Born Innocent

Born Innocent


Frontier Records
~Redd Kross
Vinyl

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Official Release Date Jul 09, 2002
Artist Redd Kross
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005139066
Item Code  0018663101811

track listing

1. Linda Blair2. White Trash3. Everyday There's Someone New4. Solid Gold5. Burn-Out6. Charlie7. Tatum O'Tot and the Fried Vegetables8. St. Lita Ford Blues9. Self Respect10. Pseudo-Intellectual11. Kill Someone You Hate12. Look on Up at the Bottom13. Cellulite City14. I'm Alright15. Cease to Exist16. Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me

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Originally issued in 1982, Born Innocent was the debut full-length release from Redd Kross, a band of suburban L.A. youth fronted by brothers Jeff (guitar, vocals) and Steve McDonald (bass). Aged 18 and 14, respectively, the aspiring punks are aided and abetted here by rhythm guitarist Tracy Lee and drummers Janet Housden and John Stielow as they attack these 16 songs with all the patience of over-stimulated teens and all the subtlety of a slasher flick. The average song length falls below the two-minute mark, during which time Jeff McDonald's whine is rarely coherent above the clamor of his band's brutal rock assault. The punk negation of titles like "Kill Someone You Hate," "Look up at the Bottom," and "Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me" couldn't be more appropriate descriptions for this music. "Solid Gold" is a slice of dislocated blues while "St. Lita Ford Blues" disintegrates from a stop-start punk party (complete with jubilant screams) to a raucous three-chord blur. Included for good measure are tributes to both actress Linda Blair ("Linda Blair") and serial killer Charles Manson ("Charlie" and a cover of Manson's own "Cease to Exist"). Though subsequent releases found Redd Kross cleaning up their act, this debut captures them in all their youthful glory; documenting the sound of the McDonalds and company unleashed on an unsuspecting set of guitars, bass, and drums.

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