Doa: 1978

Doa SKU: 38887406
Doa: 1978

Doa: 1978

Doa SKU: 38887406

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: 1978
Artist: Doa
Label: Sudden Death
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 652975012313
Genre: Rock

Double vinyl LP pressing. Sudden Death is excited to announce the release of the D.O.A. album 1978. It's a 21-track collection of never released demos, rare tracks and early singles from Canada's punk pioneers. Joey Shithead went deep into the vault and came up with some super exciting and raw punk rock. The album title and art concept is a spike-haired nod of the head to that early, dynamic era ofthe band and to the seven great former members who have since passed on. Their spirit and talent played a huge role into launching the band into worldwide prominence. The two constants on the album are Joey and Chuck Biscuits, who play on every track. From the start of 1978 begins their wild, "I don't give a shit" approach to punk rock. Now some forty years later one can hear it all, starting with the never-seen-the-light-of-day demo version of "The Enemy". This demo has a different set of lyrics that speaks to fighting Nazis-strange, what is old is new and vital again. There's a ton of exciting tracks that range from the never heard before, such as "Bored And Suicidal", "The Mutant", "No God No War", "Rip Dis Joint", "No Way Out" and "Rent-A-Riot", to classic early singles like "Fucked Up Ronnie", "Disco Sucks", "World War 3", "The Prisoner" and "13". Also included are demo versions of "America The Beautiful" and "Liar For Hire" with Biscuits drumming, which are wildly different than the classic versions you hear on War On 45. On this collection are the origins of hardcore and a full blast of D.O.A's politics and raucous humor.

1.1 The Enemy (1979 Demo)
1.2 No God, No War (1981 Demo)
1.3 Bored and Suicidal (1981 Demo)
1.4 Disco Sucks (1978 Single)
1.5 Fucked Up Ronnie (1981 Single)
1.6 Smash the State (1981 Demo)
1.7 I Hate You (1982 Demo)
1.8 The Mutant (1981 Demo)
1.9 Rip Dis Joint (1979 Demo)
1.10 World War 3 (1979 Single)
1.11 Nazi Training Camp (1978 Single)
1.12 America the Beautiful (1982 Demo)
1.13 Liar for Hire (1982 Demo)
1.14 No Way Out (1982 Demo)
1.15 Rent-A-Riot (1982 Demo)
1.16 Kill, Kill, This Is Pop
1.17 The Prisoner (1978 Single)
1.18 13 (1978 Single)
1.19 Woke Up Screaming (1978 Single)
1.20 Watcha Gonna Do? (1979 Single)
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