A Collection of Pop Classics

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A Collection of Pop Classics
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Compilation album by Reagan Youth
Released July 22, 1994 (1994-07-22)[1]
Recorded 1984, 1990
Genre Hardcore punk
Length 60:09
Label New Red Archives
Reagan Youth chronology
Volume 2
(1990)
A Collection of Pop Classics
(1994)
Live & Rare
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]
Punknews 5/5 stars[3]

A Collection of Pop Classics is an album by American hardcore punk band Reagan Youth. It was released after the break-up of the band in 1989 and the suicide of lead singer Dave Rubinstein in 1993. The record is a compilation of the band's two studio albums, Volume 1 and Volume 2.

Track listing[edit]

Source: Last.fm,[4] Allmusic[5]

No. Title Length
1. "Reagan Youth" 1:16
2. "New Aryans" 1:17
3. "(Are You) Happy?" 1:33
4. "No Class" 1:34
5. "I Hate Hate" 2:00
6. "Degenerated" 2:22
7. "Go Nowhere" 1:22
8. "USA" 1:23
9. "Anytown" 2:00
10. "In Dog We Trust" 2:50
11. "It's A Beautiful Day" 3:53
12. "Jesus Was A Communist" 1:44
13. "Urban Savages" 1:23
14. "What Will The Neighbors Think?" 3:50
15. "Get The Ruler Out" 2:25
16. "Brave New World" 4:30
17. "Miss Teen America" 2:46
18. "Heavy Metal Shuffle" 4:38
19. "Queen Babylon" 5:12
20. "Acid Rain" 1:55
21. "One Holy Bible" 6:33
22. "Back to the Garden (Parts I-IV)" 4:05

Personnel[edit]

  • Dave Rubinstein – vocals (all tracks)
  • Paul Bakija – guitar (all tracks); bass (tracks 11–22)
  • Al Pike – bass (tracks 1–10)
  • Steve Weinstein – drums (tracks 1–10)
  • Javier Madriaga – drums (tracks 11–22)

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