Digital Dump

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Digital Dump
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Studio album by
Released1990
GenreHouse, experimental
Length38:03
LabelRough Trade (US)
Naked Brain (UK)
ProducerThe Jackofficers
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]
Chicago Tribune2.5/4 stars[2]

Digital Dump is an album by The Jackofficers, an electronic and sample-based side project of Butthole Surfers members Gibby Haynes and Jeff Pinkus.[3][4][5] It is the only release by the band.

Critical reception[edit]

The Chicago Tribune wrote: "Sounding somewhere between industrial dance such as Ministry and Herbie Hancock, this stuff is OK if you want to dance in a dump."[2] Spin called it "mega-brilliant weirdness."[6] The Washington Post stated that the album is "a little funkier, and a little funnier, than most industrial."[7]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love-O-Maniac" – 3:05
  2. "Time Machines Pt. 1" – 4:57
  3. "Time Machines Pt. 2" – 4:05
  4. "L.A. Mama Peanut Butter" – 3:28
  5. "Do It" – 3:20
  6. "Swingers Club" – 4:18
  7. "Ventricular Refibulation" – 4:03
  8. "#6" – 2:44
  9. "Don't Touch That" – 3:09
  10. "An Hawaiian Christmas Song" – 3:33
  11. "Flush" – 1:21

References[edit]

  1. ^ AllMusic Review by Patrick Kennedy. "Digital Dump - Jackofficers | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  2. ^ a b Herrmann, Brenda. "JackofficersDigital Dump (Rough Trade) (STAR)(STAR) 1/2The Jackofficers,..." chicagotribune.com.
  3. ^ "Butthole Surfers". Trouser Press. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  4. ^ Thompson, Dave (2000). Alternative Rock - Dave Thompson - Google Books. ISBN 9780879306076. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  5. ^ Azerrad, Michael (December 2012). Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground ... - Michael Azerrad - Google Books. ISBN 9780316247184. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  6. ^ "Heavy Rotation". SPIN - Google Books. February 1991. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  7. ^ Jenkins, Mark (1991-01-25). "Synthetic Appeal Of Industrial Mix". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2020-06-02.