Viking

Viking

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by Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards
     
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
07/13/2004
Label:
Hellcat Records
UPC:
0045778046720
catalogNumber:
80467
Rank:
48830

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards   Primary Artist
Tim Armstrong   Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Lars Frederiksen   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Brett Reed   Background Vocals
Carl Wheeler   Piano,Hammond Organ,Wurlitzer
Dan Hodge   Background Vocals
Alen C. Agadhzhanyan   Strings,Violin
Rob "SR" Aston   Vocals
Chris Dugan   Background Vocals
Big Jay Bastard   Bass,Vocals,Group Member
Matt Freeman   Mandolin
Gordy "The Known Bastard"   Vocals,Group Member
Craig Leg   Rhythm Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Lochlan McHale   Background Vocals
Skatty Punk Rock   Drums,Group Member
Gordy   Vocals
Big Jay Bastard   Background Vocals
Craig Leg   Guitar,Background Vocals
Skatty Punk Rock   Drums

Technical Credits

Dave Alvin   Composer
Tim Armstrong   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Artwork,Audio Production
Lars Frederiksen   Composer,Sound Effects,Contributor
Mark Graham   Composer
Chris Exall   Composer
Dave Carlock   Engineer
Winston Blake   Composer
Alex Reverberi   Engineer
Tom D. Kline   Artwork
Big Jay Bastard   Sound Effects
Gordy "The Known Bastard"   Contributor
Craig Leg   Contributor
Tim Lehi   Drawing
Skatty Punk Rock   Sound Effects
Rachel Tejada   Artwork
Michael Rosen   Engineer

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Viking 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Prepare yourself for another kick in the crotch, Lars made another album. If you liked the last one, this one will blow your face off. Lars and his crew of rightly titled "B*st*rds" tear your speakers out of the cabinets with a force that absolutely must be shared with neighbors, parents and other drivers to show what punk truly is and punk upstarts to show them how punk is done right. Maybe now we won't have to hear blasphemy such as "Yea, I like punk... Good Charlotte and Ashlee Simpson, right?" The only down side is that the ferocity gradually curves downward toward the end but not to worry, the intensity remains as strong as ever. This is 100% pure Lars Fredrickson and Tim Armstrong in unified brilliance. Your ears will bleed and you will not be disappointed.