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Dag Nasty – Can I Say (1986) Vinyl Album LP Repress

Band: Dag Nasty

Album: Can I Say

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore

Label: Dischord Records

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 10 Tracks Vinyl Album LP Repress


Washington, DC based punk rock band originally affiliated with Dischord Records and featuring ex. members of Minor Threat & Bloody Mannequin Orchestra. The band formed in 1985 and broke up in 1988. In that time they went through a number of lineup changes. The "classic" line up of Brian Baker, Dave Smalley, Roger Marbury, and Colin Sears got back together to record in 1991 and 2002.

Current line-up:

Brian Baker - Guitar
Shawn Brown - Vocals (August 1985 to February 1986/December 2012/2015 to present)
Roger Marbury - Bass (August 1985 to March 1987/1991/2002/December 2012/2015 to present)
Colin Sears - Drums (August 1985 to June 1987/1991/2002/December 20122015 to present)

Past members:

Dave Smalley - Vocals (February 1986 to June 1986/1991/2002)
Peter Cortner - Vocals (July 1986 to July 1988)
Doug Carrion - Bass (March 1987 to July 1988)
Scott Garrett - Drums (August 1987 to July 1988)
London May - Drums ("Wig Out At Denko's" tour, summer 1987)


dag_nasty_can_i_say.zip
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10 Tracks
A1 Values Here
A2 One To Two
A3 Circles
A4 Thin Line
A5 Justification
B1 What Now?
B2 I've Heard
B3 Under Your Influence
B4 Can I Say
B5 Never Go Back

Includes lyric/photo sheet.
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