July 29, 2021
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Green Jello AKA Green Jellÿ Unleashes “Garbage Band Kids” Album!

Get ready to party on a Friday night punk rock puppet style fellow Faygoluvers.net enthusiasts! We are mad thrilled to report that the highly anticipated Green Jellÿ record  “Garbage Band Kids” has been fully unleashed to the world for our own listening pleasure today via Cleopatra Records! Fans can support hard copies of “Garbage Band Kids” on CD and Vinyl here: http://cleorecs.com/home/playlist/green-jelly-garbage-band-kids/

Digital copies of “Garbage Band Kids” here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/garbage-band-kids/1562266192

From Cleopatra Records: 

“Hilarious punk rock pranksters, Green Jelly (formerly Green Jello) – best known for their 1993 hit “Three Little Pigs” – are back to blow your house down in with this brand new studio album, their first since 2009!

Includes guest musical performances by members of Trailer Park Boys, Suicidal Tendencies, Fishbone, The Dwarves, Piledriver, Hacksaw Jim Duggin, Kittie and others. PLUS special cameos by “Weird Al” Yankovic and Wink Martindale!”

Official “Garbage Band Kids” Tracklist 

1

Pukebox

2

Silence Of The Squarepants

3

Punk Rock Pope

4

Fuxk It

5

Boy Who Cried Wolf

6

Drinking Song

7

Back Alley Dentist

8

Champion

9

333

10

Hey Hey Hey

11

Beat My Meat

12

Weirdo [CD ONLY]

13

Freetoe Feet [CD ONLY]

14

Ballad Of Green Jellÿ [CD ONLY]

15

Three Little Pigs

16

Mægnus Ærena

17

Holyman Back [CD ONLY]

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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. ElectroheadDante

    ElectroheadDante

    Comment posted on Monday, June 14th, 2021 04:12 am GMT -5 at 4:12 am

    Sweeeeeet! 🤘💚🤘 Been a fan since ’94 after playing Maximum Carnage and discovering their music through the game. Such great times those were in my early teenage years. And happy to see there’s incentive to buying the CD version as opposed to vinyl. I’m just not a vinyl person, as it looks weird everytime I see more of them on a shelf than CD’s these days.

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