Love Songs for the Retarded

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Love Songs for the Retarded
Studio album by The Queers
Released April 13, 1993
July 11, 2006 (reissue)
Recorded 1993
Genre Pop punk, punk rock
Length 35:54


Asian Man (reissue)
Producer Ben Weasel
Mass Giorgini
The Queers chronology
Grow Up
Love Songs For the Retarded
Rocket to Russia
Alternative cover
Asian Man Records reissue cover (2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link 4/5 stars link
Robert Christgau (1-star Honorable Mention)[1]

Love Songs for the Retarded is the second full length album by pop punk band The Queers. Released in 1993 by Lookout! Records, this would be a big step toward music structure from their last album Grow Up, making it sound more Pop Punk than raw Punk Rock.

Ben Weasel of the Screeching Weasel had continuation in writing songs with Joe Queer. The two songs would be "I Can't Stop Farting" and "Fuck The World". Ben's band would perform his version of "Fuck The World" on Wiggle (re-release only)

In 2006, The Queers rescinded their master rights from Lookout! due to unpaid royalties. Later that year, they signed to Asian Man Records and reissued "Love Songs For the Retarded" on CD and LP.

"Love Songs For the Retarded" is The Queers’ all time best seller, selling over 100,000 copies. [2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Joe King, except as noted.

  1. "You're Tripping" - 1:51
  2. "Ursula Finally Has Tits" - 2:26
  3. "I Hate Everything" - 1:20
  4. "Teenage Bonehead" - 2:14
  5. "Fuck This World" (King,Weasel) - 2:31 (Printed as "Fuck This World" in original Lookout! release)
  6. "I Can't Stop Farting" (King,Weasel) - 1:42
  7. "Feeling Groovy" - 2:18
  8. "Debra Jean" - 3:35
  9. "Hi Mom, It's Me" - 0:58
  10. "Noodlebrain" - 2:25
  11. "I Can't Stand You" (Parasite) - 1:14
  12. "Night of the Livid Queers" - 2:18
  13. "Granolahead" - 2:22
  14. "I Won't Be" - 2:07
  15. "Monster Zero" - 2:16
  16. "Daydreaming" - 3:50


  • Joe Queer - Lead vocals, Guitar
  • B-Face - Bass, Backing Vocals
  • Hugh O'Neill - Drums, Backing Vocals