Label:Fat Wreck Chords – FAT 513-1
Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Melodic Hardcore, Punk


A1Island Of Shame
A3Know It All
A4Stokin' The Neighbours
A5Give It Back
A7Goin' South
B2Coffee And Cigarettes
B3Brown Eyed Girl
Written-ByVan Morrison
B4Whipping Boy
B5No One
B6Bye For Now

Companies, etc.



Recorded at West Beach.

Includes a lyric insert.

Printed in Canada.

Vinyl mastering company uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 51097-0513-1 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): FAT 513 A - MA - METALERS ANONOMOUS - 666 - IRON L-42115
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): FAT 513 B - LAGWAGON - A WACKY BAND L-42115-X

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Trashed (Cassette, Album)Fat Wreck ChordsFAT 513-4US1994
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Trashed (CD, Album)Fat Wreck ChordsFAT 513-2US1994
New Submission
Trashed (CD, Album)Fat Wreck ChordsFAT 513-2US1994
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Trashed (CD, Album)Fat Wreck ChordsFAT 513Japan1994
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Trashed (CD, Album, Repress)Fat Wreck ChordsFAT 513-2US1995


  • fruitkiller's avatar
    Their absolute best album. Perfect melodic hardcore punk album, although after a few uninteresting albums after Derrick (RIP) and Sean Dewey left the band during the Hoss tour where they took a pop-punk turn, like many of its peers, where it became an annoyance to say you liked them, NUFAN or AFI, when they almost entirely changed band members except for the singer (Lagwagon had a more stable line-up, until Jesse quit after that pretty good 2008 EP, where only Joey and the tall Chris remained from the original line-up, filling up the rest with ex RKL members, they went on to make something close to this one with Hang, I don't know if Hang will stand the test of time like this one though, and I wonder why their much superior version of Choke here on the re-release wasn't included, a lot more hard hitting and sad at the same time song that was diluted in Double Plaidinum, their worst album, with a session second guitarist and that weird can detect the unreleased songs from their first 4 albums on that Let's Talk About Leftovers compilation of rarities (which was nowhere complete as the Duh, Trashed and Hoss re-releases have shown) that what was left-out of that weird muffled production on DP should have been included and others removed.

    While as for Trashed, even the regular no-bonus album is amazing from beginning to end. I've listened to this album at least once a year since I got it on cassette back then (I had one of the last very high-end Sony Walkmans and the sound was just as good as the CD). It's a pretty serious album and the lighter songs still have enough energy and velocity not to be considered pop-punk, like what they did in Hoss where some songs are skippable, although the good songs on that one redeem it as to be considered a classic, their first 3 albums being up there with Pennywise's and No Use For A Name's first 3 albums. It seems like only Propagandhi didn't get poppy in the late 90's from those socal punk/melodic hardcore punk bands ( a big generalization, but it happened even with bands like F.Y.P and NOFX's worst album "Heavy Petting Zoo", where I can only remember 3 songs being great, although that band, and Lag themselves corrected their direction (in my opinion, of course) with Blaze.



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