|2||Earth (I Won't Miss)|
|3||I Don't Know... Texas|
|4||Duh, The Big City|
|5||New York?... Alone?|
|amrep 042-2, AmRep 042-2||Hammerhead||Duh, The Big City (CD, Album)||Amphetamine Reptile Records, Amphetamine Reptile Records||amrep 042-2, AmRep 042-2||US||1996|
|ARR 69/012||Hammerhead||Duh, The Big City (LP, Album)||Amphetamine Reptile Records||ARR 69/012||Germany||1996|
|ARRCD 69/012||Hammerhead||Duh, The Big City (CD, Album)||Amphetamine Reptile Records||ARRCD 69/012||Germany||1996|
|ARRCD 69/012||Hammerhead||Duh, The Big City (CD, Album, Promo)||Amphetamine Reptile Records||ARRCD 69/012||Germany||1996|
|AmRep P-042-2, AᴍRᴇᴘ 042-2||Hammerhead||Duh, The Big City (CD, Album, Promo)||Amphetamine Reptile Records, Amphetamine Reptile Records||AmRep P-042-2, AᴍRᴇᴘ 042-2||US||1996|
Manufactured and distributed in Poland by OUTSIDE under exclusive license of AmRep Records.
Outside / Amphetamine Reptile Records 1996.
Paul Sanders is credited in two ways on this record: once as Paul Sanders, second as Saul Panders (joke probably).
Songs in album Hammerhead - Duh, The Big City 1996. Hammerhead - Earth, Iwontmiss. Hammerhead - Meandrethal. Hammerhead - Newyork -Alone-. Hammerhead - Mission - Illogical. Hammerhead - Duh, Thebigcity. Listen free to Hammerhead Duh, The Big City Earth I Won't Miss, Meandrethal and more. 11 tracks 38:50. Duh, the Big City. Your Rating. Duh, the Big City is the third album by Hammerhead, released on February 27, 1996 through Amphetamine Reptile Records. All music is composed by Paul Erickson, except Victoria and Duh, the Big City by Paul Sanders. Paul Erickson bass guitar, vocals. Jeff Mooridian Jr. Paul Sanders guitar, vocals. Production and additional personnel. Tom Hazelmyer cover art. Tim Mac recording. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Hammerhead. Duh, The Big City. Издания 6. Title track off of Duh, The Big City Amphetamine Reptile Records February 27, . Released 1996. Duh, the Big City Tracklist. Show all albums by Hammerhead. Dope, Guns & Fucking In The Streets: 1988-1998 Volume 1-11. Various artists. Duh the Big City. Hammerhead Format: Audio CD. When I first heard it back in the 90's I was blown away. I guess this is an experimental album, which usually means that its gonna stink. Most of the songs are un-listenable. There are maybe one or two keepers at most, and they pale in comparison to Into the Vortex. Just buy that other cd or check out the singer's newer band VAZ, which is a lot better Duh, the big city. Read more. Information for album Duh, The Big City: Hammerhead. Members A