A detailed discography of releases by the hardcore punk musician and spoken word artist Jello Biafra:
Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables - September 1980
Plastic Surgery Disasters - November 1982
Frankenchrist - October 1985
Bedtime for Democracy - November 1986
A Skateboard Party - August 1983
Mutiny on the Bay - February 2001
Live at the Deaf Club - March 2004
Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death - June 1987
Milking the Sacred Cow - October 2007
In God We Trust, Inc. - December 1981
California Über Alles - June 1979
Holiday in Cambodia - May 1980
Kill the Poor - October 1980
Too Drunk to Fuck - May 1981
Nazi Punks Fuck Off! - November 1981
Bleed for Me - July 1982
Halloween - December 1982
The Early Years Live - July 1987
The Lost Tapes - July 2003
DMPO's on Broadway - February 2004
The WitchTrials - 1980, with Adrian Borland, Morgan Fisher, Christian Lunch and East Bay Ray
The Power of Lard - 1989
The Last Temptation of Reid - 1990
Pure Chewing Satisfaction - 1997
70's Rock Must Die - 2000
Live from the Battle in Seattle - 1999
No More Cocoons - 1987
High Priest of Harmful Matter − Tales From the Trial - 1989
I Blow Minds for a Living - 1991
Beyond the Valley of the Gift Police - 1994
If Evolution Is Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Evolve - 1998
Become the Media - 2000
The Big Ka-Boom, Pt. 1 - 2002
Machine Gun in the Clown's Hand - 2002
In the Grip of Official Treason - 2006
Die for Oil Sucker/Pledge of Allegiance - 1991
The Green Wedge - 2000
The End of Music (As We Know It), vocals on "How Do You Spell Relief?" by Bank of Sodom (Vocals: Jello Biafra, Drums: David Licht, Other instruments: Kramer [David Licht and Kramer are both from Shockabilly]) - 1988
Last Scream Of The Missing Neighbors - 1989, with D.O.A.
Supernaut EP - 1990, with 1000 Homo DJs (credited as Count Ringworm)
The Sky is Falling and I Want My Mommy - 1991, with NoMeansNo
Tumor Circus - 1991, with Steel Pole Bathtub
"Will the Fetus Be Aborted?" single - 1993, with Mojo Nixon
Prairie Home Invasion - 1994, with Mojo Nixon
Never Breathe What You Can't See - 2004, with The Melvins (credited as Osama McDonald)
Sieg Howdy! - 2005, with The Melvins
"Jezebel" single - 2008, with Brown Town West
Walk on Jindal's Splinters - 2015, with The Raunch and Soul All-Stars
The Audacity of Hype - 2009
Enhanced Methods of Questioning - 2011
White People and the Damage Done - 2013
Terminal City Ricochet Soundtrack - 1989
Less Rock, More Talk: A Spoken Word Compilation - 2000
Apocalypse Always - 2002
Mob Action Against The State - 2002
Green Revolution - A Good Planet is Hard To Find - 2002
Dropping Food On Their Heads is Not Enough: Benefit For RAWA - 2002
Hardcore Breakout USA 1,2,3,... - 2004
Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1 - 2004
Radio 1190: The Local Shakedown Volume 2 - 2004
Hardcore Breakout - Essential Punk - 2012
The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What You Say (1989) by Ice-T — spoken word sampled on "Shut Up, Be Happy" and "Freedom Of Speech"
Chaos A.D. (1993) by Sepultura — co-writing and vocals on "Biotech is Godzilla"
Notes From Thee Underground (1994) by Pigface — contributions to "Hagseed"
Ixnay on the Hombre (1997) by The Offspring — spoken word parts for "Disclaimer"
Just Trip (1997) by Life After Life — vocals on "Still Is Still Moving To Me"
Let Us Play! (1997) by Coldcut — vocals on "Every Home a Prison"
Deviant (2000) by Pitchshifter — spoken word parts for "As Seen on T.V."
America's Sweetheart (2000) by Spit
Nation (2001) by Sepultura — vocals on "Politricks"
Surgical Meth Machine (2016) by Surgical Meth Machine; vocals on "I Don't Wanna"
Jello Biafra discography Wikipedia
*War (If It Feels Good, Do It) (2004) by various artists — spoken word sampled on "Nobody Cares (Die For Oil Sucker)" by the DJs of Mass Destruction''Hardcore Breakout USA 1,2,3,... (2004) by Various, vocals on JFA "Clown Part"
The Code Is Red...Long Live the Code (2005) by Napalm Death — vocals on "The Great and the Good"
Broker's Banquet (2005) by The Yuppie Pricks — vocals on "Damn, It Feels Good To Be A Yuppie"
Tool - Parabola- "Parabola" is a song by the American rock band Tool, the song was released as the second single from their third studio album Lateralus. It was released in 2002 as a promo only, however, on December 20, 2005, the single was re-released, which includes the song and a DVD containing the music video and an optional "dual" audio commentary on the video by Jello Biafra of Dead Kennedys fame. The dual commentary consists of two separate recordings of Biafra's voice, one playing in each stereo channel. The DVD was released alongside a DVD single for "Schism" as well.
*Rio Grande Blood (2006) by Ministry — vocals on "Ass Clown"Cocked and Loaded (2006) by Revolting Cocks — lead vocals on "Dead End Streets"
Liberty Toast (2006) by Disaster Strikes — backing vocals on "Mission Accomplished"
J'Irai Chier dans ton Vomi (2006) by Métal Urbain — producer and vocals in "Inventer ta vie"
Grand 'ol Party Crash (2006) by Cage
Children of the Secret State (2006) by Throw Rag
Pandelirium (2006) by Th' Legendary Shack Shakers — vocals on "Ichabod!" and "No Such Thing"
Deadline (2007) by Leftöver Crack and Citizen Fish — spoken word parts for "Baby-Punchers"
Everybody Make Some Noise! (2008) by The A.K.A.s (Are Everywhere!) — spoken word on "Deaf Before Dishonor"
Rocky Mountain Low: The Colorado Musical Underground Of The 1970s (2009) by various artists, vocals with The Healers on "School Bus", "Cruisin", "Obey The Law", and "California Über Alles"