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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/1991
  • Label: Relativity
  • UPC: 088561804824
  • Catalog Number: 8048
  • Sales rank: 41,708

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Circle Jerks Primary Artist
Keith Clark Drums
Greg Hetson Guitar
Keith Morris Vocals
Zander Schloss Bass
Technical Credits
The Circle Jerks Producer
Van Dyke Parks Composer
Brian Wilson Composer
Ken Perry Mastering
John Ashton Composer
Tim Butler Composer
Keith Clark Composer
Vince Ely Composer
Greg Hetson Composer
Duncan Kilburn Composer
Keith Morris Composer
Roger Morris Composer
Richard Butler Composer
Karat Faye Producer, Engineer
Gary Leonard Artwork
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nothing better

    I first bought this on vinyl when I was in high school (sometime between '85 and '87), back when being weird and different and punk meant something (ie, back before Mtv ruined everything). The Circle Jerks were one of those bands that only the "weirdos" listened to, and that was fine with us. They got a little heavier on this album, but not without tongue in cheek, as always. If you want to know what punk meant before the middle of the road stuff like Green Day, listen to this band.

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