Not Richard, But Dick Hollywood, 1993
(c) (p) 1993 Hollywood Records
All Songs Written By The Dead Milkmen
All Lyrics (c) 1993 Golf Pro Music (BMI)
Administered By Bug Music
o Dean Clean (Drums, Tamborine, BV)
o 11070 (Bass Guitar)
o Arr. Trad. (Vocals, Keyboards, Tin Whistle, Harmonica)
o Butterfly Fairweather (Vocals, Guitar)
Click on the tracks for lyrics/tab/information on each song.
Total time: 28:31
Lyrics to the whole album
Guitar Tab to the whole album
The second and last album from the Hollywood years (known as The Lost Years on the Restless "Death Rides a Pale Cow" compilation).
Joe again takes a major vocal role, singing half of these songs.
I hate to say it, but one of my least favourite Milkmen albums. I could forgive it for only having 10 songs (and being under 30 minutes!) if they were all great songs, but they're not. Let's Get The Baby High is just bad (and not as subtle as their usual efforts... yes, you heard me... subtle) and Nobody Falls Like really grates on my ears.
The other 8 songs aren't classics, but they're still pretty good, ensuring that even this one gets a regular spin. I really like the last two songs, especially.
When asked on the message board, Dean declared this to be his favourite Milkmen album.
BTW, I don't own a legitimate copy of this, so any help with the liner notes, thanks, details etc. would be appreciated.