Here Today, Guano Tomorrow
|Here Today, Guano Tomorrow|
|Studio album by Dayglo Abortions|
|Genre||Hardcore punk, crossover thrash|
God Records (re-issue)
|Dayglo Abortions chronology|
Here Today, Guano Tomorrow is a 1987 album by the Dayglo Abortions.
- "Fuck My Shit Stinks" - 3:16 (Murray Acton)
- "Fuck Satan to Death" - 3:28 (N. Burnes)
- "Dragons" - 3:24 (Acton)
- "Hide the Hamster" - 2:35 (Acton)
- "The Spawn of Yog Sothoth" - 4:34 (Acton, Saffron Henderson)
- "Shred Central" - 3:47 (Acton, Burnes, Tony Hagen)
- "Drugged and Driving" - 5:25 (Acton, Henderson)
- "Here Today Guano Tomorrow" - 4:55 (Acton)
- "Kill Johnny Stiff" - 1:55 (Acton)
This is one of the very few late 80's punk albums that was available on 8 track. The cassette version was on high quality Cr02 (chrome) tape with Dolby, also very unusual for indie labels of the day.
A music video was released for the title track "Here Today, Guano Tomorrow". The video features the band playing live with cut scenes of other things relating to the song. It was the band's first and only music video.
- "The Cretin" Murray Acton: Guitars, Vocals
- Spud: Bass
- Jesus Bonehead: Drums
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