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|Studio album by 311|
|Label||What Have You Records|
|Producer||Nick Hexum, Tom Lippold|
Dammit! was 311's second independent release (following 1989's Downstairs, which is an EP), on their own record company, What Have You Records. It was released in 1990 and it is considered by some people[who?] to be the band's first album. This album is no longer in print and is very rare. Because of this, it has become a collectors item, and has also gained acceptance from some fans. Only 300 copies were made, and made available only on cassette.
- "Damn" (Nick Hexum) - 2:09
- "This Too Shall Pass" (Nick Hexum) - 4:26
- "Peaceful Revolution" (Nick Hexum) - 4:12
- "!¢#$ the %&*!" (Hexum, Watson, and Martinez) - 3:47 aka "Fuck the Bullshit"
- "Down South" (Hexum, Sexton, and Watkins) - 3:37
- "Summer of Love" (Nick Hexum) - 5:20
- "Push It Away" (Nick Hexum) - 3:09
- "Slinky*" (Nick Hexum) - 5:18
- "Independence Day*" (Nick Hexum) - 3:26
- "To Be Honest*" (Hexum, Sexton, and Watkins) - 3:47
- "Thriving to the Scene*" (Nick Hexum) - 1:48
Liner notes (official)
- P-Nut - Bass
- Jim Watson - Guitar
- Chad Sexton - Drums, Vocals, Perc.
- Nick Hexum - Vocals, Keyboard, Bass, Acoustic Guit., Perc.
- Doug Martinez (Ese)
- Tom Lippold
"*" Songs recorded in L.A. with:
- Marcus Watkins - Guitars
- Ward Bones - Keyboard
- Produced by Nick Hexum and Tom Lippold
- Engineered by Tom Lippold
- Recorded at IEV Studios in Papillion, NE
- (P) 1990 What have you records.