9 thoughts on “ Capitalist Suck - D.R.I.* - Dirty Rotten LP (Cassette) ”

  1. The Dirty Rotten LP was re-released yet again in as the Dirty Rotten CD, with 22 bonus tracks. The Dirty Rotten CD closes with two radio appearances by the band from around the time they recorded Dirty Rotten EP, when they were still known as U.S.D.R.I.
  2. Jul 13,  · Reissue of the Dirty Rotten EP on 12". Includes single-sided, black & white lyrics insert. Includes single-sided, black & white lyrics insert. Track B5 is listed as "F.R.D.C." on the back cover, "1st Round Draft Choice" on the B-side label, "I'm A First Round Draft Choice" on the insert/5().
  3. rows · Watch the video for Capitalist Suck from D.R.I.'s Dirty Rotten LP for free, and see the .
  4. Aug 30,  · D.R.I. has left big footprints across the globe. Listen to Mob 47, Heresy or Ataque Frontal and tell me that "Dirty Rotten" was not part of their lexicon. "Dirty Rotten" raised the ante, previously set by the Neos and Gang Green, and took it to dizzying new levels/5(36).
  5. Apr 11,  · This grouping collects all versions of "Dirty Rotten". Many variations of this release exist. The first version was released in on 7" format as The "Dirty Rotten EP" (played at 33 RPM) with 22 songs and the cover depicted the drummer's head photographed from the back while playing live/5().
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Vinyl release of Dirty Rotten EP on Discogs. Label: Beer City Records - BCR • Format: Vinyl 7 D.R.I.* - Dirty Rotten EP (, Green, Vinyl) | .
  7. Capitalist Suck, a song by D.R.I. on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  8. I don’t know if purists consider this the first speedcore album ever issued, but with a release date of ’83 and clearly pre-dating Cryptic Slaughter, Siege, Repulsion, Heresy and many other stalwarts, I’ll be happy to say that Arizona’s D.R.I. were more than bit ahead of their time.

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