Download links and information about Born Innocent by Redd Kross. This album was released in 1982 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 28:12 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Metal, Alternative|
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|3.||Everyday There's Someone New||1:05|
|7.||Tatum O'Tot and the Fried Vegetables||1:32|
|8.||St. Lita Ford Blues||3:27|
|11.||Kill Someone You Hate||1:25|
|12.||Look On Up At the Bottom||2:11|
|15.||Cease to Exist||2:29|
|16.||Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me||2:24|
Redd Kross’s 1982 full-length built on the sugar-spiked pleasures of Annette’s Got the Hits, its debut EP from the previous year. Jeff and Steve McDonald were the youngest members of L.A.’s South Bay punk scene, but they were also the smartest. At the precise moment when punk became codified and started to feel like a competition to see who could be the most serious about their music, Redd Kross was all about teenage kicks. The band was noisy, goofy, and hilarious, but the music on Born Innocent was delivered with a maximum of bite and acumen. The songs' simplicity and sassiness recalled the great '60s garage acts. And though the McDonalds were friends with many of the L.A. punk bands of the '80s, they had more in common artistically with the rackety, imaginative, and often highly literate bands emerging from the U.K. and Australasia during the same period: The Fall, The Clean, Swell Maps, and The Undertones, among others.