Hot Curly Weenie Vol​.​2

by Recess Records

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Buried 02:34
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Sunday Night 02:59
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Kitty Kat 00:44
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T.V. Tan 01:46
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Today at lunch I'll buy you An ice cream sandwich with my allowance. Make you face outta tater tots... 'Cuz I really, really like you. Lots I got my little school box Full of nothing but I want something I keep eating those heart shaped candies I'm too chicken to give to you I wanna pass notes with you And say the things on my shoe And trade Lunches at noon I wanna pass notes with you I wanna pass notes with you I toss my cookies in the boy's room Trade Lunches at noon I wanna pass notes with you
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Pill City 02:57
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360 01:57
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Porchcore 00:31
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Meow 01:11
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Free Cocaine 01:07
Gimme the things that drive me insane Teenage women and free cocaine I want some free cocaine From my man who went to high school Abel said to Cain Momma was a groupie out on Donovan's brain for Free cocaine, free cocaine Pussy, carbohydrates, sometimes acid rain I just want a sniff of your free cocaine You know the best things in life are free And if they're free why don't you give it to me Free cocaine, free cocaine I want the 31 flavors, 69 years I'll take 13 vials worth, I don't care.
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Sex Offender 01:03
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I Saw Elvis 01:06
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Amy's Song 02:00
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Sleep Tight 02:22
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Lates 00:19

about

Back from the grave in all it's glory plus some! Featuring commentary and insights from Todd & Hal.

Run by F.Y.P. singer Todd Congelliere, Recess Records is one of the finest little punk labels in the world, and their very silly Hot Curly Weenie, Vol. 2 sampler has excellent offerings from all the very best, chronically immature punk bands. Encouraging kids to start wreaking havoc in second grade, the Four Letter Words' "I've Gotta Crayon up My Nose" is a homicidal Crayola fantasy, while F.Y.P's classic "Toss My Cookies," also set in elementary school, is about an unrequited crush and features a rockin' toy xylophone. Continuing with the arrested development theme are Jag Offs from San Pedro, whose bratty-voiced singer sounds 12 years old on the very short but perfect "Kitty Kat" and "Porchcore." Kansas City's Sex Offenders' sped-up cover of the Avengers' "Thin White Line" is better than the original. Also, there's Scam magazine editor and former Chickenhead guitarist Iggy Scam's new band, the Hidden Resentments, who are responsible for the pleasantly incoherent "You Got a Job." Even the most destitute gutter punks can panhandle the low suggested retail price for this extremely fun compilation.-Adam Bregman/Allmusic

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released April 27, 1999

Originally released as a $3 Recess Records sampler in 1999

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