|A3||Long Lone Ranger|
|B1||Goodbye Mr. Policeman|
|B2||Sweet Sweet Satan|
|B3||Baby Ü R A Dräg|
|B4||Call Me Animal
Written-By – The MC5*
Written-By – Jimi Hendrix
|T&G#51||Didjits||Hornet Piñata (LP, Album)||Touch And Go||T&G#51||US||1990|
|T&GLP#51CD||Didjits||Hornet Pinata (CD, Album, RP)||Touch And Go||T&GLP#51CD||US||Unknown|
|T&GLP#51, 08-17445||Didjits||Hornet Pinata (LP, Album)||Touch And Go, EFA||T&GLP#51, 08-17445||Germany||1990|
|T&GLP#51C||Didjits||Hornet Pinata (Cass, Album)||Touch And Go||T&GLP#51C||US||1990|
|T&GLP#51CD||Didjits||Hornet Pinata (CD, Album)||Touch And Go||T&GLP#51CD||US||1990|
referencing Hornet Piñata, LP, Album, T&G.Hornet pinata was the first Didjits record I bought, I came close to wearing it out, due to constant listening, From the moment Killboy Powerhead kicked in I was addicted, and got hold of pretty much everything they released. A Truly amazing band that played quality high energy punk rock, which was perfect listening when on Amphetamine Sulphate!
didjits Rick sims The didjits Rey Washam Doug Evans foxy lady Didjits - Hornet Piñata didjits hornet piñana hornet pinata didjist hornet pinata. KOBKED-X 5 months ago. It's like Alice Donut made a baby with NoMeansNo and then had a threesome with Dead Kennedys while Biafra filmed the shenanigans. Hector Osbert 2 years ago. RIP Doug Evans. La idea es poner toda la discografía de Didjits y Gaza strippers, más los demos y algun recital! David Buckman 1 years ago. yup. one of the best.
Didjits were known for the aggressive guitar playing and persona of Rick Sims, who often baited the audience between songs, and took plenty of abuse for it. Moreover, the band also added odd stunts and theatrical bits to some of their stage shows, particularly when playing in Chicago and Champaign. They released their first album in 1986 on Bam Bam Records and disbanded in 1994, but briefly reunited in 2006. Brad Sims left the band in 1992. The album showcased the burgeoning songwriting talents of Rick Sims, along with his fast, stinging guitar leads. They played their souped up rock and roll with plenty of speed. The band's following solidified with the release of Hornet Pinata, which equaled, if not bettered, its predecessor. The album was littered with memorable riffs and careening, pile-driving rhythms, and perhaps the best set of lyrics on any Didjits record.
Hornet Piñata is the third album by American punk rock band, The Didjits, released on July 22, 1990 through Touch and Go Records. There were two music videos produced: Captain Ahab and Sweet Sweet Satan. All tracks written by Didjits, except "Call Me Animal" by the MC5 and "Foxey Lady" by Jimi Hendrix. Doug Evans – bass guitar, vocals (Foxey Lady only). Rick Sims – vocals, guitar. Production and additional personnel. Iain Burgess – production. Didjits – production.
Killboy Powerhead, 02:00. Long Lone Ranger, 02:18. Gold Eldorado, 01:57. Cutting Carol, 01:45.
Hornet Piñata by Didjits on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Hornet Piñata (1990). is a cover of. Foxy Lady by Jimi Hendrix (1967). Call Me Animal by MC5 (1970).