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Podcast Episode
Season
Two
number
98
Type
Album Review
Post Date
11/27/2012

Baby Chaos

098 Safe Sex Designer Drugs and the Death of Rock 'n Roll by Baby Chaos

Safe Sex Designer Drugs and the Death of Rock 'n Roll

Label
EastWest
Release year
1994
Producer
Baby Chaos
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In the late 90s they changed their name to Deckard, so how does Baby Chaos stack up?

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For episode #98, we're using a listener suggestion as an opportunity to check out an obscure band neither of us knew about to that later became another obscure band that we actually did know about. Got it? Scottish rockers Baby Chaos are the band, and they also provide us with the longest album title to date with 1995's Safe Sex Designer Drugs n Roll. In the late 90s they changed their name to Deckard, a band we both listened back in the early 2000s. We liked Deckard, so how does Baby Chaos stack up?

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Saliva
  • 1:50 - History of the Band
  • 11:17 - Sperm
  • 13:47 - A Bullet for the End
  • 25:38 - Go To Hell
  • Outro - Hello Victim

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