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The Suicide Commandos - The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert album

The Suicide Commandos - The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert album

  • Performer: The Suicide Commandos
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert
  • Released: 2002
  • Style: Punk
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1933 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1653 mb
  • Other: MP1 AA MIDI FLAC VOC MOD XM
  • Rating: 4.2
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Description

Complete your The Suicide Commandos collection.

The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert - Студийный альбом от The Suicide Commandos. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 32 треков.

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The Suicide Commandos are an American punk rock trio from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They formed in 1975 and released two 7" EPs on an indie label in 1976 and 1977 before signing with Blank Records (a subsidiary label of Mercury Records) in 1977 and releasing one album, Make a Record

The Suicide Commandos ‎– The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert. Label: Garage D'or ‎– 005. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.

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The Suicide Commandos were one of the pioneering Midwestern punk bands, a scrappy trio that formed in 1974 and paved the way for fellow heartland iconoclasts like the Replacements, Hüsker Dü and, to some extent, Pere Ubu. They only lasted a few years, but they left an indelible imprint on the regional rock scene. Originally issued in 1976 on Twin/Tone, Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert was the label's first "full-length" LP - the scare quotes are there because this album barely tips the scales at 27 minutes - and the band's final album

Redirected from Make a Record). The Suicide Commandos are an American punk rock trio from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They formed in 1975 and released two 7" EPs on an indie label in 1976 and 1977 before signing with Blank Records (a subsidiary label of Mercury Records) in 1977 and releasing one album, Make a Record.

A live album, The Suicide Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert was released on Twin/Tone Records in 1979, which was their last performance together before the band broke up. Only 1,000 numbered copies were pressed. In 2000 it was re-released on CD by Garage D'Or Records. On January 17, 2009 the Suicide Commandos played a benefit at Nick & Eddie in Minneapolis for Laura Kennedy, bassist and founding member of the NYC no-wave band the Bush Tetras, who had recently received a liver transplant. David Thomas of Pere Ubu was guest vocalist. November 7th, 2009 was declared "Suicide Commando Day" in the city of Minneapolis, MN by Mayor RT Rybak.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Shock Appeal
Written-By – Osgood*
A2 Attacking The Beat
Written-By – Almaas*
A3 She
Written-By – Boyce, Hart*
A4 She Said Yeah
Written-By – Williams*
A5 I'll Wait
Written-By – Almaas*
A6 Take A Dive
Written-By – Osgood*
A7 It Doesn't Matter
Written-By – Almaas*
A8 Emission Control
Written-By – Osgood*
A9 Cliche Ole
Written-By – Osgood*
A10 Monster Au Go Go
Written-By – Almaas*
B1 Three Cool Cats
Written-By – Lieber, Stoller*
B2 It's My Life
Written-By – D' errico*, Atkins*
B3 My Little Red Book
Written-By – Bacharach*, David*
B4 Keep Your Hands To Yourself
Written-By – Almaas*
B5 Wild In The Streets
Written-By – Jeffreys*
B6 Complicated Fun
Written-By – Osgood*
B7 Burn It Down
Written-By – Osgood*
B8 O Carole / Petticoat Junction
Written-By [O Carole] – Berry*Written-By [Petticoat Junction] – Massey*, Henning*
B9 Born To Be Wild
Written-By – Bonfire*
C1 Shake
Written-By – Levine*, Resnick*
C2 Journey To The Center Of The Mind
Written-By – Farmer*, Nugent*
C3 The American Ruse
Written-By – MC5
C4 Seven Deadly Finns
Written-By – Eno*
C5 Fire
Written-By – Brown*, Crane*
C6 You Play To Hard
Written-By – Almaas*
C7 I Think Of You
Written-By – Almaas*
C9 Semi Smart
Written-By – Almaas*
C9 There Goes Gladys
Written-By – Almaas*
D1 Mosquito Crucifixion
Written-By – Osgood*
D2 Real Cool
Written-By – Osgood*
D3 Weekend Warrior
Written-By – Ahl*
D4 Call Of The Wild
Written-By – Osgood*
D5 Fireball 500
Written-By – Almaas*
D6 You Can't
Written-By – Wilkinson*, Almaas*
D7 I Need A Torch
Written-By – Almaas*
D8 River Deep Mountain High
Written-By – Spector, Greenwich, Barry*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Abraxas
  • Distributed By – Runt

Credits

  • Artwork By [1978], Layout [1978] – Bruce C. Allen
  • Bass, Vocals – Steve Almaas
  • Drums, Vocals – Dave Ahl
  • Guitar, Vocals – Chris Osgood
  • Layout [Package, 2002] – Ron Clark
  • Liner Notes – Chris Osgood , Terry Katzman, Tim Carr
  • Mixed By [House Mix] – Steve Fjelstad
  • Other [Lights] – Linda Hultquist
  • Other [Photo Montage] – TK
  • Other [Research And Archiving] – Grant Johnson , Mark Janovec
  • Photography – Danny Amis, Gorton, Greg Helgeson, John Gundlach, Michael Markos, Peter Kosberg, Phil Hernandez, Tim Crowe
  • Producer – Terry Katzman
  • Recorded By [Live] – Paul Stark
  • Remastered By [For The Vinyl] – Tim Mac

Notes

Recorded Live at Jay's Longhorn Minneapolis, MN November 24th, 1978 (their final show)

Originally released in 1979 on Twin Tone Records (TTR 7906), this reissue is expanded to 36 tracks.

Insert with credits, photos, and notes.

Distributed Worldwide
By Abraxas/Runt

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RUR 034 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RUR 034 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): RR 34-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): RUR 034 D

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TTR 7906 The Suicide Commandos The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Twin/Tone Records TTR 7906 US 1979
TTR 7906 The Suicide Commandos The Suicide Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert ‎(CDr, Album, RE) Twin/Tone Records TTR 7906 US 1999
TTR 7906-19 The Suicide Commandos The Suicide Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert ‎(CDr, Album, RE) Twin/Tone Records TTR 7906-19 US 2003
005 The Suicide Commandos The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert ‎(CD, Album, Num, RE) Garage D'or 005 US 2000
005 The Suicide Commandos The Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert ‎(CD, Album, RE) Garage D'or 005 US 2010