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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: GG028B
  • Format: LP
  • UPC: 760137124078
  • Street Date: 06/09/23
  • PreBook Date: 05/05/23
  • Label: The Giving Groove »
  • Genre: Alternative/Punk
  • Run Time: 43:00 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2023
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD


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The Dead Milkmen - Quaker City Quiet Pills

Brand new release from Philadelphia's one and only The Dead Milkmen. Pressed on black vinyl.

The Dead Milkmen - Quaker City Quiet Pills
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Brand new release from Philadelphia's one and only The Dead Milkmen. Featuring such future hits as "Astral Dad" and "Grandpa's Not A Racist (He Just Voted For One)", this LP is sure to bring joy to Milkmen fans across the globe.

Track Listing

  • Grandpa's Not A Racist (He Just Voted For One)
  • Philadelphia Femdom
  • Musical Chairs
  • The King of Sick
  • Albert Square
  • Astral Dad
  • We Have Always Lived in the Compound
  • We Are (Clearly Not) The Master Race
  • How Do You Even Manage to Exist?
  • God Wrote Cum Junkie
  • Hen's Teeth and Goofa Dust
  • Melt Into the Night
  • The New York Guide to Art

Bonus Materials

  • Full color sleeve with lyrics and art

Sales Points

  • First new LP since 2014.
  • For fans of The Dead Milkmen!

Press Quotes

I woke up one morning and felt like pissing off a bunch of racists. OK, that statement is a half-truth. I wake up EVERY morning and feel like pissing off a bunch of racists. It seemed wise to begin this project by pissing off a bunch of elderly racists. Of all the racists, the elderly ones are the slowest moving and, therefore, the least likely to catch up with me should they decide to pursue me. By the way, a group of elderly racists is called a 'Thurmond' or an 'Early Turd Special.' I also thought it would be fun to piss off the grandchildren of racists. Although more fleet of foot than their white-hooded grandparents, these folks are easily distracted by shiny objects. Should they decide to pursue me, I could just toss some dimes on the ground.

     —Spencer Kaufman, Consequence Of Sound

To me, it's like a greatest hits of all our styles put into one album. It checks all the boxes of things that fans have liked about us since our first album.

     —Spencer Kaufman, Consequence Of Sound

Philly punk legends

     —Bill Pearis, Brooklyn Vegan

The Milkmen are long-time practitioners of darkly comedic social critique, and this song fits along with back catalog highlights in both content -- character sketches of conservatives and conspiracy-theorists in 'Stuart' and 'Peter Bazooka,' for instance.

     — John Vettese, WXPN

I still love these guys!

     —Jake Brown, Glorious Noise

A ruthless, melodically-appealing first track, it ridicules the mind-boggling attempts of defending a grandparent who voted for Trump.

     —Dita Dimone, MXDWN

In an era of unparalleled stupidity, political dysfunction, and societal collapse--couldn't we all really use a new Dead Milkmen album?

     —TVD HQ, The Vinyl District

'Grandpa's Not a Racist (He Just Voted for One)' is the closest they've come to sounding like their 80's and 90's selves since they reunited. This new song sounds like it could have been an unreleased song from Beelzebubba or Eat Your Paisley.

     —Ken, If It's Too Loud


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