Making Enemies Is Good
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|Making Enemies Is Good|
|Studio album by Backyard Babies|
|Recorded||Great Linford Manor, Milton Keynes, UK;
Megaphon Studios, Stockholm, Sweden;
MVG Studios, Stockholm;
AKM Studio, Vaxholm, Sweden.
|Genre||Hard rock/Punk rock|
|Producer||Thomas Skogsberg & Backyard Babies|
|Backyard Babies chronology|
Making Enemies Is Good is an album by Backyard Babies, released in 2001. A number of tracks were co-written by Ginger of The Wildhearts. The album contains big hits such as "The Clash" and "Brand New Hate". The album was produced by the famous producer Thomas Skogsberg. Skogsberg also plays a keyboard solo in the song "Colours".
All songs by Backyard Babies, except where noted.
- "I Love to Roll" - 2:04
- "Payback" - 3:03
- "Brand New Hate" - 3:01 (Backyard Babies, Ginger)
- "Colours" - 4:49
- "Star War" - 3:06
- "The Clash" - 3:06 (Backyard Babies, Thomander, Wikström)
- "My Demonic Side" - 3:36
- "The Kids Are Right" - 2:57
- "Ex-Files" - 3:36
- "Heaven 2.9" - 2:50
- "Too Tough to Make Some Friends" - 2:17
- "Painkiller" - 5:33 (Backyard Babies, Tyla)
- "Bigger W/A Trigger" - 2:06
- Backyard Babies
- Nicke Borg - lead vocals, guitar
- Dregen - guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Star War"
- Johan Blomqvist - bass guitar
- Peder Carlsson - drums
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