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!!Destroy Oh Boy!!

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Released  1993
Artist  New Bomb Turks
Label  Crypt Records
Producer  Mike Mariconda
Release date  1993
Genre  Garage punk
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!!Destroy-Oh-Boy!! is the debut album by the American garage punk group New Bomb Turks. It was released in 1993 by Crypt Records. It was released to very positive reviews.

Contents

Production

!!Destroy-Oh-Boy!! was recorded at Coyote Studios in Brooklyn, New York. All songs on the album are credited to the New Bomb Turks with the exception of the song "Mr. Suit", a cover of the British punk rock band Wire's song from their debut album Pink Flag (1977).

Bassist of the group Matt Reber recalled "I didn't think anyone would like the "Destroy Oh-Boy" record". Vocalist Eric Davidson also noted he "...figured, for sure, it would be stacked in the back of Used Kids Records in Columbus and they'd be putting them out in the dollar bins, every couple of months. That's what I figured.".

Reception

Despite the band's notions, the album was released to what Allmusic declared "universally great reviews". In 1993, Spin Magazine wrote very positive review of the bands' work and labeled the album "Highly Recommended". In the same year, Alternative Press praised the band in their album review stating that "...Suddenly, not only have both prole-threat punk bashery and destructo-rock found fresh voices, they've been melded into a seamless new terror all its own". Allmusic gave the album 4½ stars out 5 and made it their pick as the band's top album.

Despite the praise, the album failed to chart.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Eric Davidson, except where noted; all music composed by The New Bomb Turk.

The LP version includes "Spinnin' Clock" after "Tattooed Apathetic Boys"; "Cryin' into the Beer of a Drunk Man" is omitted on the LP, but appears as the b-side on the "Dragstrip Riot" 7" single. Also a 7" single (red vinyl) of "I'm Weak" was released with a B-side cover of The Rolling Stones "Summer Romance" on Get Hip records in 1993. A version of the album also includes the songs "Let's Dress Up the Naked Truth" and "Hapless Attempt".

The band

  • Eric Davidson – vocals
  • Jim Weber – guitar
  • Matt Reber – bass guitar
  • Bill Randt – drums
  • Technical staff

  • Mike Mariconda – producer
  • Albert Caiati – engineer
  • Songs

    1Born Toulouse‐Lautrec2:34
    2Tail Crush2:34
    3Up For a Downslide2:26

    References

    !!Destroy-Oh-Boy!! Wikipedia


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