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Dag Nasty

Wig Out at Denkos

Dischord 26

Released on June 24, 2002


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Wig Out was originally released on LP in 1987. It was doubled with the Can I Say LP for release on CD in 1991. Wig Out has been remastered in 2002 at Silver Sonya and is being re-issued separately with extra tracks. Tracks 1-10 appeared on the original LP, "Wig Out at Denko's"; tracks 11-15 are part of the "Mango Session", previously released on Selfless Records in 1985/6; tracks 16 and 17 are previously unreleased live acoustic versions recorded in 1987 in Albany New York.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Godfather Voted #2  13%
2 Trying  0%
3 Safe  8%
4 Fall Voted #3  13%
5 When I Move  8%
6 Simple Minds  0%
7 Wig Out At Denko's  8%
8 Exercise  4%
9 Dag Nasty Voted #1  21%
10 Crucial Three  0%
11 Safe  13%
12 Trying  0%
13 Fall  4%
14 Roger  0%
15 Mango  8%
16 When I Move  0%
17 I've Heard  0%
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Devin from Brentwood, TN 
Jul 30 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

not as good as Can I Say but still a fine album. Trying is a fucking hit!!! get Can I Say and then pick this up. Dave Smalley is more of a singer anyhow. If you listen to anything from Pennywise to Blink-182 you need to have this. Dag Nasty is the only reason those bands are around.

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Sep 23 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Yikes, only 33 days left to review this. I guess that tells you how often I've listened to this album since buying it. To be honest, it's not a bad album by any means but it is my least favorite Dag Nasty album. I don't own Field Day though so it's hard to say where it'd officially be on my list if I owned that.

Doug Carrion isn't a bad singer by any means but this album is indeed missing that unique vocal energy of Dave Smalley. Brain Baker (also of Minor Threat & Bad Religion fame) still delivers strong, as always. Certain songs on here actually sound like they could have belonged on Can I Say but other songs show an obvious progression with Baker using Doug's different vocal style to try something different rather than to try and have him imitate Dave Smalley and try to create Can I Say all over again.

So like I said, this isn't my favorite but it's still a solid effort. For those who don't own any Dag Nasty yet you should definitely pick up Can I Say, Four On The Floor, and Minority Of One since those are all really great Dag Nasty albums.

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Matt from Huntingtown, MD 
Apr 28 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Some OK stuff. Check out the Godfather. I would say get CAN I SAY before this one. Still good if you into bands like Bad Religon or the Descendents.

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Marcus from Tasmania, Australia 
Oct 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

aaah dag nasty! i got their new album and loved it.. they were always one of those bands that i had heard OF, but never really got to experience... i regret not listening to them earlier, i'm a huge bad religion fan.. this stuff just gets me so amped. i love it..!

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Cheapskate from Schenectady, NY 
Oct 3 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I was sort of disappointed by this album, especially after falling in love with "Can I Say." There's no Dave Smalley on this album and it definitly affects the album. Ever notice how a new singer can change the whole feel and sound of a band, well this album is a good example of that. I'd buy "Can I Say" before buying this album.

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Maria from Haifa, Israel 
Aug 21 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

wow, a total change of style from the first album. alot more emo. still good, but not really Dag Nasty you know..? get Can I Say.

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