Back then, we were inexperienced in the studio. It was less about the recording process and more about rehearsing. We recorded and mixed Duh in 4 days. There's something to be said for a budget. You have to have your shit together before you go into the studio and the end result is a record that better reflects the band’s sound at the time. I think that's why so many band's first records are considered to be their best. Personally, I don’t think Duh was our best though.
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Duh was released in October 1992 and became one of Fat Wreck Chords' highest selling releases. Although it did not enter any charts, Duh has been regarded by some critics as one of the most influential punk rock albums released in the 90s.
Duh was re-released in 2007 as a limited repressing of 524 copies on purple vinyl.