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Milo Goes To College
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1990
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Milo Goes To College. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "SST Records"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. ARESA, LatinAutor, Audiam (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (2).

Milo Goes to College is the first LP by the American punk rock band the Descendents, having been preceded by 1981’s Fat EP. The album was released in 1982 through New Alliance Records. The cover illustration is a caricature of Milo Aukerman that would go on to become the band’s mascot. It was the Descendents' last album with founding guitarist Frank Navetta, who quit the band during the hiatus that followed its release. Navetta would return for one song on 1996’s Everything Sucks. The album is one of the first melodic punk albums ever and one of the most important

Milo Goes to College. Milo Goes To College. So why is this such an essential record? One word: Milo. Singer Milo Aukerrman-who really was off to college after recording it-yelps "I'm Not a Punk" and "I'm Not a Loser" with such desperation that it's almost touching. Then again, the nyah-nyah attitude that crops up just about everywhere else marks him as the sorta guy who'd probably pick your pocket as you were looking for a hankie to help dry those eyes.

The Descendents' debut album, Milo Goes to College, is one of the most important records in the history of American punk rock. Building on the Ramones' outsider lore and sidestepping the machismo that was already starting to seep into the punk scene, the California group proudly embraced their awkwardness with anthems of alienation like "Suburban Home" and Myage, helping to build the template from which legions of pop-punk and emo disciples would learn their craft. Milo Goes to College Descendents. The Descendents' debut album, Milo Goes to College, is one of the most important records in the history of American punk rock.

Milo Goes to College is the 1982 debt full-length release by American punk band Descendents. It was released on New Alliance Records (and reissued by SST Records in 1987). SPIN Magazine rated the album one of the top all time hardcore albums. Sputnikmusic also ranked this album 1st among highest rated punk albums of 1982. Its title referred to singer Milo Aukerman's decision to leave the band to attend college, and its cover illustration introduced a caricature of him that would go on to become the band's mascot. It was the Descendents' last record with founding guitarist Frank.

Redirected from Milo Goes To College). Milo Goes to College is the first full-length album by the American punk rock band the Descendents, released in 1982 through New Alliance Records.

Artwork – Jeff Atkinson. Bass – Tony Lombardo. Drums – Bill Stevenson. Guitar – Frank Navetta. Producer, Engineer – Spot. Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album). New Alliance Records. SSTC 142. Descendents. Milo Goes To College ‎(Cass, Album, RE).

Band Name Descendents. Album Name Milo Goes to College. Released date June 1982. Labels New Alliance Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album2. 2. I Wanna Be a Bear.

Milo Goes To College. Other Albums by Descendents. Hypercaffium Spazzinate. Cool to Be You.

As Milo Auckerman took the stage with a backpack asking if he was in the Punk Rock 101 class, he then turned to the audience and announced the big surprise: they were going to play Milo Goes to College in its entirety.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Myage
Written-By – Stevenson*
2:00
A2 I Wanna Be A Bear
Written-By – Navetta*, Lombardo*
0:40
A3 I'm Not A Loser
Written-By – Navetta*
1:30
A4 Parents
Written-By – Navetta*
1:37
A5 Tonyage
Written-By – Stevenson*, Lombardo*
0:55
A6 M 16
Written-By – Aukerman*, Lombardo*
0:40
A7 I'm Not A Punk
Written-By – Lombardo*
1:05
A8 Catalina
Written-By – Stevenson*, Lombardo*
1:45
B1 Suburban Home
Written-By – Lombardo*
1:40
B2 Statue Of Liberty
Written-By – Navetta*
1:58
B3 Kabuki Girl
Written-By – Lombardo*
1:10
B4 Marriage
Written-By – Stevenson*, Frank Navetta
1:45
B5 Hope
Written-By – Aukerman*
1:55
B6 Bikeage
Written-By – Stevenson*
2:10
B7 Jean Is Dead
Written-By – Stevenson*
1:30

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cesstone Music
  • Copyright (c) – SST Records
  • Recorded At – Total Access Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-29140
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – 21576

Credits

  • Bass – Tony Lombardo
  • Drums – Bill Stevenson
  • Guitar – Frank Navetta
  • Illustration [Drawing] – Jeff Atkinson
  • Producer, Engineer – Spot
  • Vocals – Milo*

Notes

1990s/2000s pressing with bar code. S-215xx, kdisc, and L-21940 all appear in runouts.

Recorded in June 1982 at Total Access Studio, Redondo Beach.
Reissue of the 1982 original on New Alliance Music.
Made in USA.
Some copies include a CD booklet sized SST/CRUZ catalog.

© 1982 Cesstone Music (BMI)
℗ 1987 SST Records, P.O. Box 1, Lawndale, CA 90260

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 18861-0142-1 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SST-142-A S-21576 kdisc L-29140
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SST-142-B S-21577 kdisc L-29140-X
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NAR-012 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album) New Alliance Records NAR-012 US 1982
SSTC 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(Cass, Album, RE) SST Records SSTC 142 US 1987
SST 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Bar) SST Records SST 142 US 2010
SST 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE) SST Records SST 142 US Unknown
SST 142, NAR-012 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE) SST Records, New Alliance Records SST 142, NAR-012 US 1989

Tracklist

A1 Myage 2:00
A2 I Wanna Be A Bear 0:44
A3 I'm Not A Loser 1:30
A4 Parents 1:40
A5 Tonyage 0:58
A6 M 16 0:45
A7 I'm Not A Punk 1:06
A8 Catalina 1:48
B1 Suburban Home 1:42
B2 Statue Of Liberty 2:01
B3 Kabuki Girl 1:12
B4 Marriage 1:41
B5 Hope 1:59
B6 Bikeage 2:15
B7 Jean Is Dead 1:32

Credits

  • Artwork By – Jeff Atkinson
  • Bass – Tony Lombardo
  • Drums – Bill Stevenson
  • Guitar – Frank Navetta
  • Producer, Engineer – Spot
  • Vocals – Milo Aukerman

Notes

Recorded June 1982 at Total Access Studio, Redondo Beach.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 18861-0142-1 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NAR-012 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album) New Alliance Records NAR-012 US 1982
SSTC 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(Cass, Album, RE) SST Records SSTC 142 US 1987
SST 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Bar) SST Records SST 142 US 2010
SST 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE) SST Records SST 142 US Unknown
SST 142, NAR-012 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE) SST Records, New Alliance Records SST 142, NAR-012 US 1989

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Myage
Written-By – Stevenson*
2:00
A2 I Wanna Be A Bear
Written-By – Navetta*, Lombardo*
0:40
A3 I'm Not A Loser
Written-By – Navetta*
1:30
A4 Parents
Written-By – Navetta*
1:37
A5 Tonyage
Written-By – Stevenson*, Lombardo*
0:55
A6 M 16
Written-By – Aukerman*, Lombardo*
0:40
A7 I'm Not A Punk
Written-By – Lombardo*
1:05
A8 Catalina
Written-By – Stevenson*, Lombardo*
1:45
B1 Suburban Home
Written-By – Lombardo*
1:40
B2 Statue Of Liberty
Written-By – Navetta*
1:58
B3 Kabuki Girl
Written-By – Lombardo*
1:10
B4 Marriage
Written-By – Stevenson*, Frank Navetta
1:45
B5 Hope
Written-By – Aukerman*
1:55
B6 Bikeage
Written-By – Stevenson*
2:10
B7 Jean Is Dead
Written-By – Stevenson*
1:30

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SST Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – New Alliance Records
  • Recorded At – Total Access Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-29140
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-21576
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-21577
  • Produced At – Total Access Recording Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Tony Lombardo
  • Drums – Bill Stevenson
  • Guitar – Frank Navetta
  • Illustration [Drawing] – Jeff Atkinson
  • Producer, Engineer – Spot
  • Vocals – Milo*

Notes

About this pressing:
Released in a glossy picture sleeve with barcode on the back. Unlike this Milo Goes To College repress, barcode is printed within a white frame on the back cover (see pictures). SST logo and label info are also listed on the rear sleeve. Center labels are similar to the initial edition of the record. Runouts are the same as the 1989 & 1990 repressings. No "Cesstone Music" is listed as phonographic copyright. No insert included.

Nearly matches this version. All indentifiers are the same except the barcode on the back.

Pressed in dark brown translucent vinyl which is only visible when held up to a strong light (see images).

1st Category is listed on spine, while 2nd Category appears on both center labels.

Recorded in June 1982 at Total Access Studio, Redondo Beach.

Center labels:
NAR-012.
All songs New Alliance Music (BMI).
℗ 1982 New Alliance Records.
New Alliance Records.
P.O. box 21 San Pedro, CA 90733.

Back cover:
℗ 1987 SST Records P.O. Box 1, Lawndale, CA 90260.

Spine:
SST Records SST 142.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 18861-0142-1 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SST-142-A S-21576 kdisc L-29140
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SST-142-B S-21577 kdisc L-29140-X
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NAR-012 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album) New Alliance Records NAR-012 US 1982
SSTC 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(Cass, Album, RE) SST Records SSTC 142 US 1987
SST 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Bar) SST Records SST 142 US 2010
SST 142 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE) SST Records SST 142 US Unknown
SST 142, NAR-012 Descendents Milo Goes To College ‎(LP, Album, RE) SST Records, New Alliance Records SST 142, NAR-012 US 1989


  • Rollers from Abdun
When I was 16, I loved the sound of this album, as many of the songs feature a gritty, adrenaline-fueled quality. I must say, though: I always objected to some of the lyrics on this seminal album. Be they homophobic, judgmentally straight-edge, or just downright misanthropic, a handful of the lines do not resonate with the way I see the world.So while I will always respect the sound of this album, and its place in punk rock history, it's fair to say I eschew some of its messages.
  • Kefrannan
Fair enough. People can obviously change their thinking and/or approach over time.And for the record, that's a hilarious line-swap. :)
  • Gozragore
As do the band these days, let's not forget they were 18-19 when the album was released.When playing 'I'm not a loser' live these days they replace the line to "you fucking Disco!"
  • Efmprof
Well said. I agree 100%