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  • Singer: The Queers
  • Album: Grow Up
  • MP3: 1367 mb | FLAC: 1812 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Punk
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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The Queers - Grow Up mp3 flac

Grow Up is the debut album by the American punk rock band the Queers. Recorded in multiple sessions between 1986 and 1988, with various band members and session musicians backing singer and guitarist Joe King (aka Joe Queer), it was originally released as an LP record in 1990 by British label Shakin' Street Records. However, the label went out of business after only 1,000 copies were pressed.

The Queers ‎– Grow Up. Label: Shakin' Street Records ‎– YEAH-HUP 010. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Recorded & Engineered By Sean Slade. Recorded At Fort Apache South. To my understanding this pressing was self released by The Queers using the Shakin' Street label name. The story is that they did not pay the pressing plant and most copies were destroyed. It is said that no more than 160 copies survived.

Recorded in sporadic bursts between 1987 and 1990 (whenever the Portsmouth, NH-based band could scrounge enough money for studio time), the album was scheduled to be released in 1990 on Shakin' Street, but the . When Lookout! Records signed the band in 1993, a remixed version of Grow Up was among the first things the label issued. Coming after 1993's excellent Love Songs for the Retarded, Grow Up's flaws are pretty obvious: near bootleg-quality sound, a comparative lack of catchy tunes, and some of leader Joe King's most obnoxious lyrics.

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2. Love, Love, Love Lyrics. 3. Boobarella Lyrics. 4. Burger King Queen Lyrics.

Grow Up is the debut album by pop punk band The Queers. Grow Up is the third self-produced solo album by Svoy. It was released in Japan on June 22, 2011, on Thistime Records. International release followed on June 28, 2011, on Sixteenth Republic Records. In July 2011, it was announced that the album's opening track "Never Grow Up" was picked up for power rotation by Japan's FM Ishikawa 8. MHz

Band Name The Queers. Album Name Grow Up. Type Album. Data de aparición 1990. Labels Lookout Records Asian Man Records Shakin Street Records. Estilo MusicalPunk-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Re-issue in 1994 by Lookout! Records and in 2007 by Asian Man Records).

Grow Up was released on a small English label called Shakin' Street, which promptly went belly up after only 1,000 copies were pressed. Screeching Weasel frontman Ben Weasel got Lookout label owner Larry Livermore to sign the Queers, and in 1993 Lookout released the Weasel-produced Love Songs for the Retarded. Love Songs was followed by a yearly salvo of bubblegum punk, from 1994's Beat Off to 1996's magnum opus Don't Back Down, the best late-'70s-era Ramones album the Ramones never recorded. In February 2007, and also via Asian Man, the Queers released Munki Brain, their first album of new material since 2002, while they commemorated their 25th year of immaturity with the DVD The Queers Are Here, which was chock-full of live footage, interviews, and music videos. The reissues continued into 2007. In 2010, the Queers issued their 11th LP, Back to the Basement.


1 Squid Omelet 2:15
2 Love Love Love 3:05
3 Boobarella 3:06
4 I Met Her At The Rat 3:13
5 I'll Be True To You 3:12
6 Burger King Queen 2:45
7 Junk Freak 3:29
8 Gay Boy 3:04
9 Rambo Rat 3:04
10 I Don't Wanna Get Involved 2:28
11 Goodbye California 2:24
12 Strip Search 2:25

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Fort Apache South
  • Remixed At – Flat Iron
  • Made By – Disctronics USA – 127606


  • Band [The Queers], Bass, Vocals – B-Face
  • Band [The Queers], Drums, Vocals – Hugh O'Neil*
  • Band [The Queers], Guitar, Lead Vocals – Joe Queer
  • Bass – Greg Urbatis, Magoo Pirhana
  • Drums – Jeebs Pirhana
  • Engineer – Sean Slade
  • Graphics [Graphic Construction] – Christopher Appelgren
  • Guitar – JJ Rassler
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Harry Bartlett
  • Producer – Sean Slade
  • Remix – Ben Weasel
  • Written-By – JJ Rassler (tracks: 6, 12), Joe* (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 12), Somebody Else (tracks: 5)
  • Written-By [Uncredited] – Gerry Goffin (tracks: 5), Russ Titelman (tracks: 5)


Recorded at Fort Apache South.
Remixed at Flat Iron.
Originally released by Shakin' Street Records in 1990.

Issued in a standard jewel case with black CD tray and a 4-page booklet with lyrics and credits.

Catalogue numbers:
#0090CD - Spine.
#90 CD - CD Label.
0090 - Last line on last page booklet

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 63361 00902 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 763361009029
  • Matrix / Runout: 127606-D1-4580 DISCTRONICS USA *LK90CD C1 100625-01

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
YEAH-HUP 010 The Queers Grow Up ‎(LP, Album) Shakin' Street Records YEAH-HUP 010 UK 1990
Lookout 090 The Queers Grow Up ‎(LP, RE) Lookout! Records Lookout 090 US 1994
ASIAN MAN 144 The Queers Grow Up ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Gol) Asian Man Records ASIAN MAN 144 US 2011
Lookout 90C The Queers Grow Up ‎(Cass, Album) Lookout! Records Lookout 90C US 1994
YEAH-HUP 010 The Queers Grow Up ‎(LP, Album) Shakin' Street Records YEAH-HUP 010 US 1990