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Misfits (Misfits album)

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Released  July 1, 1986
Producer  Misfits, SPOT
Release date  1 July 1986
Length  40:19
Artist  Misfits
Label  Astralwerks
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Recorded  January 1978 January 1979 August 1980 1981 July 1983 1985
Genres  Punk rock, Horror punk, Hardcore punk
Similar  Misfits albums, Horror punk albums, Other albums

Misfits is a compilation album of early songs from the American punk rock band the Misfits. The compilation is officially titled Misfits, but is commonly referred to as Collection I and was made up as the first half of a pair with the later release of the compilation album Collection II It includes several versions of songs that are exclusive to this compilation.


Album information

"She" is the version which first appeared on Legacy of Brutality. "Hollywood Babylon" and "Bullet", from the Bullet EP, vary only slightly from the Static Age LP. The most noticeable difference is the "1,2,3,4" intro to "Bullet."

"Horror Business" and "Teenagers From Mars" are from the Horror Business EP. This "Teenagers from Mars" is unique in that it retains the engineer's introduction from the original 7" that would be edited out of the version on the Box Set. The one on the Box Set also fades out at the end.

"Where Eagles Dare" is from the Horror Business sessions and is a mix that was prepared for a proposed "Who Killed Marilyn?" 12" that never came out. A similar mix, but without the "backwards feedback" intro and using heavy reverb, was included on Legacy of Brutality.

"Night of the Living Dead", "Vampira", "Skulls", and "Astro Zombies" are alternate mixes of the tracks recorded during the 3 Hits from Hell/12 Hits From Hell sessions.

"London Dungeon" and "Ghouls Night Out" are from the 3 Hits from Hell EP. "I Turned Into a Martian" is a different mix of the Walk Among Us track. The remaining tracks are from the Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood and Die, Die My Darling releases.


The compilation was well received, with Allmusic saying that for the "benighted," the album is the best place to start. "Everything that made the Misfits great is here... The band is loud and defiant, as is Glenn Danzig, whose considerable vocal chops are well displayed here."

Track listing

All songs written by Glenn Danzig

Side one

  1. "She" – 1:22
  2. "Hollywood Babylon" – 2:20
  3. "Bullet" – 1:38
  4. "Horror Business" – 2:45
  5. "Teenagers from Mars" – 2:43
  6. "Night of the Living Dead"- 1:57
  7. "Where Eagles Dare" – 2:08
  8. "Vampira" – 1:21
  9. "I Turned into a Martian" – 1:43
  10. "Skulls" – 1:58

Side two

  1. "London Dungeon" – 2:34
  2. "Ghouls Night Out" – 1:57
  3. "Astro Zombies" – 2:11
  4. "Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight?" – 2:01
  5. "Die, Die My Darling" – 3:09
  6. "Earth A.D." – 2:09
  7. "Devilock" – 1:26
  8. "Death Comes Ripping" – 1:53
  9. "Green Hell" – 1:53
  10. "Wolfs Blood" – 1:11


  • Glenn Danzig - vocals, overdubbed guitar
  • Franché Coma - guitar on tracks 1-3
  • Bobby Steele - guitar on tracks 4-13
  • Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein - guitar, background vocals on tracks 6, 8-10, and 12-20
  • Jerry Only - bass, background vocals
  • Mr. Jim - drums on tracks 1-3
  • Joey Image - drums on tracks 4, 5, and 7
  • Arthur Googy - drums on tracks 6, 8-13, and 15
  • ROBO - drums on tracks 14, and 16-20
  • Songs

    2Hollywood Babylon2:20


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