Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors

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Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors
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Studio album by Jello Biafra & D.O.A.
Released May 18, 1989
Genre Punk rock, Hardcore punk
Length 29:06
Label Alternative Tentacles
Producer Jello Biafra, Cecil English
Jello Biafra chronology
High Priest of Harmful Matter: Tales From the Trial
Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors
I Blow Minds for a Living
D.O.A. chronology
True (North) Strong And Free
Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors
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Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors is a 1989 punk rock album born out of a collaboration between two punk stalwarts, Jello Biafra and Vancouver, Canada band D.O.A.. The album is notable for a 14-minute, furious, political rant called "Full Metal Jackoff." Based on the events of the time, the song references such topics as Willie Horton, the Iran-Contra Affair, Oliver North, the Crack epidemic and many others.

"That's Progress" was included on the Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1 compilation on Fat Wreck Chords.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Jello Biafra except where indicated.

  1. "That's Progress" - 3:13
  2. "Attack of the Peacekeepers" - 2:44
  3. "Wish I Was in El Salvador" - 2:53
  4. "Power Is Boring" (Jello Biafra, Joe Keithley) - 2:49
  5. "We Gotta Get Out of This Place" (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil; originally performed by The Animals) - 4:50
  6. "Full Metal Jackoff" - 13:57