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MUSIC - TOP 40
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BRUCE HORNSBY
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
BRYAN ADAMS (ROCK)
CARLY SIMON
CHARLIE
CHARLIE SEXTON
CHEAP TRICK (ROCK)
CHICAGO
CHRIS DE BURGH
CHRIS ISAAK
CHRISTOPHER CROSS
CHURCH, THE
CLASH, THE
CLIMAX BLUES BAND
COREY HART (ROCK)
CROWED HOUSE
CULTURE CLUB
CURE, THE
CUTTING CREW
CYNDI LAUPER
DAN FOLGERBERG
DAN HARTMAN
DANNY WILSON
DAZZ BAND
DEAD MILKMEN, THE
DEBBIE GIBSON
DEL FUEGOS, THE
DEPECHE MODE

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Death Rides a Pale Cow: The Ultimate Collection The Dead Milkmen   Cream of the Crop The Best of the Dead Milkmen   The Dead Milkmen Now We are 20

The Dead Milkmen was an American punk rock band that officially formed in 1983 in Philadelphia, but whose roots could be traced back to the late 1970's.  Initially, The Dead Milkmen were a frequent bill on Philly's punk rock circuit, but their popularity pushed them on the road.  After releasing more than a few self-produced tapes, their LP,  Big Lizard in My Backyard, was officially released in 1985 on Restless Records.  It was this album that featured the song "Bitchin' Camaro", which attracted the attention of college radio stations and kick started the band's career.

In 1986, The Dead Milkmen released Eat Your Paisley, which featured the song "The Thing That Only Eats Hippies" and its subsequent MTV video.  Bucky Fellini, released in 1987, featured the song "Instant Club Hit (You'll Dance to Anything)".  It was the band's 1988 release, Beelzebubba, that featured their highest charting single to date:  "Punk Rock Girl".

As the Dead Milkmen's material became more and more polished, their popularity declined.  By 1994, they had split and moved onto other projects.  It would be 13 years before any new material was released, and a reunion first  materialized in 2008.  Headed back to the studio, they released The King in Yellow in 2011.  At the time of this writing in 2013, The Dead Milkmen were still active.  The current Dead Milkmen Discography is as follows:

  • 1983: Living Death in the Cellar of Sin
  • 1983: Funky Farm
  • 1983: A Date With The Dead Milkmen
  • 1984: Death Rides A Pale Cow
  • 1984: The Dead Milkmen Take The Airwaves
  • 1984: Someone Shot Sunshine
  • 1985: Big Lizard in My Backyard
  • 1986: Eat Your Paisley
  • 1987: Bucky Fellini
  • 1988: Beelzebubba
  • 1990: Metaphysical Graffiti
  • 1992: Soul Rotation
  • 1993: Not Richard, But Dick
  • 1993: Now We Are 10
  • 1994: Chaos Rules Live at the Trocadero
  • 1995: Stoney's Extra Stout (Pig)
  • 1998: Cream of the Crop
  • 2003: Now We Are 20
  • 2003: The Dead Milkmen Present: Philadelphia In Love
  • 2011: The King in Yellow
  • 19855
    Big Lizard . . .
    The Dead Milkmen Big Lizard in My Backyard

    BITCHIN' CAMARO:
     [starts] Hey Jack, what's happenin'?
    Oh, I don't know.  Well, rumor around town says you think you might be heading down to the shore.  Uh, yeah, I think I'm goin' down to the shore.  Whatcha gonna do down there?  Uh, I don't know, play some video games, buy some Def Leppard t-shirts [etc]

    1987
    Bucky Fellini
    The Dead Milkmen Bucky Fellini

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