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Naked Raygun – Raygun…Naked Raygun (1990) CD Album Reissue

Band: Naked Raygun

Album: Raygun...Naked Raygun

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Alternative Rock Hardcore

Label: Quarterstick Records

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 14 Tracks CD Album Reissue

Naked Raygun is a popular punk rock band from Chicago, IL. Early in their career, the band was a very arty punk band, but as time passed and band members changed, the group became a more streamlined power pop/punk act. The group was founded in 1980 by guitarist Santiago Durango and bassist Marko Pezzati, although both would leave the band early on. Jeff Pezzati, Marko's younger brother, was soon recruited to sing and would be the only member to remain with the band throughout their entire history. The band made their recorded debut on the "Busted At Oz" compilation in 1981. 1985's "All Rise" (the group's 2nd LP) would be the first Naked Raygun record to feature what many consider the group's "classic" line up of Jeff Pezzati, John Haggerty (guitar), Pierre Kezdy (bass), and Eric Spicer (drums). The group was now among the most popular bands in Chicago and had a dedicated following around the country. In 1989, Haggerty, frustrated over the band's lack of con (...)

14 Tracks
1 Home2:53
2 Fever Island2:39
3 The Grind3:49
4 Jazz Gone Bad4:27
5 Prepare To Die2:51
6 The Promise2:21
7 Holding You5:13
8 Strange Days3:19
9 In My Head3:54
10 Camarilla3:35
11 Terminal5:24
12 Last Drink2:32
13 Love Battery2:17
14 Running Free3:22

Produced at Chicago Trax.

Tracks 1-11 originally released by Caroline Records in 1989.

Tracks 12-14 are reissue bonus tracks

Track 12 originally released on the "Home" 7". Originally performed by Chelsea.

Track 13 originally appeared on the "Something's Gone Wrong Again" compilation.

Track 14 originally appeared only on the CD version of the "Something's Gone Wrong Again" compilations.

Both 13 & 14 originally performed by the Buzzcocks.

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