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Milo Goes to College

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Description: Like a slightly more sardonic, decidedly Californianized Undertones, the Descendents ran the gamut of adolescent interest, from girls to, uh, girls. And they matched that wide scope with an equally wide array of three-chord tunes. So why is this such an essential record? One word: Milo. Singer Milo Aukerrman--who really was off to college after recording it--yelps "I'm Not a Punk" and "I'm Not a Loser" with such desperation that it's almost touching. Then again, the nyah-nyah attitude that crops up just about everywhere else marks him as the sorta guy who'd probably pick your pocket as you were looking for a ... (more)
Manufacturer: Sst Records
Release date: 4 October 1991
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0018861014227 UPC: 018861014227
Tags: Punk (3), 1982 (1), Political (1)
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RS: 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All-Time (40 music items)

"L.A.'s Descendents thought their debut would be their only record because singer Milo Aukerman was, in fact, heading off to school. He earned his degree in biology, but the Descendents still managed to become a pop-punk institution, turning stunted rage toward their miserable middle-class existence on "I'm Not a Punk" and "Suburban Home" to pave the way for Green Day and every Warped Tour band that followed."

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"MILO GOES TO COLLEGE (1982) DESCENDENTS Review coming soon... "

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"March 31st Year: 1982 Genre: Punk Suburban Home"

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