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Weirdos

Weird World Vol. 2

Frontier 31075

Released on August 26, 2003


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In early 1977 the WEIRDOS' mighty sound and singular style were the Big Bang igniting the L.A. punk scene. After legendary records on Bomp, Dangerhouse and Rhino, the WEIRDOS released their debut LP, Condor, and the crucial Weird World, Vol. I on Frontier. We Got the Neutron Bomb is a collection of rare studio and live recordings from their own private bomb shelter celebrating WEIRDO year 26, proof that great things come to those who wait. There is time, and there is Timeless

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Terrain  0%
2 Cyclops Helicopter  8%
3 7 & 7 Is  0%
4 Shining Silver Light  8%
5 What Will You Do?  2%
6 Hey Big Oil  0%
7 It Means Nothing  4%
8 Hideout  13%
9 Jungle Rock  0%
10 Fat Back  0%
11 Skateboards To Hell  0%
12 Barbaric Americana  0%
13 We Got The Neutron Bomb Voted #1  25%
14 Destroy All Music Voted #2  25%
15 I Want What I Want  0%
16 I'm Not Like You Voted #3  15%
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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Jan 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Yup, I'll agree with everyone else and say that the Weirdos are definitely underrated. This is probably because a majority of their releases were spread out on EP's and they never really released a real full length LP until far later on in their career. Either way, this compilation contains a whole array of very solid material. It took me a few listens though for me to really enjoy certain songs but I can consider that a good thing since there was certain songs that maybe I didn't care for the first time but they caught my attention upon a second and third listening. That and you don't find all that many punk bands that can sneak in some good instrumentals into their catalog. Also pick up Weird World '77-'81 Vol. 1, it has a ton of great songs on there too.

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Jeff from Danville, CA 
Jul 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Weirdos. fucking awesome unique underrated overlooked '77 LA punk rock band. although not as good as weird world volume 1, this is still essential. it was a pleasant surprise to find out that flea plays bass on the first two tracks. Best Tracks are The Hideout, Cyclops Helicopter, Destoy all Music, We Got The Neutron bomb, 7 & 7 is, and Shining silver light. theres some interesting industrial instrumentals, hey big oil and skateboards to hell. but it now bitches, along with volume 1.

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Erik from Lancaster, CA 
Oct 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ahhh...The Weirdos. One of the greatest and most underated punk rock bands in the history of rock n' roll. Back in the late 70's Johnny Rotten was quoted as saying that "The Weirdos were fabulous". The Damned jammed on stage with The Weirdos in 77" on their first U.S. tour. The Germs have been given all the credit as being the definitive L.A. punk rock group but if you really take a look you will see that it is in fact The Weirdos who played a major and positive roll in the world's view of the L.A. punk scene. You only have to put on headphones and listen to "Cyclops Helicopter" to understand that their is a lot going on here.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Aug 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is so amazing! It makes you remember what punk rock was suppost to sound like and how the energy felt! If you are a fan of bands like The Briefs, Buzzcocks, or any late 70's early 80's punk, you will fall in love with this CD. I highly recommend it!

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Jake from Elgin, IL 
Jul 16 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This really is one of the best albums ever. So different from anything you'll ever hear because these guys weren't trying to be punk they were being different from everything and they succeeded. With the exception to op ivy and some others this is one of the best albums ever. Every song is different and better than the last.





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