Stukas Over Disneyland

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Stukas Over Disneyland
Studio album by The Dickies
Released 1983
Genre Punk rock
Label PVC
Producer Robin Geoffrey Cable, Ed Stasium
The Dickies chronology
Dawn of the Dickies
(1979)
Stukas Over Disneyland
(1983)
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
(1988)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Stukas Over Disneyland is an album by American punk band The Dickies, originally released in 1983. It includes a cover of The Quick's "Pretty Please Me" and Led Zeppelin's "Communication Breakdown".

The cover illustrates the album's title by showing a Stuka dive bomber over the head of Mickey Mouse.

Track listing (Original issue)[edit]

  1. "Rosemary" - 2:08
  2. "She's a Hunchback" - 1:24
  3. "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" - 2:14
  4. "Communication Breakdown" - 2:02
  5. "Pretty Please Me" - 3:32
  6. "Wagon Train" - 3:08
  7. "If Stuart Could Talk" - 2:28
  8. "Stukas Over Disneyland" - 3:12

Track listing (Restless Records reissue)[edit]

  1. "Pretty Please Me" (Steve Huffsteter)
  2. "Wagon Train" (Leonard Graves Phillips, Huffsteter)
  3. "If Stuart Could Talk" (Phillips, Huffsteter)
  4. "Stukas Over Disneyland" (Phillips, Stan Lee, Huffsteter, Billy Club)
  5. "I'm Okay, You're Okay" (Lee, S. Goddard, Phillips)
  6. "Bedrock Barney" (Phillips, Lee)
  7. "Gigantor" (Eugene Raskin, Louis C. Singer)
  8. "Rosemary" (Phillips)
  9. "She's a Hunchback" (Phillips, Lee)
  10. "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" (Phillips, Lee)
  11. "Communication Breakdown" (Jimmy Page, Robert Plant)

Credits[edit]

  • Leonard Graves Phillips - Lead vocals on all tracks
  • Stan Lee - Guitar on all tracks
  • Billy Club - Bass on tracks 1-4 (original issue) and tracks 5-7 (reissue)
  • Laurie Buhne - Bass and vocals on tracks 5-8 (original issue)
  • Scott Sindon - Guitar and vocals on tracks 1-4 (original issue)
  • Steve Hufsteter - Guitar on tracks 6-8 (original issue)
  • Chuck Wagon - Drums on tracks 1, 2 and 4 (original issue); guitar on tracks 5-7 (reissue)
  • Karlos Kaballero - Drums on track 3 (original issue) and tracks 5-7 (reissue)
  • Jerry Angel - Drums on tracks 5-8 (original issue)

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