Cerebral Ballzy (album)

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Cerebral Ballzy
Studio album by Cerebral Ballzy
Released July 26, 2011 (2011-07-26) (US)
Recorded Los Angeles[1]
Genre Punk, Hardcore punk
Length 19:29
Label Williams Street
Producer Joby J Ford[2]
Cerebral Ballzy chronology
The Grip
Cerebral Ballzy
Live at The Macbeth
Singles from Cerebral Ballzy
  1. "Insufficient Fare"
    Released: November 29, 2010
  2. "Cutting Class"
    Released: June 19, 2011
  3. "Junky For Her"
    Released: July 5, 2011

Cerebral Ballzy is the debut album from Brooklyn Punk band Cerebral Ballzy. It was released on July 26, 2011 in the United States through Williams Street Records.

Their album was heavily promoted on Adult Swim through a 60 second commercial spot, which is their music video for "Don't Tell Me What To Do". Directed by the film-making duo The Marshall Darlings,[3] the promo is filmed on distorted black and white videotape and starts with a close up of lead singer Honor Titus, as he and his band mates walk outside a nightclub and on the streets yelling out the lyrics of the song shown on the bottom of the screen.[4]

The artwork for the album was done by Raymond Pettibon,[5] who has previously worked with bands such as Sonic Youth, Off!, Foo Fighters and Black Flag.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "On The Run"   2:03
2. "Office Rocker"   0:59
3. "Don't Tell Me What To Do"   1:01
4. "Insufficient Fare"   1:54
5. "Junkie For Her"   1:58
6. "Drug Myself Dumb"   1:19
7. "Puke Song"   1:35
8. "You're Idle"   1:40
9. "Don't Look My Way"   1:51
10. "SK8 All Day"   1:34
11. "Cutting Class"   2:38
12. "Anthem"   1:03


  • Honor Titus - lead vocals
  • Melvin Honore (Mel) - bassist
  • Mason - guitarist
  • Jason - guitarist
  • Crazy Abe - drummer