|1||Land Of Treason|
Written-By – The Germs
|3||Doin' The Dog|
|5||Stamp Out Techno|
|11||Delta 32 Mutation|
|12||Tick Tick Tick Tick|
|14||Lookin' Good On The Way Down|
- Cover [Back] – Dr. Filth , Nazi Doll
- Cover, Artwork [Insert] – Mac Blackout
- Engineer – Sanford
- Executive-Producer [Uncredited] – Darius Hurley
- Layout [Uncredited] – Eric Childs
- Photography By [Back Photo] – Rob
- Photography By [Photos] – Canderson, Rob K.
- Producer – Jimmy Hollywood, The F.B.s
- Written-By – The Functional Blackouts (tracks: A1 to B4, B6)
Recorded at Volume Studios, May 1-3 2003, Chicago IL. Engineered at Volume.
© The Functional Blackouts
© 2003 Criminal IQ
996 copies Black Vinyl
4 copies Orange trash vinyl with non glossy cover.
All copies come with foldout newsprint poster.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): 107434 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): 107435 B
- Copyright (c) – The Functional Blackouts
- Copyright (c) – Criminal IQ
- Recorded At – Volume Studios
- Engineered At – Volume Studios
Raw Dawg, Raw Deal. Pain in the Big Neck. The Functional Blackouts. Listen free to The Functional Blackouts The Functional Blackouts Destroy Hollywood, Tick Tick Tick Tick and more. 12 tracks 30:19. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue Blackouts 2001-2006 by Functional Blackouts, released 07 December 2011 1. Rat's Cage 2. Delta 32 Mutation 3. Mail Bomb 4. Stamp Out Techno 5. Another Planet 6. Finger On You 7. Gonna Get Cut 8. Loch Ness Primative 9. In My Vacuum This is a compilation of songs written by Mac BlackoutFBs from 2001-2006 not the debut full length FBs 1 2001-2004 Brian Nervous: vocals Mac Blackout: guitar Dr. Filth: guitar Dirt Mark: bass Cos the Boss: drums FBs 2 2004-2006 Dr. Filth: guitarvocals Mac Blackout: guitarvocals Rob Karlic: bass Cos the Boss: drums. Functional Blackouts. Chicago noise punks on Criminal IQ Records Band formed in 2001, broke up in Summer 2006. Members went on to form Daily. The Functional Blackouts wanted to help out their brother band KK Rampage and called me up to do a split 7. KK Rampage for everyone to understand is just as loud and noisy as the Functional Blackouts, but they embraced the electronic side of punk rock on a much deeper level. Take the Lost Sounds and amp up the speed and weird a whole ton. So, when the Functional Blackouts asked us to do the split, I was all in. I already loved those guys and Mac Blackout was one of my favorite artists. The Functional Blackouts-459. Jimmy Hollywood. Functional BlackoutsThe Functional Blackouts. plus-circle Add Review. The Blackouts were a punk rock band formed in Seattle in 1979 by singerguitarist Erich Werner, bassist Mike Davidson, and drummer Bill Rieflin, who were all former members of a local punk band, The Telepaths. They were joined by Roland Barker, first on synthesizer and later on saxophone. Following a single and EP on small local labels, Davidson was replaced by Roland's brother Paul Barker in 1981. This line-up recorded the Exchange of Goods single for English label Situation Two, and relocated to