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White People and the Damage Done

2 April 2013

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  Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
The Brown Lipstick Parade
5:12
2
John Dillinger
3:55
3
Werewolves of Wall Street
3:27
4
Road Rage
2:37
5
Mid-East Peace Process
3:01
6
Hollywood Goof Disease
3:34
7
White People and the Damage Done
5:09
8
Crapture
4:41
9
Burgers of Wrath
5:33
10
Shock-U-Py!
7:34
11
The Brown Lipstick Parade (Spit Valve brASS Mix)
5:14
12
Burgers of Wrath (Slight Rural Extension)
5:51
13
Crapture (Flight F.I.N.A.L. Space Blast Extension)
6:51
14
Shock-U-Py! (Soul Clap Mix)
7:33


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 2 April 2013
  • Label: Alternative Tentacles
  • Copyright: 2013 Alternative Tentacles
  • Total Length: 1:10:12
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B00BS7L54E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,155 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 5 Jan 2014
By Oldy
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What can I say, I am not worthy to review Jello, he can never fail to hit the mark, ferocious music with slick clever lyrics
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5.0 out of 5 stars amazing 13 Dec 2013
By Bod
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The best punk CD release in many years, if you haven't got it , get it, enjoy amazing stuff.......punks not dead
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Biafra. 9 Oct 2013
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Another excellent offering from Jello & GSM. Biafra continues his relentless attack on all that's wrong with this world. Biafra at his thought provoking best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jello Biafra in an absolute return to form 1 Oct 2013
Format:Audio CD
The Guantanamo School of Medicine began as Jello's back up band in celebration of his 50th year. Afterwards they became a new project and Jello's first time with a band that had no musical legacy outside of the pairing. Having previously worked with various other bands to provide the musical backdrop to his post-DKs political rantings, this was the first time that it would be wholly Jello. Everything the band has done has been good but this is their first essential release.

The Audacity of Hype had some great songs and it was great to hear Jello singing again. However, the songs were a bit awkward, which I can only put down to the political timing of its release. Obama-fever had stormed the US but it was too early to really see what he was going to do or where the nation was going to go. This left Jello singing posthumously (if only literally!) about George Bush Jr as well as pulling some songs out of his earlier work as part of the No WTO Combo (Electronic Plantation and New Feudalism). At 9 years old, regardless of the quality of the songs, the could hardly be called of the zeitgeist. This was followed by an EP, Enhanced Methods of Questioning. Again, a good release but the songs felt, to me, a little bloated, in spite their reasonable length. In fact, in almost complete contradiction of myself, the highlight of the EP was the bonus near-20 minute jam of a Deviants cover (apparently, never checked out the original) while the rest struggled to grab me. What's more, the politics, while interesting, had seemed to localise itself somewhat. Their was fire in Jello's belly, but the flames had burned more fiercely in the past and had been of a wider scope.

Now, such an accusation I cannot direct towards this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jello still has it! 27 Jun 2013
By Bing
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This is a really good album. Old skool west coast punk mixed with Jello's biting and satiric look at today's world and everything that's wrong with it. It's as if the DK's had never gone away!
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