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'''''Honky''''' was released in 1997 on [[Amphetamine Reptile Records]]. Edition of 2500 on black vinyl.
 
'''''Honky''''' was released in 1997 on [[Amphetamine Reptile Records]]. Edition of 2500 on black vinyl.
  
 
*LP/CD - 1997
 
*LP/CD - 1997
**Amphetamine Reptile Records ARR81/024 - AmRep064 - edition of 2500 LPs
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**Amphetamine Reptile Records ARR81/024 (Europe) / AmRep064 (USA) - edition of 2500 LPs
  
 
*CD - 2011
 
*CD - 2011

Latest revision as of 08:56, 25 May 2020

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Honky was released in 1997 on Amphetamine Reptile Records. Edition of 2500 on black vinyl.

  • LP/CD - 1997
    • Amphetamine Reptile Records ARR81/024 (Europe) / AmRep064 (USA) - edition of 2500 LPs
  • CD - 2011
    • Amphetamine Reptile Records AmRep064 - re-released as "Honkey" in a numbered edition of 50 in a black letterpress sleeve for sale on tour.
  • CD - 2016
    • Amphetamine Reptile Records AmRep064 - re-released in a limited edition of 35 in a letterpress sleeve for sale on the Spring 2016 tour.


Track listing

  1. "They All Must Be Slaughtered" (Melvins) – 8:17
  2. "Mombius Hibachi" (Melvins) – 1:58
  3. "Lovely Butterfly" (Melvins) – 2:10
  4. "Pitfalls In Serving Warrants" (Melvins) – 3:36
  5. "Air Breather Deep In The Arms Of Morphius" (Melvins) – 12:12
  6. "Laughing With Lucifer At Satan's Sideshow" (Melvins) – 2:16
  7. "HOW --++-- " (Melvins) – 3:26
  8. "Harry Lauders Walking Stick Tree" (Melvins) – 3:17
  9. "Grin" (Melvins) – 4:11
  10. "In The Freaktose The Bugs Are Dying" (Melvins) – 29:23

Personnel

Notes

Of the original edition of 2500 LPs, eight were 'defective' or damaged. These eight were numbered and signed by Buzz, Dale and Mark and came with a note from the label: "Congrats and Thanks from The Melvins and Amrep for stocking and supporting real rock. Buzz Dale and Mark scribed upon only 8 copies Honky. Why eight? Because thats how many defecto slabs emerged in the limited run of 2500. So the value is more along the sentiment lines, a graphed hello from the band that can grace the walls of the shop or snugly replace the opera window of your '73 LTD. Enjoy and thank you PHB. MELVINS honky signed LP x OF 8."


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