|EP by AFI|
|Released||March 2, 1993|
|Label||Key Lime Pie Records|
Dork is an EP by American punk rock band AFI, released on March 2, 1993 on Key Lime Pie Records. It is a split 7" with Loose Change (of which future AFI guitarist Jade Puget was a member), with AFI's Dork on one side and Loose Change's Stick Around on the other side.
This was AFI's first release, put out within a year of forming, and was limited to 210 copies, out of which 4 were test pressings and 6 were used for promotion, so only 200 copies were sold. It is now out of print and highly sought after among collectors, selling for over $700. The album was planned for reissue in 1995 but plans folded for unknown reasons. Counterfeits were sold on eBay for at least a year, triggering a warning response from the record label.
The cover is a picture of AFI drummer Adam Carson.
- "Red Hat" - 1:17
- "Self Pity" - 0:57
- "Ny-Quil" - 1:48
"Mini Trucks Suck" is an outtake from the Dork sessions. It was available for download for a short time via AFI's official website.
- Davey Havok – lead vocals
- Mark Stopholese – guitars, backing vocals
- Geoff Kresge – bass, backing vocals
- Adam Carson – drums, percussion, backing vocals
- AFI on allmusic
- AFireInside.net Archived 2012-02-25 at WebCite
- Complete Discography Archived February 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- Interview with Geoff Kresge Archived November 14, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- DORK - The Real Thing vs. The Bootleg - Key Lime Pie Records
- AFI songs Archived February 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.