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Descendents - Milo Goes To College
Descendents - Milo Goes To College
Performer: Descendents
Title: Milo Goes To College
Label: SST Records
Country: US
Released: 2010
Style: Hardcore, Punk
Cat: SST 142
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2049 mb | MP3 size: 1364 mb | WMA size: 2577 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1I'm Not A Loser
Written-By – Navetta
1:30
2Tonyage
Written-By – Stevenson, Lombardo
0:55
3Kabuki Girl
Written-By – Lombardo
1:10
4Parents
Written-By – Navetta
1:37
5Marriage
Written-By – Stevenson, Frank Navetta
1:45
6Jean Is Dead
Written-By – Stevenson
1:30
7M 16
Written-By – Aukerman, Lombardo
0:40
8Hope
Written-By – Aukerman
1:55
9Bikeage
Written-By – Stevenson
2:10
10I Wanna Be A Bear
Written-By – Navetta, Lombardo
0:40
11Statue Of Liberty
Written-By – Navetta
1:58
12Myage
Written-By – Stevenson
2:00
13I'm Not A Punk
Written-By – Lombardo
1:05
14Suburban Home
Written-By – Lombardo
1:40
15Catalina
Written-By – Stevenson, Lombardo
1:45

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NAR-012Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album)New Alliance RecordsNAR-012US1982
SSTC 142Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(Cass, Album, RE)SST RecordsSSTC 142US1987
SST 142Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE)SST RecordsSST 142USUnknown
SST 142, NAR-012Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE)SST Records, New Alliance RecordsSST 142, NAR-012US1989
SST 142, NAR-012Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RP, Bar)SST Records, New Alliance RecordsSST 142, NAR-012US1990

Credits

  • BassTony Lombardo
  • DrumsBill Stevenson
  • GuitarFrank Navetta
  • Illustration [Drawing]Jeff Atkinson
  • Lacquer Cut By, Mastered ByDavid Cheppa
  • Producer, EngineerSpot
  • VocalsMilo

Notes

2010s pressing with bar code. Unlike the prior reissue, there is no kdisc stamp or L-xxxxx number in the runout. Cover seems identical, however its colour is slightly greyer, there is no SST logo as well as no label info on the rear cover. Plus album's title on the front is written using different font compaired to previous issues. Center labels are the same to this issue. No insert included.

Recorded in June 1982 at Total Access Studio, Redondo Beach.
Remastered reissue of the 1982 original on New Alliance Music.
Made in USA.

© 1982 Cesstone Music (BMI)
℗ 1987 SST Records, P.O. Box 1, Lawndale, CA 90260

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 18861-0142-1 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 595-SST142-1 (A) S-21576·RE1 DC BQS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 595-SST142-1 (B) S-21577 RE·1 a -
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cesstone Music
  • Copyright (c) – SST Records
  • Recorded At – Total Access Recording Studios
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-21576
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-21577
  • Lacquer Cut At – Better Quality Sound

Video

Album

Milo Goes To College. The Orchard Music от лица компании SST Records Audiam Publishing, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 4. The Orchard Music от лица компании SST Records BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Audiam Publishing и другие авторские общества 5. Milo Goes to College is the first full-length album by the American punk rock band the Descendents, released in 1982 through New Alliance Records. Its title referred to singer Milo Aukerman's decision to leave the band to attend college, and its cover illustration introduced a caricature of him that would go on to become the band's mascot. It was the Descendents' last record with founding guitarist Frank Navetta, who quit the band during the hiatus that followed its release. Milo Goes to College is the 1982 debut full-length release by American punk band Descendents. It was released on New Alliance Records and reissued by SST Records in 1987. SPIN Magazine rated the album one of the top all time hardcore albums. Sputnikmusic also ranked this album 1st among highest rated punk albums of 1982. It was the Descendents' last record with founding guitarist Frank. Songs in album Descendents - Milo Goes to College 1982. Milo Goes to College. Alternative , 1982. The album addressed time-honored themes of hormonal frustration, parental conflict, and the emptiness of suburban culture-but with freshness and authenticity, renewing the freedom and fun of punk rock. With the youthful vocals of singer Milo Aukerman a biochemistry student at the time and a musical attack as sugary as it was aggressive, Descendents were the first hardcore group that made it safe to be a nerd. In that way, Milo Goes to College serves as a crucial reaffirmation of punks essential virtue: against everyone elses expectations, always be true to thyself. Milo Goes to College is the first LP by the American punk rock band the Descendents, having been preceded by 1981s Fat EP. The album was released in 1982 through New Alliance Records. The cover illustration is a caricature of Milo Aukerman that would go on to become the bands mascot. It was the Descendents' last album with founding guitarist Frank Navetta, who quit the band during the hiatus that followed its release. Navetta would return for one song on 1996s Everything Sucks. The album is one of the first melodic punk albums ever and one of the most important. In dedication to Milo Aukerman from The Descendents. Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale. Matrix, Runout Runout side A, etched: NAR-012-I K SPILLAGE. And indeed, since he was heading off to do just that, the Descendents bowed out the earliest phase of its existence with another collection of blink-and-you'll-miss-it songs about life, love, girls, losers, and, of course, food. Starting with the classic rip-and-riff of Myage, which started a long-standing trend of Descendents songs ending with -age, the four-piece pureed everything it loved - pop hooks, punk and hardcore thrash, and whatever else it enjoyed - and came up with an unpretentious, catchy winner. Descendents Format: Audio CD. Singer Milo Aukerrman-who really was off to college after recording it-yelps I'm Not a Punk and I'm Not a Loser with such desperation that it's almost touching. Then again, the nyah-nyah attitude that crops up just about everywhere else marks him as the sorta guy who'd probably pick your pocket as you were looking for a hankie to help dry those eyes. Great album because like Liveage it contains my favourite Descendents song 'Hope' as well as Suburban Home making it a fantastic buy. Myage 2. I Want To Be A Bear 3. I'm Not A Loser 4. Parents 5. Tonyage 6. I'm Not A Punk 8. Catalina 9. Suburban Home 10. Statue Of Liberty 11. Kabuki Girl 12. e- B- G-7777-D-7777-A-5555-E-. I Want to be a Bear. e- B- G- D-. 1111-9- x4 A-9-9-1111-9-7-1111- E---9-9-7--9-9

Comments (3)
Velellan
First couple songs sound OK and then the inner groove distortion kicks in. Not a great pressing, but tolerable given that it's punk and crunchy anyway.
Bulace
This one really isn't very good. My brand new copy came sounding pretty noisy and with a skip on "M 16". Lame.
Edit: I cleaned it some. A bit less noise, and the skip is gone. Still not very loud though.
BOND
Sounds like it's coming from a 16 bit source. Terrible. I'm gonna keep my eye out for a New Alliance pressing.