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Screeching Weasel enlisted the help of Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt to record what they intended to be their final studio album. After the release of How to Make Enemies and Irritate People (1994), the band broke up for the second time. Second reformation (1996-2001). My mind would much prefer going to a place of calm contemplation than into a dark cold room filled with anger and the emotions associated with betrayal. So to avoid painful emoting I first took the facts that Ben and I started a band together called Screeching Weasel, we both spent all our days making that band a home for ourselves, and 18 years later we put it to rest.
Studio album by Screeching Weasel. also played bass on the album outtake "Nightbreed" (a song written in 1990 for Weasel and guitarist John Jughead's band The Gore Gore Girls). Although Dirnt had recorded bass for the song, the group realized that his bass part was "stepping all over the lead vocal" in the chorus, so they removed it and had Giorgini re-record i. .Retrieved 2016-07-07. "Screeching Weasel-How To Make Enemies and Irritate People LP!!". a b c Screeching Weasel - How to Make Enemies and Irritate People liner notes.
How to Make Enemies and Irritate People. Redirected from How To Make Enemies And Irritate People). How to Make Enemies and Irritate People is the seventh studio album by the Chicago-based punk rock band Screeching Weasel. Planned as the group's final album, it was released in August 1994 on CD, vinyl and cassette through Lookout Records.
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Screeching Weasel Lyrics and Discography - 271 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Attention!", "So Long, Mojo", "Tower Of Talent". Screeching weasel lyrics. sort by album sort by song. album: "Baby Fat: Act 1" (2015). 1. Il Tremendo Fantasma (Baby Fat Overture).
If this would have been the Screeching Weasel's last album, they could have at least ended their career with a loud, middle-finger salute. Unfortunately, they would eventually try to recapture their old flame with a different lineup some years after this. How to Make Enemies and Irritate People was announced as their last record upon its release in 1994, with Mike Dirnt from Green Day filling in on bass/backing vocals. The music is still poppy and catchy, and Ben Weasel perpetually suffers from "bad day-itis," meaning that absolutely nothing's different from the previous.
Released September 23, 1994. How to Make Enemies and Irritate People Tracklist. Planet Of The Apes Lyrics.
|A1||Planet Of The Apes|
|A3||I Hate Your Guts On Sunday|
|A4||Jonny R U Queer?
Backing Vocals – Gretchen SmearWritten-By – B. Paine*, L. Paine*
|A7||If I Was You|
|B1||Nobody Likes You
Written-By – D. Vapid*
Written-By – J. King*
|B4||Kathy Isn't Right|
|B5||Kathy's On The Roof|
|B6||I Wrote Holden Caulfield|
|LK97CD, 97CD LOOKOUT||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (CD, Album)||Lookout! Records, Lookout! Records||LK97CD, 97CD LOOKOUT||US||1994|
|LOOKOUT 97||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, TP, W/Lbl)||Lookout! Records||LOOKOUT 97||US||1994|
|Recess#129||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, Album, M/Print, RE, Tra)||Recess Records||Recess#129||US||2013|
|Recess#129||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, RE, Ace)||Recess Records||Recess#129||US||2013|
|Recess 129||Screeching Weasel||How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (LP, Album, RE, Blu)||Recess Records||Recess 129||US||2013|