6twenty

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6twenty
D4 6twenty.jpg
Studio album by The D4
Released October 2001 (2001-10)
Genre Garage Rock Garage Punk
Length 39:29
Label Flying Nun Records
Producer The D4, Antonio Fernandez, Bob Frisbee
The D4 chronology
The D4 (EP)
(2000)
6twenty
(2001)
Out of My Head
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (2.8/10)[2]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[3]

6twenty is the debut album released by New Zealand rock band The D4 in 2001. A limited edition vinyl version was released in 2002.

Track listing[edit]

  • All Songs Written By The D4, except where noted.
Original 2001 release
  1. "Rock'n'Roll Motherfucker" 2:00
  2. "Party" 2:39
  3. "Come On!" 2:23
  4. "Pirate Love" (Johnny Thunders) 3:39
  5. "Running On Empty" 3:12
  6. "Ladies Man" 3:47
  7. "Invader Ace" (Guitar Wolf) 2:46
  8. "Little Baby" 3:08
  9. "Rebekah" 3:37
  10. "Mysterex" (The Scavengers) 3:56
  11. "Exit To The City" 3:40
  12. "Heartbreaker" 4:28
2002 Limited Vinyl release
  1. "RocknRoll Motherf**ker"
  2. "Party"
  3. "Come On!"
  4. "Pirate Love"
  5. "Running On Empty"
  6. "Ladies Man"
  7. "Invader Ace"
  8. "Heartbreaker"
  9. "Get Loose"
  10. "Little Baby"
  11. "Rebekah"
  12. "Mysterex"
  13. "Exit To The City"
2003 US release
  1. "Rock'n'Roll Motherfucker" (Abbreviated "RnR MF" on the back cover)
  2. "Get Loose"
  3. "Party"
  4. "Come On!"
  5. "Invader Ace"
  6. "Exit To The City"
  7. "Heartbreaker"
  8. "Running On Empty"
  9. "Ladies Man"
  10. "Pirate Love"
  11. "Little Baby"
  12. "Rebekah"
  13. "Mysterex"
  14. "Outta Blues"

(Also includes enhanced CD extras, such as the video for "Get Loose")

Personnel[edit]

  • Dion Palmer: Vocals, Guitars
  • Jimmy Christmas: Vocals, Guitars
  • Vaughan "Vaughn" Williams: Bass
  • Daniel "Beaver" Pooley: Drums
  • With Cameron Rowe: Organ

Production[edit]

  • Produced By The D4, Antonio Fernandez & Bob Frisbee
  • Engineered By Andrew Buckton, Bob Frisbee & Malcolm Welsford

References[edit]