Dead Milkmen

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Dead Milkmen - Bucky Fellini Bucky Fellini
Pop Used - LP ST 73260 Enigma
Hard To Find 1987 Original. Shrink Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Includes The Track "Instant Club Hit (You'll Dance To Anything").... more details
 
Dead Milkmen - Eat Your Paisley Eat Your Paisley
Pop New - LP 72131 Restless
Sealed 1986 Original With Insert. Pressed On Quiex Virgin Vinyl.... more details
 
Dead Milkmen - Bucky Fellini Bucky Fellini
Pop Used - LP 73260 Enigma
1987 Original.... more details
 
Dead Milkmen - Metaphysical Graffiti Metaphysical Graffiti
Pop Used - LP 73564 Enigma
1983 Original With Custom Insert.... more details
 
Dead Milkmen - Beelzebubba Beelzebubba
Pop Used - LP 73351 Enigma
1988 Original With Shrink Wrap And Custom Hype Sticker In Place. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Includes Insert.... more details
 
Dead Milkmen - Big Lizard In My Backyard Big Lizard In My Backyard
Pop Used - LP 2054 Enigma
1985 Original With Custom Insert. Debut Album From The Pranksters With Poppy Songs Features The Classic "Bitchin' Camaro." Bottom Left Corner Of Cover Has Been Pushed/Creased.... more details
 
Dead Milkmen - Pretty Music For Pretty Special People Pretty Music For Pretty Special People
Pop New - LP QE002S Quid Ergo
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition Original. Only 1000 Copies Pressed, This Title Was Almost Immediately Sold Out Upon Release. Contains Three Bonus Tracks Not On The CD Version. β€œIt's Been Close To Thirty Years Since The Dead Milkmen First Came Out Of Philadelphia With Their Own Satirical Brand Of Punk Rock. Debuting In 1985 With Big Lizard In My Backyard, Music Fans Were Treated To Jangly, Raucous Tunes About Small Town Politics ("Tiny Town"), Freedom Of Personal Beliefs ("Swordfish"), And The Classic Tale Of Youthful Entitlement That Is "Bitchin' Camaro." It Was Hard Not To Be Taken In By Their Snark And Wit, And Fans Who Were In On The Joke Would Laugh At The Jabs That Rodney Anonymous And Co. Were Throwing At The Landscape Of The Time. In 2011, The Band Released Their First Collection Of New Music In Over 15 Years, The King In Yellow. It Was Good, But Something Was Off. It's Back On With Pretty Music For Pretty People. Opening With The Title Track, Longtime Fans Will Immediately Recognize The Swirling Cacophony Of Classic Milkmen. "Pretty Music For Pretty People" Starts With A Whispered Intro, Later Bursting Into A Song That Would Be Fitting At A Carnival Or Circus. Weird Voices Make Up The Backing Vocals With Anonymous' Yowl Sounding Just Like It Did Years Ago (Heavy Philly Accent And All). The Song, Which Anonymous Describes As A New Reality "Where The Beatles Had Lost The War And The Velvet Underground Had Won, A World Where Billy Joel Could Never Get Into The Rock N' Roll Hall Of Fame But Kevorkian Death Could," Is An Instant Milkmen Classic.” – Punk News... more details
 

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