Didjits - Strictly Dynamite (Rsd) Green [Colored Vinyl] (Grn) [Record Store Day] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Killboy Powerhead
2. Max Wedge
3. Stingray
4. Captain Ahab
5. Plate in My Head
6. Gold Eldorado
7. Mama Had a Skull Baby
8. Under the Christmas Fish
9. Evel Knievel
10. Fire in the Hole
11. Who's Ready to Get High
12. Jerry Lee
13. Headless
14. Top Fuel
15. Pet Funeral
16. Joliet
17. Dad
18. Que Sirhan Sirhan
19. High Powered Rifle
20. Feel Like a Zombie (Uxb)
21. Melvin Takes a Dive
22. Adolescent Hormones
23. Beating the Dog (Uxb)
24. Syphillis (Uxb)
25. Jumbo Macho Big
26. She Had My Baby
27. Wuh (Uxb)
28. Rebap 25
29. I Fought the War (Uxb)
30. Here Comes the Cat (Uxb)
31. See My Scar
32. Big Mama
33. Chantilly Lace
34. Fix Some Food Bitch (Whoop My Head Version)

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Limited Edition of 1500 green 180 gram 2xLP includes a full bonus LP of Rarities and unseen photos and memorabilia, curated by Rick Sims and David Landis. The recklessness and abandon that got me into punk in the first place... a teetering train about to off the rails. I couldn't wait to hear what was next. - Dexter Holland (The Offspring) The best Rock and Roll band of the 80s. - Steve Albini (Shellac, Big Black) Kick Ass Rock and Roll... I'm in love! - Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys). Didjits began in Champaign-Urbana in 1985. Rick Sims (vocals/guitar) and brother, Brad Sims (drums) recruited bassist Doug Evans to complete the three-piece. They recorded two albums before Touch and Go picked them up in 1988. By this time Rick Sims had transformed into the notorious frontman, Rick Didjit, whose on-stage antics were only as famous as his frequently hilarious wardrobe of unconventional suits. The band's straight-up fast brand of rock didn't sound like much else the label was putting out at the time, but nonetheless, they attracted a large cult following.