
3rd pressing in a censored paper sleeve. Vinyl runouts contain an additional sequence. Side 2 vinyl label is blurry and has a handwritten "2", while the previous pressings have Joey Shithead sprawled out on label. Sound quality is much better on the previous pressings.

Recorded live on June 23rd, 1978 with a 4-track at the first Georgia Straight Battle Of The Bands.

All songs and arrangements copyright © D.O.A. 1978, 1979.

Track times do not appear on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): FR-001 A 27190Ω
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): FR 001 B 27191Ω

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FR-001 D.O.A. Triumph Of The Ignoroids ‎(12", EP, Ltd) Friends Records FR-001 Canada 1979
FR-001 D.O.A. Triumph Of The Ignoroids ‎(12", EP, Ltd, TP) Friends Records FR-001 Canada 1979
LADY KKK 06, LADY KINKY KARROT RECORDS #6 (7" #2) D.O.A. Triumph Of The Ignoroids ‎(7", EP, Ltd, Num, RE) Lady Kinky Karrot Records, Lady Kinky Karrot Records LADY KKK 06, LADY KINKY KARROT RECORDS #6 (7" #2) Italy 2007
none D.O.A. Triumph Of The Ignoroids ‎(7", EP, Num, Unofficial) Not On Label none Germany 1990
LADY KKK 06 D.O.A. Triumph Of The Ignoroids ‎(7", EP, Ltd, RE) Lady Kinky Karrot Records LADY KKK 06 Italy 2007


Comments: (4)
Xava
I'm pretty sure I purchased my first pressing at Quintessence Records on 4th Avenue.I confess I was motivated by the sheer shock value of seeing Maggie's pussy so prominently displayed. Truly she pioneered the habit of celebrity nitwits to flash their clams at nightclubs.
Valawye
Technically this is NOT a bootleg (I was D.O.A.'s manager for 15 years, and so know the story). The band did not have any money, and pressed the first 1,000 (uncensored) cover, prior to their 1st USA tour. They sold out, and pressed 1,000 more when they returned to Vancouver (censored cover). They then went back on tour; however the owner of the record label had a drug problem, and covertly pressed an additional 1,000 while the band was away; using a photocopy of the artwork rather than the original art (thus the blurriness). The band was very unhappy when they found out, and ended their relationship with Friends records.There is only a total of 3,000 of these records made. The first 1,000 are the hardest to find, as the band sold them all 'on the road', so they never received record store distribution.
Aedem
Also, Discogs says the "3rd press" was in 1981 and 1991. The Smash the State discography book says 1991. Which is correct?
AGAD
Hello and thanks for this information "coolforever". I have had the Blue cover for 30+ years; just saw DOA the other night and picked up this "3rd" pressing from their merch table. What gave me pause was the labels - they are totally different that the original labels. So are you saying that the version I just bought had the sleeve photocopied from the Blue version and they used a different label? Thanks for clarifying since to me this just looks like a bootleg!