Twenty-Eight Teeth

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Twenty-Eight Teeth
Buck-O-Nine - Twenty-Eight Teeth cover.jpg
Studio album by Buck-O-Nine
Released April 15, 1997
Recorded 1997
Genre Ska punk
Length 42:43
Label TVT
Producer Neill King, David Kershenbaum
Buck-O-Nine chronology
Water in My Head
(1996)Water in My Head1996
Twenty-Eight Teeth
(1997)
Pass the Dutchie
(1998)Pass the Dutchie1998

Twenty-Eight Teeth is the third album from Buck-O-Nine and was originally released in 1997 on TVT Records.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Buck-O-Nine except "I'm The Man" written by Joe Jackson

No. Title Length
1. "Round Kid" 2:59
2. "Nineteen" 2:55
3. "Albuquerque" 3:33
4. "Tear Jerky" 3:29
5. "I'm the Man" 3:20
6. "Jennifer's Cold" 2:59
7. "Steve Was Dead" 2:00
8. "What Happened to My Radio?" 2:32
9. "Twenty-Eight Teeth" 2:48
10. "You Go You're Gone" 3:07
11. "Peach Fish" 3:24
12. "Record Store" 3:26
13. "My Town" 3:34
14. "Little Pain Inside" 2:31

Credits[edit]

Performance[edit]

  • Jon Pebsworth - Vocals
  • Jonas Kleiner - Guitar
  • Dan Albert - Trombone
  • Anthony Curry - Trumpet
  • Craig Yarnold - Tenor Sax
  • Scott Kennerly - Bass
  • Steve Bauer - Drums

Production[edit]

  • Produced, engineered and mixed by Neill King at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California
  • Assistant Engineer - Giedon Zaretsky
  • (Except Twenty-Eight Teeth) produced and mixed by David Kershenbaum. Mixed at Ranch Recording Studio, Solvang, California. Engineered by Alvin Clark.
  • Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, NYC
  • Art direction and design, Ron Cameron