Born Innocent (Redd Kross album)

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Born Innocent
Studio album by Redd Kross
Released 1982
Genre Hardcore punk
Label Smoke 7
Frontier
Producer Redd Kross and Felix Alanis
Redd Kross chronology
Red Cross
(1980)
Born Innocent
(1982)
Teen Babes From Monsanto
(1984)
Alternate cover art
1986 reissue as Redd Kross

Born Innocent is the first LP album originally released by Red Cross (now known as Redd Kross) in 1982 on Smoke 7 Records,[1] and re-released in 1986 on Frontier Records with different cover art and three bonus tracks taken from Sudden Death and American Youth Report comps.[2] This record was produced by Smoke 7 owner, Felix Alanis, who was also the lead singer of RF7. In 2007 the album was performed live in its entirety as part of the All Tomorrow's Parties-curated Don't Look Back series.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Jeff and Steve McDonald except where noted.[3]

  1. "Linda Blair" – 2:04
  2. "White Trash" – 1:27
  3. "Everyday There's Someone New" – 1:06
  4. "Solid Gold" – 1:13
  5. "Burn-Out" – 1:24
  6. "Charlie" – 1:47
  7. "Tatum O'Tot and the Fried Vegetables" – 1:32 [reissue bonus track]
  8. "St. Lita Ford Blues" – 3:28 [reissue bonus track]
  9. "Self Respect" – :42
  10. "Pseudo-Intellectual" – 1:12
  11. "Kill Someone You Hate" – 1:26
  12. "Look on Up at the Bottom" (Stu Phillips) – 2:11
  13. "Cellulite City" – 1:59
  14. "I'm Alright" – 1:57
  15. "Cease to Exist" (Charles Manson) – 2:29
    • Charles Manson cover
  16. "Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me" – 2:24 [reissue bonus track]

Personnel[edit]

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