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Plastic Surgery Disasters/In God We Trust, Inc.

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Advice From Christmas Past
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Government Flu
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Terminal Preppie
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Trust Your Mechanic
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Well Paid Scientist
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Buzzbomb
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Forest Fire
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Halloween
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Winnebago Warrior
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Riot
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Bleed for Me
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I am the Owl
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Dead End
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Moon Over Marin
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Religious Vomit
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Moral Majority
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Hyperactive Child
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Kepone Factory
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Dog Bite
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Nazi Punks Fuckk Off
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We've Got a Bigger Problem Now
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Rawhide
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 56:39

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Stands Up Even Today

Godozo

When Plastic Surgery Disasters came out, every song on it hit their target, and much of the criticism has held up through the years up even to the present day. The joyful childishness of the first release has been replaced by a more jaundiced eye that sees more and likes less. In God We Trust, Inc. is that awakening. Issues both Kepone poisoning, psychoactive doping (Ritalin, not Prozac), religious hypocrisy and Ronald Reagan (Including a remake of "California Uber Allis) are the main topics, but more interesting is not so much the subject matter but the fact that Jello found his voice on the EP. Both releases would be most highly recommended. That they're both on the same release now is a bonus.

They Say All Music Guide

This reissue compiles the Dead Kennedys’ follow-ups to the hardcore classic Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables: the eight-song EP In God We Trust, and the full-length Plastic Surgery Disasters. If neither record is quite on the same level as Fresh Fruit, they frequently come close; the Kennedys’ hyperspeed aggression and Jello Biafra’s righteously snotty rants haven’t been toned down a bit. The two-fer reissue is an excellent way to dig deeper into the band’s catalog. – Steve Huey