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Ism (2)A Diet For The Worms

Genre:Rock
Style:Hardcore, Punk
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Tracklist

Auto Theft In New York City2:44
White Castle At 3 AM3:37
White, Straight And Male2:46
Herpes Simplex II2:18
Man/Boy Love Sickie3:38
John Hinckley Jr. (What Has Jodie Foster Done To You?)1:45
I Think I Love You2:03
Life Ain't No Bowl Of Brady Bunch3:41
Dance Club Meat Market3:58
Medley: Vegetarian At A Barbeque / Shitlist3:07
Drunk Driving2:03
Proud To Be Guilty3:27
Moon The Moonies2:16
Put On Your Warpaint4:40

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Cover of A Diet For The Worms, 1983, VinylA Diet For The Worms
LP, Album
Red Logo On Front Cover
S.I.N. Records – SJ-004US1983US1983
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Cover of A Diet For The Worms, 1983, VinylA Diet For The Worms
LP, Album
Black Logo On Front Cover
S.I.N. Records – SJ-004US1983US1983
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Cover of A Diet For The Worms, 2017, VinylA Diet For The Worms
LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Green/Purple Swirl
Ship To Shore Phonograph Co. – STS-016US2017US2017
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Cover of A Diet For The Worms, 2017, VinylA Diet For The Worms
LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Ship To Shore Phonograph Co. – STS-016US2017US2017
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USKD_Duke_Decter's avatar
Edited 9 months ago
Solid re-release, sounds exactly like the original, possibly a bit more low end. Includes lyrics and liner notes from the living members of the band. I take exception to the singers input, an old man named J.Ism, who states his band was the "ONLY hardcore band with a right-wind ideology," and because of this, they fell out of favor with Jello Biafra. However, as any true punk knows, F from Florida was every bit as popular as Ism, if not more, and they had a picture of Reagan on the back cover saying "I'm damn proud of those boys." Plus the F logo was a damn American flag, (so sukkit, Ism). Unlike Ism, Jello Biafra liked F, and featured them on the Tim Yohannan dedication record, because unlike Ism, F was actually FUNNY. Ism, while they may be great musicians, are as serious as a Leftist at a fat white womens protest.
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cosloidian
this is a great record i still love it didn't know it was reissued. salute! i don't think it needed to get remastered. but maybe it did.