Dammit

Release date
1990
Running length
11 tracks
Running time
41:46

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Damn 2:06 5,212
2 This Too Shall Pass 4:25 3,088
3 Peaceful Revolution 4:08 2,250
4 Fuck The Bullshit 3:49 6,508
5 Down South 3:37 5,332
6 Summer of Love 5:20 10,594
7 Push It Away 3:14 1,920
8 Slinky 5:27 4,868
9 Independance Day 3:27 101
10 To Be Honest 3:54 1,728
11 Thriving to the Scene 2:19 1,664

About this album

Dammit! was 311’s first independent release, on their own record company, What Have You Records. It was released in 1990. This album is no longer in print and is very rare.

Track listing
Side 1

“Damn” - 3:32
“This Too Shall Pass” - 4:08
“Peaceful Revolution” - 4:08
“Fuck The Bullshit” - 3:44
“Down South” - 3:32
“Summer Of Love” - 5:04
Side 2

“Push It Away” - 2:57
“Slinky” - 5:07
“Independence Day” - 3:17
“To Be Honest” - 3:38
“Thriving To The Scene” - 1:59

Personnel
Nick Hexum - Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Programming

Aaron “P-Nut” Wills - Bass guitar
Chad Sexton - Drums, Programming, Percussion
Jim Watson – Guitar




Miscellaneous
Engineered by Tom Lippold.
Recorded at IEV Studios in Omaha, Nebraska.
The band did not yet include Tim Mahoney or SA Martinez. The cover (left-to-right) shows P-Nut, Chad, Nick, and Jim Watson.
Only 300 copies were made, and made available only on cassette.
The guest musicians are S.A. Martinez on vocals for Fuck the Bullshit, Tom Lippold on vocals, Marcus Watkins on Guitars and Ward Bones on keyboards.[1]

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