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Fear Of A Punk Planet

by The Vandals

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Brandon of Oxnard
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Brandon of Oxnard I love this album. Its good wholesome down to earth music that the whole family can enjoy. Songs about love, Songs about hate. Songs about venting and letting it all out, Songs about how you really feel deep down inside. Songs about pong, Songs about Suzy Wong, my own personal pizza tran, except shes Mexican and works at a hardware store. Songs about life and growing up in America. Beautiful. Favorite track: Pizza Tran.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $9 USD

     

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    BRAND NEW! Exclusive purple swirl vinyl of this classic Vandals LP which launched the Josh Freese era, produced by the late, great, Bob Casale of DEVO. The cover photo was created by Rudolf Schwarzkogler and recently hung in a fancy museum show in Los Angeles celebrating iconic album cover art. It also comes with a courtesy insert with lyrics and scandalous photo. All copies come with a download code, even though you get to download from here as well. So you are basically getting 3 copies of this album for the price of one!

    This release carries all the bonus tracks of the anniversary edition but has the art of the classic edition. You're welcome.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Fear Of A Punk Planet via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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      $16 USD

     

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about

This is the first album of the Josh Freese era recorded in 1990 while Joe was in law school. We were very excited to have an album produced by Bob Casale, aka Bob 2 of Devo.
This is the dawn of the line-up that endures to this day, 25 years later.

The last 4 tracks are bonus material added to the "Anniversary Edition" in the year 2000 or so.

The art on the cover is quite significant. It was licensed from the great Austrian perfomance artist Rudolf Schwarzkogler. Check him out: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Schwarzkogler

credits

released June 19, 2014

David Quackenbush, Warren Fitzgerald, Josh Freese. Produced by Bob Casale (Devo).
Guest Appearances by Kelsey Grammar, Dweezil Zappa, Moon Zappa, Scott Thunes.

The cover photo was created by Austrian artist Rudolf Schwartzkogler and was featured in a recent art exhibit in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles.

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