Don Caballero 2

Label
Touch And Go
Release date
19 Sep 1995
Running length
8 tracks
Running time
45:08

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Stupid Puma 4:20 17,955
2 Please Tokio, Please This Is Tokio 6:35 14,671
3 P, P, P, Antless 3:43 8,518
4 Repeat Defender 4:14 13,956
5 Dick Suffers is Furious with You 3:42 13,185
6 Cold Knees (In April) 10:59 11,552
7 Rollerblade Success Story 4:30 12,089
8 No One Gives a Hoot About Faux-Ass Nonsense 7:05 10,251

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  • Nakkinak

    this album is so fucking metal [2]

    22 Jul 11:04pm Reply
  • Doppz

    Album artwork reminds me of "Soldier-talk" by The Red Krayola.

    4 Nov 2013 Reply
  • redevol727

    Amazing album, I must always listen to this as a whole.

    2 Sep 2012 Reply
  • goodshotjanson

    also a mix up between PPPAntless and Dick Suffers.

    10 Feb 2012 Reply
  • arenescu

    I definitely hate the industrial sounds.

    24 Oct 2011 Reply
  • FortuneTeIIer

    this album is so fucking metal

    10 Jun 2010 Reply
  • goodshotjanson

    so apparently there's a mix up between repeat defender and cold knees in april

    19 Apr 2010 Reply
  • drthatguy

    track times seem to be a bit messed up

    11 Apr 2010 Reply
  • evanmoore

    Damon Che is such a beast, I can't get over how good he is on this and every other Don Cab album.

    8 Apr 2010 Reply
  • lanserskimis

    the biggest fuckin rozpierducha in 90s

    18 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Cerbyrus

    This album is pretty goddamn fantastic.

    18 Aug 2009 Reply
  • slobberkissIntl

    best

    6 Feb 2009 Reply
  • nullpunkt

    it's the only D C album I have...it also seems to be the harshest, therefore the best...

    8 Nov 2008 Reply
  • jmtalley8121

    Lots of stuff to love on this record...the crazy-long "Please Tokio, PLEASE THIS IS TOKIO" remains my favorite, including the field-recording machine shop stuff at the end.

    7 Oct 2008 Reply
  • nanjamonja

    The first DC album I heard, and loved instantly. But I wouldn't say it's my favorite, it's a tad too droney and dissonant for its own good. For Respect is catchier, and What Burns Never Returns is more cohesive as a whole.

    18 Jun 2008 Reply
  • Zopwx2

    pure awesome

    11 Nov 2007 Reply

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