Armageddon Massive

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Armageddon Massive
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Studio album by The Dingees
Released March 24, 1998
Genre Punk rock
Label BEC Recordings
The Dingees chronology
Armageddon Massive
(1998)
Sundown to Midnight
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cross Rhythms (not rated)[1][2]
The Phantom Tollbooth (not rated)[3]
7ball (not rated)[4]
YouthWorker (not rated)[5]

Armageddon Massive is the debut full length album from Californian ska band The Dingees. The album's sound moves between punk and ska, and its lyrics focus on the frustrations of life.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ghetto Box Smash"
  2. "Chaos Control"
  3. "Bullet Proof"
  4. "Could Be Worse"
  5. "Workin' Man's Blues"
  6. "Rebel Youth"
  7. "Betrayal"
  8. "Deadman"
  9. "Carry On With The Countdown"
  10. "Another Burnin' City"
  11. "Escape To L.A."
    • Dub version of "Could Be Worse" (hidden track) starts at 4:20

Music Credits[edit]

  • Pegleg - Throat
  • Bean Hernandez - Bass
  • Jeff Holmes - Geetar
  • Ethan Luck - Drums

Guest musicians[edit]

  • David Ralicke - Trombone, Bari Sax
  • Efren Santana - Tenor Sax
  • Kincaid Smith - Trumpet
  • Ronnie King - Keys

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cross Rhythms review
  2. ^ Cummings, Tony (June 1999). "The Dingees - Armageddon Massive". Cross Rhythms (51). 
  3. ^ The Phantom Tollbooth review
  4. ^ Walker, Derek (July–August 1998). "reviews: Armageddon Massive". 7ball (19): 54. ISSN 1082-3980. 
  5. ^ a b Houge, Ty Chap (July–August 1998). "Tools / Music / Armageddon Massive". YouthWorker Journal XIV (6): 67–68. ISSN 0747-3486.