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
(1989)High Priest of Harmful Matter: Tales From the Trial1989
Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors
(1989)
I Blow Minds for a Living
(1991)I Blow Minds for a Living1991
D.O.A. chronology
True (North) Strong And Free
(1987) True (North) Strong And Free1987
Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors
(1989) Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors1989
Murder
(1990) Murder1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
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

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