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Helmet on Discogs. Label: City Slang - ,City Slang - Slang ,Virgin - 2 • Format: CD Compilation, Repress • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Lo-Fi, Grunge, Indie Rock Sebadoh - Rocking The Forest / Sebadoh Vs.3/5(1).
Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock is a compilation album by the American indie rock band, Sebadoh. It was released in November, , and marked the band's debut on Sub Pop. It includes four of the eight songs from their Rocking the Forest EP, and eight of the nine songs from their Sebadoh vs Helmet EP.
Solid release (and first on Sub Pop) that combines select tracks from that years previous two import-only EPs, Rocking the Forest and Sebadoh vs. claptakseberzocarmainoiranfaikiddabb.coinfogh with III, the previous year's Lo-Fi masterpiece, seBADoh had entered their golden years with the addition of the inimitable Jason Lowenstein and forming the classic three-way democracy power-trio, their overall sound and.
Editors' Notes Sebadoh’s Sub Pop debut compiles material from two EPs—Rocking the Forest and Sebadoh vs. Helmet—that capture their split personality at its most pronounced. On one hand, you have violently upchucked blasts like “Cry Sis” and a post-hardcore corruption of Nick Drake’s “Pink Moon” that betray their affinity for DIY punk pranksterism.