Second Coming (Dickies album)

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Second Coming
Studio album by The Dickies
Released 1989
Genre Punk rock, pop punk
Label Enigma
Producer Ron Hitchcock
The Dickies chronology
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
(1988)
Second Coming
(1989)
Idjit Savant
(1994)

Second Coming is the 1989 comeback album by Los Angeles punk band The Dickies, and the band's fourth studio album. By 1989, the Dickies' brand of tongue-in-cheek, poppy punk was largely out of fashion, but the later success of bands like Green Day and the Queers make it clear what an influence these L.A. jokers were. Highlights include snarky covers of "Hair" and Gene Pitney's "Town Without Pity", alongside equally goofy originals like "Dummy Up" and "Booby Trap".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Hair"   Galt MacDermot/James Rado/Gerome Ragni 3:40
2. "Monster Island"   Leonard Graves Phillips/Stan Lee/Enoch Hain 2:16
3. "Town Without Pity"   Dimitri Tiomkin/Ned Washington 3:12
4. "Cross Eyed Tammy"   Phillips/Lee 3:04
5. "Going Homo"   Phillips 2:54
6. "Dummy Up"   Phillips 4:26
7. "Booby Trap"   Phillips 4:02
8. "Magoomba II"   Phillips/Lee 4:34
9. "Caligula"   Phillips 6:07
10. "I'm Stan"   Phillips/Lee 2:13
11. "Monkey See, Monkey Do"   Phillips 4:19

Credits[edit]

The Dickies

  • Leonard Graves Phillips - lead vocals, keyboards
  • Stan Lee - guitars, vocals
  • Enoch Hain - guitars, vocals
  • Lorenzo "Laurie" Buhne - bass, vocals
  • Cliff Martinez - drums

Additional musicians

  • Jerry Angel - drums
  • Lenny Castro - percussion
  • John "Juke" Logan - harmonica
  • Larry Klimas - flute

Production

  • Produced and Engineered by Ron Hitchcock
  • Additional Engineering by Jim Faraci, John X and Brian Fukuji
  • Cover Painting by Jeff Wong