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The legendary New Jersey punk-pop band that had a major impact on the scene in the early 90s, described as "Guns N Roses meets The Sex Pistols with the Ramones sense of humor". They called us and said they were cleaning out their vaults. We expressed interest in releasing some of the tracks and they insisted that money had to exchange hands.

They finally offered us enough.

This collection features some tracks produced by famed Judas Priest/Black Sabbath/Budgie/Cat Stevens producer Tom Allom. Also contains a cover of AC/DC's "Highway To Hell", which won the MTV "Highway To Fame" contest, as well as various other covers (detailed below) and Bad Biscut originals.

1. Valvoline
2. Believe It
3. Finish What You Started
4. Blood Sucking Freaks
5. Chelsea Hotel
6. Faith (George Michael)
7. Ceasor My Son
8. Day In The Life
9. Thunder Falling
10. Den Of Sin
11. Highway To Hell (AC/DC)
12. Kleenex (Generation X)
13. Chinese Rocks (The Ramones)
14. If I Didn't Love You (Squeeze)
15. I Want To Hold Your Hand (The Beatles)
16. Happily Ever After
17. Not Tellin' You
18. Gabble Babble
19. Tell That Girl To Shut Up (Transvision Vamp)
20. I Think I Love You (The Partridge Family)
21. Grommy Grones
22. Blitzkrieg Bop (live w/ Scotti Hill) (The Ramones)

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Other CDs by Bad Biscut:
Shag Abbey
The American Dream? Deluxe Edition

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