Recorded somewhere in New York and at the "Old" record plant in Los Angeles, R.I.P.!
A Warner Communications Company ℗ 1985 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
© 1985 Atlantic Recording Corporation Printed in U.S.A.
℗ 1985 Atlantic Records
All lyrics © 1985 Snidest Music Co., ASCAP.
Except "Leader of the Pack" published by EMI Music
Eddie Ojeda uses Charvel/Jackson Guitars, Marshall Amps, Floyd Rose Tremolo and Guild Strings.
Jay Jay French uses Guild Guitars & Strings, EMG Pickups and Marshall Amplification.
Dee Snider uses Kramer Guitars and Sassoon Protein Hair Re-Moisturizing Creme exclusively.
(Are you listening, Vidal?)
Mark "The Animal" Mendoza uses Guild Bass Guitars & Strings, EMG Pickups and Sunn Amplification.
A.J. Pero uses Ludwig Drums, Zildjian Cymbals, Latin Percussion, Duraline, DDrum, May E.A., & Drumworkshop exclusively.
Additional publicity by Amarillo Police Department, Amarillo, TX,;
Parents Music Resource Center, Tipper Gore;
Susan Baker; Senator Paula "Which side am I on anyway?" Hawkins
"Don't try to be a great man,
be a great asshole."
This album is dedicated to the memories of Gene T. Pero, Louis Segall and Raymond Glickman.
Pop-up die cut section for sewer lid on front sleeve.
Cardboard inner sleeve with lyrics and photos of band.
Double sided merchandise leaflet 8x11 on some copies.
Sticker: "Special limited edition pop-up album cover 81275-1-E".
Sticker: "Includes the single Leader Of The Pack 81275-1-E".
Pressing plant info taken from the Matrix / Runout area.
Humor: This record contains some words and phrases that require a sense of h-umor. If you don't have one, don't listen.
Matrix/runout contains pressing plant's SRC logo: S coiled around R and C.