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It is also known as '''''Self Titled''''' or '''''Melvins'''''. Initial print runs of the album had Lysol down the side on the cover and on the spine. When Boner Records became aware of the registered trademark infringement, and were denied permission to use it, black tape and ink were used to cover the name.  
 
It is also known as '''''Self Titled''''' or '''''Melvins'''''. Initial print runs of the album had Lysol down the side on the cover and on the spine. When Boner Records became aware of the registered trademark infringement, and were denied permission to use it, black tape and ink were used to cover the name.  
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The cover painting is based on a sculpture by Cyrus Edwin Dallin named "Appeal to the Great Spirit".
  
  
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*"[[Sacrifice]]" originally by [[Flipper]]
 
*"[[Sacrifice]]" originally by [[Flipper]]
  
*"[[Second Coming]]" and "[[Ballad of Dwight Fry]]" originally by [[Alice Cooper]]
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*"[[Second Coming]]" and "[[Ballad Of Dwight Fry]]" originally by [[Alice Cooper]]
  
 
==Track listing==
 
==Track listing==

Revision as of 05:53, 15 October 2007

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Lysol was released in 1992 on Boner Records.

It is also known as Self Titled or Melvins. Initial print runs of the album had Lysol down the side on the cover and on the spine. When Boner Records became aware of the registered trademark infringement, and were denied permission to use it, black tape and ink were used to cover the name.

The cover painting is based on a sculpture by Cyrus Edwin Dallin named "Appeal to the Great Spirit".


Cover versions;

Track listing

The CD version has all the songs in one track

  1. "Untitled" – 31:23
    1. "Hung Bunny" – 10:42
    2. "Roman Dog Bird" – 7:38
    3. "Sacrifice" (Flipper) – 6:07
    4. "Second Coming" (Cooper) – 1:14
    5. "Ballad Of Dwight Fry" (Bruce/Cooper) – 3:11
    6. "With Teeth" – 2:25

Personnel