1991 - Weird World - Volume One 1977-1981. 12 - We Got The Neutron Bomb. 13 - Solitary Confinement. 09 - Message From The Underworld. 11 - I'm Not Like Yo. p3. 05 - Rhythm Syndrome.
Matrix, Runout: Side One: WEIRDOS-31075-1A (RE-1), S-52384-(RE-1). Matrix, Runout: Side Two: WEIRDOS-31075-1B (RE-1), S-52385-(RE-1).
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The Weirdos are an American punk rock band from Los Angeles, California. They formed in 1975 and broke up in 1981, were occasionally active in the 1980s, and recorded new material in the 1990s. Critic Mark Deming calls them "quite simply, one of the best and brightest American bands of punk's first wave. We Got The Neutron Bomb - Weird World Volume Two 1977-1989 (2003, Frontier). Destroy All Music (2007, Bomp!) Footnotes. a b Martin C. Strong, The Great Indie Discography. Edinburgh, Scotland: Canongate Publishing, 2003; pg.
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.
A mere 12 years after Weird World, Vol. 1, volume two (with We Got the Neutron Bomb given as the dominant title) appeared to mop up odds and ends that hadn't appeared on the first anthology of material by the early . punk band the Weirdos. As you might expect from a band that recorded infrequently and sporadically, there's a ragtag feel to this compilation. It's the late-'70s material that fans will probably be most hungry for, though, including not just the "We Got the Neutron Bomb" and "Destroy All Music" singles, but also a live 1978 track and two slightly crudely recorded 1977 live-in-the-studio numbers. Those are the freshest-sounding cuts on the set, "We Got the Neutron Bomb" sounding a little like a gallows Ramones in its sardonicism, though it all seems a lot less shocking and novel than it did back in the day.
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WeirdosWe Got the Neutron Bomb. Released: August 26, 2003. Recording information: British Studios, Los Angeles, CA (1977-2003); Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, CA (1977-2003); Dress Revue Rehearsal Studio, Hollywood, CA (1977-2003); Kitchen Sync, Hollywood, CA (1977-2003); Salty Dog, Tujunga, CA (1977-2003); Sound Investment, Los Angeles, CA (1977-2003); Stone Fox Rehearsal Studio, North Hollywood, CA. (1977-2003); The Sound Factory, Los Angeles, CA (1977-2003); Whiskey A Go Go, Hollywood, CA (1977-2003). Photographers: Wynn Miller; Andrew Griffiths. A mere 12 years after Weird World, Vol.
Songs from Weird World Volume 1 by The Weirdos, Weirdos. The Weirdos, Weirdos, Weirdos, The. Style: punk. We Got the Neutron Bomb: Weird World Volume 2 - The Weirdos. Destroy All Music - The Weirdos. Feel Like a Stranger - Weirdos.