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The Dead Milkmen broke through the "funny punk" genre with several well-placed “hits” (“Bitchin’ Camaro,” “Punk Rock Girl”) before breaking up in 1995. But the Philadelphia combo have reunited several times in the past decade. 2014’s Pretty Music for Pretty People, their 10th studio album, sticks to their formula of many songs quickly turned over, though the speedy (or “hardcore”) tempos have mostly slowed for accessibility’s sake (and because who plays that fast anymore?). “Now I Wanna Hold You Dog” keeps the aggression up. But “Big Words Make the Baby Jesus Cry” and “Hipster Beard” make their commentaries at decipherable speeds.

Customer Reviews

Love It

I really love this album. The lyrics are smart and funny. It has a nice mix of styles kind of reminds me of older Dead Milkmen. Well worth 9.99 !

Really Great!

I've been a fan of TDM for a long while now, and was happy to see them get back together. The King in Yellow was a decent album. I was just happy that they put out more songs. But this new album is great! I don't want to say I was suprised but I was a little. I liked most all of the songs. And it's packed with 17 tracks. IDK, At this moment I'd rank it up there with Bucky Fellini and Metaphysical Graffiti. It's definitely as good as their first 5 albums. Thumbs up all around!

The Milk is Delivered Again!

Will not bore you with the whole "I am 41, been listening to them since mix tapes" speech. shoot, guess i just did.

anyway, if you really want to listen to a band that has influenced SO many others, you really need to grab this record. Look, i know the die hards are going to reach back in the catalog, and suggest some really great music. I am one of those. but if this band is somewhat new to you, grab this.

wow, is all i can say. it is a return to the old days, but really it is taking it further and blows away some of the contemporary rock out now.

they are mixing their old sound, maybe some moments where they could easily share a stage with Clutch, and some synth and wackiness

love this record, and as always with great rock, 9.99 for 17 tracks.

thanks for the music guys!


Formed: 1983 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

During their heyday in the late '80s, the Dead Milkmen led a crop of college-radio jokesters that also included Mojo Nixon, King Missile, and Too Much Joy, among others. Playing a basic, happily amateurish brand of punk-pop, the Milkmen skewered popular culture, indie trend-followers, and the intellectually challenged, while frequently indulging their taste for tastelessness. Critics alternately praised and dismissed the band as geeky, juvenile wiseasses -- virtually every review seemed to contain...
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