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Dirt Bike Annie

It Ain't Easy Bein' Single (Vinyl EPs And Rarities)

Dirtnap 23

Released on February 4, 2003

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This comp traces the evolution of beloved NYC band DIRT BIKE ANNIE from ultra-primitive pop-punk to the super-distinctive, Pixies-for-a-new- generation, insanely catchy rock powerhouse that they are today. With plenty of stops along the way for between-song drunken ramblings, inside-jokes, and stoopid covers taken from impossibly obscure tour-only Cd-r's, this exhaustive CD includes the first five 7"s from DIRTBIKE ANNIE on one CD, plus comp tracks, random between-song rants, and 7 never-before-released tracks! 31 songs, 41 tracks altogether, 77 minutes! (And if all that weren't enough, check out the liner notes by Now Wave Zine's Josh Rutledge, perhaps the best music writer in the underground!)

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Time To Rock With DBA  0%
2 Barracuda  0%
3 My Girl Left Me For A Chick  0%
4 Copperhead Penny  3%
5 Loco Burrito Mexican Girl Voted #3  8%
6 Adam Shouts Out  0%
7 Thanks For The Donuts  0%
8 Whatever Makes You Happy  3%
9 Chocodile USA  6%
10 Stupid Head  0%
11 Holiday Road  0%
12 I Go Mental  0%
13 Deano Lashes Out  0%
14 Double Bubble Fantastic  8%
15 Lazy Lucy  0%
16 TV Addict Sex Maniac  0%
17 Moo For Cash  8%
18 Show Review By Chris Moses  0%
19 Are You Ready For The Summer Voted #2  11%
20 The Ballad Of Johnny Heartbreak  0%
21 Next Time?  0%
22 Marcia, She's Trying To Kill Me  6%
23 Jeanie's Party Invite  0%
24 Rock And Roll Party Queen  3%
25 Letters And Numbers  6%
26 Bobby Sue  0%
27 What's Happening, Hot Stuff?  8%
28 Fred Talks About Fear  0%
29 Down The Drain  0%
30 Phone Sex Part 1  0%
31 The Warrior  3%
32 Debaser  0%
33 I Won't Fall In Love Today  0%
34 Knock On Wood  3%
35 Dan Is Ready  0%
36 Roommates  0%
37 Cecilia First  6%
38 Simple With Attitude  0%
39 Argument Voted #1  19%
40 Phone Sex Part 2  0%
41 Thirteen Ghosts  0%
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Ethan from Abingdon, VA 
Mar 23 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

what else is there to say about DBA? they rock, they're hilarious, they're original, and they seem to be some truly decent people. their music is nothing short of brilliant, their want to play nothing short of genuine. they are better than hundreds of bands out there, yet i bet if you asked them, they would say they are nothing special - and they would be serious. and they would be wrong. are they better than your favorite band? probably. their music is poppy, yet they don't forget the punk. and yet somehow, they don't sound like a million other pop-punk bands out there. that alone is a reason to get this. have i not sold you yet? if not, fuck you, go listen to something you "think" is punk, something that is truly just a watered-down version of somthing that used to be great, something that is made to be commercially conformative, something as fake as the world you choose to embrace. i'm not saying listening to DBA will make you "punk", i'm just saying someone who loves REAL punk rock should have this album and everything they put out. enough fucking talk - either buy it or don't, i'm sick of you.







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