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Stukas Over Disneyland

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Rosemary
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She's A Hunchback
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Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind
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Communication Breakdown
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Pretty Please Me
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Wagon Train
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If Stuart Could talk
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Stukas Over Disneyland
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 20:37

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Stukas over Disneyland, released after a four-year silence, shows the Dickies training their popcorn wiseguy sights somewhat away from the hardcore and Ramones influences of earlier platters to that of power pop and ’60s songs. The former of the two new influences is showcased in the tunefully memorable “Pretty Please Me” and “If Stuart Could Talk”; the latter is evident in “Rosemary” (with its Beatles-on-caffeine bridge), “Wagon Train” (which sports a broad tune that evokes comparisons to old Western T.V. show theme songs), “Out of Sight, Out of Mind” (featuring a chorus that echoes the one in Ricky Nelson’s “Garden Party”), and especially the title track (which exhibits noticeable surf music and Chuck Berry influences and sets ironic, humorous lyrics detailing a Disney-based world takeover). Bows to their earlier punk influences can be seen in the uproariously funny “She’s a Hunchback” (complete with smart-aleck references to the Victor Hugo novel) and a giddy cover of the Led Zeppelin classic “Communication Breakdown.” The 1988 re-release appends three songs (“Gigantor,” “I’m Okay, You’re Okay,” and “Bedrock Barney”) cast in the Dickies old cartoon hardcore manner; while all are likable and welcome, the addition of these numbers makes this release seem more stylistically schizophrenic than it originally was. Regardless of the version obtained, this excellent album is an enjoyable and recommended listen. – David Cleary

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