Weirdos – We Got The Neutron Bomb 7″


First The Nuns and now the Weirdos. What’s next? Exploited, Clash and Sex Pistols? Probably. Some records that are quiet known still deserves some more exposure. And come on it’s on one of the best punk labels ever. The packaging of all their releases is just amazing. And the Dangerhouse logo looks sooo good. Weirdos, some art students that dressed cool and made some great tunes. You know them and I can stop writing here which is a relief.

Country: USA
Year: 1977
Label: Dangerhouse
Format: 7″
We Got The Neutron Bomb.mp3
Solitary Confinement.mp3

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22 Responses to Weirdos – We Got The Neutron Bomb 7″

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  2. Jay Thurston says:

    This is seriously one of the greatest, most powerful records ever! I never get tired of these two songs.

  3. Monger says:

    Belongs in everyones collection.

  4. james aldo says:

    have you cleared with the weirdos to be posting their ep? the weirdos reunited a few years back and i’m sure they wouldn’t want their music posted for free without you asking.

  5. Lee says:

    “solitary confinement” is one of my all time favorite punk songs. can’t get enough of it…

  6. timmythepunk says:

    Solitary Confinement is among my favourite punk singles ever.Its easy to play too,
    C# B A
    E C#
    F# D# x2
    E B
    C# F#
    use maximum distortion,killer tune

  7. Tall Jim says:

    Killer post!!!!!!!

  8. Tom says:

    …and John and Dix’s mom was Mrs. TV in “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.”

    I have it so I didn’t download it, but I echo that this is one of the greatest singles ever and belongs in everyone’s collection.

  9. Tom says:

    Oh, and to answer your “What’s next?” question, how about the Vox Pop “The Band, The Myth, The Legend” EP, which I haven’t seen posted anywhere.

  10. Brushback says:

    The greatest U.S. punk single ever… at least, that’s what I say.

  11. hdvns says:

    Hands done a classic! Anyone ever heard of the album 13.13? A post Weirdos band with perhaps the Denneys?

  12. Jay Thurston says:

    James aldo is a dildo!

  13. frack says:

    Weirdos good, KBDR gooder …maybe post Who What Where 12″ someday?

  14. Jay Thurston says:

    When Why and How????

  15. fred says:

    There is a new Bomp release called Destroy All Music that has the great Who What When Where Why (recorded in Thousand Oaks!), the ’77 45 Destroy All Music (Bomb 45 is really ’78) and 4 amazing demos for the 45 that I ain’t never even heard before! They are even better than Ranting in A Rubber Room, which I like alot!

  16. Jay Thurston says:

    Thanks fred.

  17. Anonymous says:


    The 13.13 album is actually a Lydia Lunch record released in 1982 on Ruby (a sub label of Slash curated by Chris D).

    Dix Denney (g), Cliff Martinez (d) and Greg Williams (b) are the members of the Weirdos on the record.

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  19. behjan says:

    someone (who has a great taste in Punk,btw))in all seriousness meant the song SOLITARY CONFINEMENT “is just a B-side song”…
    incredible,isn´t it? Sure, tastes are different
    but to me SC outdoes their We got the Neutron Bomb!
    Can´t get enough of SC !

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