Screeching Weasel - How To Make Enemies And Irritate People album flac
Title: How To Make Enemies And Irritate People
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How to Make Enemies and Irritate People is the seventh studio album by the Chicago-based punk rock band Screeching Weasel. Planned as the group's final album, it was released in August 1994 on CD, vinyl and cassette through Lookout Records.
This album is dedicated to Aldo Giorgini, a great man. Processed (Plating/Metalwork) at Greg Lee Processing based on the etchings (entered under 'Mastered At' temporarily for now). Matrix, Runout: LOOKOUT - 97-A RE1 L-43197. Matrix, Runout: LOOKOUT - 97-B RE1 L-43197-X.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (1993) by Screeching Weasel. This album has an average beat per minute of 133 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 101/199 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist How to Make Enemies and Irritate People. 1. Planet of the Apes.
Screeching Weasel chronology. Anthem for a New Tomorrow (1993). How to Make Enemies and Irritate People (1994). Kill the Musicians (1995). The album was out of print for a short while but was remastered and re-released in 2005 on Asian Man Records The name of the song 'I Wrote Holden Caulfield' is a reference to Green Day's song 'Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?'. It is an apparent parody of the classic self-help book How to Win Friends and Influence People.
If this would have been the Screeching Weasel's last album, they could have at least ended their career with a loud, middle-finger salute. Unfortunately, they would eventually try to recapture their old flame with a different lineup some years after this. How to Make Enemies and Irritate People was announced as their last record upon its release in 1994, with Mike Dirnt from Green Day filling in on bass/backing vocals. The music is still poppy and catchy, and Ben Weasel perpetually suffers from "bad day-itis," meaning that absolutely nothing's different from the previous.
Album by Screeching Weasel. 99. I Hate Your Guts On Sunday. Johnny Are You Queer? Time Bomb. I Wrote Holden Caulfield.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Screeching Weasel Format: Vinyl. Those who choose MBH appreciate awesome pop-punk music. Boogada has a few great songs and a lot of throwaways. MBH is one of the best pop punk cds ever released by any band.
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|A1||Planet Of The Apes|
|A3||I Hate Your Guts On Sunday|
|A4||Jonny R U Queer?
Backing Vocals – Gretchen SmearWritten By – B. Paine*, L. Paine*
|A7||If I Was You|
|B1||Nobody Likes You|
|B4||Kathy Isn't Right|
|B5||Kathy's On The Roof|
|B6||I Wrote Holden Caulfield|
Notesacetate reference lacquer - only 1 is made for each release to test the overall sound of the album
|LK97CD, 97CD LOOKOUT||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (CD, Album)||Lookout! Records, Lookout! Records||LK97CD, 97CD LOOKOUT||US||1994|
|LOOKOUT 97||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, TP, W/Lbl)||Lookout! Records||LOOKOUT 97||US||1994|
|Recess#129||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, Album, M/Print, RE, Tra)||Recess Records||Recess#129||US||2013|
|Recess 129||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, Album, RE, Blu)||Recess Records||Recess 129||US||2013|
|ASM 128||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Asian Man Records||ASM 128||US||2005|