The Vandals: "When In Rome Do As The Vandals Do" CD
Interpunk may have said it best:
"This is the miraculous follow up to the classic EP Peace Thru Vandalism. We call it miraculous because after achieving the impossible by making their first EP on Epitaph Records into a radio smash, they defied all odds by doing the exact same thing, but even bigger, on their second try with Lady Killer climbing to the top of the alternative radio charts and actually finishing higher than songs like Billy Idol’s Rebel Yell on KROQ’s top 106 songs for 1984. Before there was the Beastie Boys’ Licensed To Ill, before there was NWA, there was Lady Killer and the Vandals pathetically constructed home console turntable (w/ 8-track) worn by the lead singer with a guitar strap. It was called the “scratch-box” and it was all-wrong but the Vandals didn’t know and didn’t care. That was their brand of punk rock from the O.C"
Now digitally Re-Mastered by Michael Hateley, this punk rock classic sounds better then ever, and is on vinyl as it was originally intended to be!
2. "Birthday Bash"
3. "Master Race (In Outer Space)"
4. "Big Bro vs. Johnny Sako"
5. "Mohawk Town"
6. "Viking Suit"
7. "Hocus Pocus" (written and originally performed by Focus)
8. "I'm a Fly"
9. "Slap of Love"