TMA (5) ‎– What's For Dinner?

Jimboco Records ‎– JLP 8401
Vinyl, LP

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A1 What's For Dinner?
A2 Mary Tyler Moore Show Theme
Words By, Music By – Sonny Curtis
A3 Psychopatic
A4 Nancy
A5 Shit Don't Stink
A6 Surf Nazi
A7 Crack Me Up
A8 Brain Of My Own
A9 Acid Head
A10 I Am
B1 Penniless
B2 Astrological Geek
B3 Electric Shock
B4 Dying The Empire Way
B5 Pins & Needles
B6 I Forgot
B7 Don't Pick
B8 Drunk Or Stupid
B9 Bag Lady Love
B10 Fucked Up Dreams

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——Cover info——
Recorded & Mixed at JMM Studios, Menlo Park, N.J.
Periscope Studio, Inc., 231 W. 26th Street, N.Y.C. 10001

——Inner sleeve info——
Contains lyrics for all songs
For A-side: © 1984 Jimboco Records - Made in U.S.A.
For B-side: All songs © 1984 Jimboco Music (BMI)
A1, A3 to A10: © 1984 Jimboco Music (BMI)
A2: © 1970 & 1974 Mark Three Music (BMI)

——Centerlabels info——
℗ & © 1984 Jimboco Records

——Extra info (external source)——
First pressing on black vinyl and in color sleeve, 5000 made, (2nd pressing came in black & white sleeve, white vinyl and different labels, 2000 made.) First press has different mix (clearer, but a little bit less powerful).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): A-1 ▻ JLP-8401-1 RE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): A-1 ▻ JLP-8401-2 RE

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September 17, 2010

Outstanding punk-rock explosion. 20 short shits with a great smell! Not one song is lesser than the other. 2 sides continueous power. What makes this one so different from the poor "Beach Party 2000"? Let's just point my finger to the singer of the band, David Oldfield. When I asked him a few years back why this record was so outstanding and powerful, and the other one so utterly boring, he told me he couldn't tell, because after the first record, he was more or less put out of the band...

What other conclusions can I draw than that he was the driving power behind this formation.