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Download links and information about Hamburger by Muffs, The. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:13:47 minutes.

Artist: Muffs, The
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:13:47
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No. Title Length
1. Get Me Out of Here 3:32
2. You Can Cry If You Want 2:16
3. Brand New Chevy 2:46
4. New Love 2:11
5. I Don't Like You 2:00
6. Guilty 2:09
7. Right In the Eye 2:17
8. I Need You 2:56
9. Beat Your Heart Out 2:30
10. Love 1:25
11. Rock & Roll Girl 2:18
12. Right in the Eye 2:23
13. Everywhere I Go 3:13
14. You Lie 2:13
15. Toilet Paper 0:11
16. I'm Confused 3:10
17. When I Was Down 2:39
18. Sick of You 2:32
19. No Action 1:54
20. Become Undone 3:25
21. Goodnight Now 2:23
22. Nothing for Me 1:47
23. Kids in America 3:11
24. I'm a Dick 1:37
25. Pacer 2:44
26. My Crazy Afternoon 2:31
27. Silly People 3:51
28. My Minds Eye 1:58
29. Happening 0:57
30. Do the Robot 4:48



A hugely loaded (30 tracks!) retrospective of singles, compilation appearances, outtakes, and demos, Hamburger is as entertaining as any of the Muffs' "proper" CDs. Covering all phases of the band's existence, from their punky early days as Kim Shattuck and Melanie Vammen's new band following the death of their fellow ex-Pandoras Paula Pierce to their more polished but no less assertive later era as a Shattuck-led pop trio with stalwart bassist Ronnie Barnett and ex-Redd Kross drummer Roy McDonald, the non-chronological songs on Hamburger are alternately sloppy, goofy, heartfelt, and as exciting as rock & roll got in the '90s. Best among the lot has to be 1992's "New Love," the group's first single and flat-out one of the finest indie singles of the entire decade, and a whopping one-third of the album is covers, ranging from a thrashing version of the Pandoras' early gem "You Lie" to a silly remake of Kim Wilde's "Kids in America," with influence-proving stops at the Saints, Elvis Costello, the Troggs, and the Paul Collins Beat along the way. It's possible that some of the solo Shattuck guitar and voice demos could have been dropped, but they don't impede the flow of the album much. Essential for fans, although newcomers should probably start with Blonder and Blonder or Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow.