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Summer Hits No. One

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This Place Sucks
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Monster Zero
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You're Tripping
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Kicked Out Of The Webelos
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Love Love Love
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Another Girl
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My Old Man's A Fatso
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I Wanna Be Happy
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Ursula Finally Has Tits
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Like A Parasite
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Psycho Over You
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Punk Rock Girls
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Aishiteruyo Kanojo
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The Kids Are Alright
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Fuck This World
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 28:23

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Designed as a stopgap offering between albums, the Queers’ Summer Hits, No. 1 revisits 15 of the band’s classics with a new lineup. Drummer Dusty Watson, bassist Philip Hill (a veteran of the Teen Idols), and the group’s lone original member, singer/guitarist Joe Queer, blow through a catalog of pop-punk classics with joy and ease. Standouts like the amusing “Kicked Out of the Webelos” and the Ramones-like “Psycho Over You” (repeated from 2002′s excellent Pleasant Screams) affirm that the Queers — with their regularly homophobic and sexist lyrics — are deep in the hearts and minds of immature white adolescent males. It’s uncertain why early nuggets like “I Met Her at the Rat,” “We’d Have a Riot Doing Heroin,” and “I Want Cunt” didn’t make the cut, but perhaps revisions of these Queers standards will surface on No. 2. – John D. Luerssen

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