Punk Rock Confidential (1998). Later Days And Better Lays (1999). After the 1996 album Don't Back Down, The Queers went through changes, including founding member Joe King getting clean from drugs and alcohol, drummer Hugh O'Neill leaving due to health issues and bassist B-Face moving over to the Groovie Ghoulies. The lineup change also caused their longtime label Lookout! Records to drop them. With new members Geoff Useless and Rick Respectable, the band released Everything's . EP which became their first release on Hopeless Records
Better Days is the fourth studio album by American R&B singer Joe. It was released by Jive Records on December 11, 2001 in the United States. The album reached number 32 on the US Billboard 200 and number four on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It spawned three singles, including "Lets Stay Home Tonight", which reached number 18 on the US R&B chart; "What If a Woman", which reached number 13 on the US R&B chart, and "Isn't This the World".
Album Information : Title: Later Days and Better Lays. Joe King opens the vault and unleashes an album of previously "lost" demo tapes and studio recordings from the early 90's, featuring the lineup that to most fans represents the "classic" Queers - Joe, B-Face on bass, and the late Hugh O'Neill on drums. You've heard most of these songs before (and probably already know all the words if you're a fan) but these recordings tend to be a bit more raw than the versions you already own. You can hear the Ramones influence loud & clear and a bit of the Beach Boys, as well as a lot of Angry Samoans, resulting.
More info on Later Days and Better Lays. Up to date as of November 16, 2009. org The Queers - Later Days And Better Lays. Got something to say?
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The album's first 13 tracks comprise the Queers' first two EPs, Love Me (1982) and Kicked Out of the Webelos (1984). The band had formed in 1982 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with the lineup of Joseph King on guitar and lead vocals, Scott Gildersleeve on bass guitar and backing vocals, and Jack Hayes on drums; they took the respective pseudonyms Joe Queer, Tulu, and Wimpy Rutherford. This lineup never performed live, but recorded their first songs at local studio Fishtracks with recording. WR 07. ^ a b Queer, Joe (1999). Later Days and Better Lays (CD liner notes). Berkeley, California: Lookout! Records.
|I Hate Everything|
|Murder In The Brady House|
|I Won't Be|
|Nobody Likes Me|
|I Can't Stop Farting|
|Night Of The Livid Queers|
|Too Many Twinkies|
|Hi Mom It's Me|
|I Live This Life|
|Born To Do Dishes|
|End It All|
|I Can't Get Over You|
|God Only Knows|
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