The Chipmunks ‎– Chipmunk Punk

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Excelsior ‎– XLP-6008
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A1 Let's Go
Written-By – R. Ocasek*
A2 Good Girls Don't
Written-By – D. Fieger*
A3 How Do I Make You
Written-By – B. Steinberg*
A4 Refugee
Written-By – M. Campbell*, T. Petty*
A5 Frustrated
Written-By – B. Averre*, D. Fieger*
B1 Call Me
Written-By – D. Harry*, G. Moroder*
B2 You May Be Right
Written-By – B. Joel*
B3 Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Written-By – F. Mercury*
B4 My Sharona
Written-By – B. Averre*, D. Fieger*

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  • Matrix / Runout: A-7 XLP 6008A TRSR 580
  • Matrix / Runout: A-6 XLP 6008B TRSR580

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NA 555 C The Chipmunks Chipmunk Punk(Cass) K-tel NA 555 C Australia 1980 Sell This Version
6302 064 The Chipmunks Chipmunk Punk(LP, Album) Mercury 6302 064 UK 1980 Sell This Version
XLT-6008 The Chipmunks Chipmunk Punk(8-Trk, Album) Excelsior XLT-6008 USA & Canada 1980 Sell This Version
FIF-0006 The Chipmunks Chipmunk Punk(LP, Album) Fif FIF-0006 Brazil 1980 Sell This Version
XLP-6008, XLP 6008 The Chipmunks Chipmunk Punk(LP, Album) Excelsior, Excelsior XLP-6008, XLP 6008 Canada 1980 Sell This Version

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its4it

its4it

April 6, 2018
You won't be destroying my copy. That much is for sure.
puckdefender

puckdefender

December 2, 2017

I have made it my goal in life to destroy as many copies of this album as I can. So far I have destroyed 4 copies and I plan to destroy more
ElFamosoDemon

ElFamosoDemon

July 17, 2017

This has to be the worst album I currently own.
msr042377

msr042377

January 27, 2016
As a middle-aged man I wasn't expecting much from a Chipmunks album. Having been exposed to the Chipmunks throughout most of my youth I am quite aware of how they are supposed to sound. I am rather disappointed with this album because the quality of the singing is very much lacking and it's very hard to make sense out of anything they sing. Unless you already have the lyrics to all of these songs memorized, you likely won't understand anything they say. The band is forgettable but at least they play the songs well enough. On the positive note, the song selection for this album is rather creative for the era. Tom Petty's Refugee is a great song that they squeak through rather well. Blondie's Call Me is also a great 1980's period selection for these wretched rodents to sing and they're not too far from Debby Harry's voice.