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We Have Come for Your Children

We Have Come for Your Children
Studio album by The Dead Boys
Released June 1978
Recorded Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida
Genre Punk rock
Length 30:17
Label Sire
Producer Felix Pappalardi
The Dead Boys chronology
Young Loud and Snotty
(1977)
We Have Come for Your Children
(1978)
Night of the Living Dead Boys
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
Robert Christgau B–[2]

We Have Come for Your Children is the second and final studio album by the American punk rock band Dead Boys. It was recorded and released in 1978, on Sire Records. The recording of album was troublesome for the group and lead to a break because of tensions with Felix Pappalardi. The band didn't think he understood their music and tried to get James Williamson of The Stooges to salvage the sessions, but were unable to do so. A short time later, the band broke up.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Cover versions 3
  • References 4

Track listing

  1. "3rd Generation Nation" (Stiv Bators) – 2:35
  2. "I Won't Look Back" (Jimmy Zero) – 2:16
  3. "(I Don't Wanna Be No) Catholic Boy" (Bators) – 2:42
  4. "Flame Thrower Love" (Bators, Zero) – 2:03
  5. "Son of Sam" (Zero) – 5:10
  6. "Tell Me" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 2:37
  7. "Big City" (Kim Fowley, Steven Tetsch) – 3:03
  8. "Calling on You (Bators, Cheetah Chrome, Zero) – 3:29
  9. "Dead and Alive" (Bators, Chrome) – 1:48
  10. "Ain't It Fun" (Chrome, Peter Laughner) – 4:34

Personnel

Cover versions

References

  1. ^ We Have Come for Your Children at AllMusic
  2. ^  


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