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The Muffs - Whoop Dee Doo FLAC album

Performer: The Muffs
Genre: Rock
Title: Whoop Dee Doo
Country: US
Released: 2014
Style: Punk, Power Pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1522 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1806 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1901 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 617

The Muffs' first album in a decade, Whoop Dee Doo, was released by Burger Records in July 2014 As conveyed by its self-deprecating title, Whoop Dee Doo was a return to form for the Muffs. Its sound is "rough with punk edges", and it keeps a "heavy emphasis on humor and brevity".

Whoop Dee Doo doesn't break much new ground for the Muffs, but it also plays to their inarguable strengths - Shattuck can reliably write a mean hook, and her lyrics are witty with a goofy undertow that never descends into the silly (and on occasion can float up into the poignant), while her vocals are a playful growl. that's tough, musical, and charming all at once.

It's the spikes, barbs, caterwauls and tantrums that define The Muffs, set them apart, and make Whoop Dee Doo as essential an album as any you'll hear all year. Consequence of Sound. 75. Whoop Dee Doo is a statement of consistency.

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Complete your The Muffs collection.

An album, Whoop Dee Doo, was released in 2014, the band started as a collaboration between guitarists Kim Shattuck and Melanie Vammen, both former members of the 1980s all-female hard rock group, The Pandoras. The Muffs started performing and recording after the addition of bassist Ronnie Barnett, the Muffs released their initial 7 EPs and singles – New Love and Guilty, and I Need You – on the West Coast independent labels Sub Pop and Sympathy for the Record Industry. Crass left soon after its release, and drummer Jim Laspesa filled in during the subsequent tour, by the time the tour was over, Vammen had decided to leave the group as well, eventually joining The Leaving Trains. As a trio of Shattuck, Barnett, and MacDonald, The Muffs recorded their second album and it was released on Warners subsidiary Reprise Records in 1995.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Weird Boy Next Door 3:08
A2 Paint By Numbers
Backing Vocals – Keith Slettedahl
A3 Like You Don't See Me 3:07
A4 Take A Take On Me
Backing Vocals – Keith SlettedahlHandclaps – Kristen Shattuck
A5 Up And Down Around
Backing Vocals – Kristen Shattuck
A6 Where Did I Go Wrong 2:10
B1 Cheezy 3:47
B2 Forget The Day
Backing Vocals – Kristen Shattuck
B3 I Get It 2:56
B4 Because You're Sad
Keyboards – Kristian Hoffman
B5 Lay Down 3:50
B6 Forever
Keyboards – Kristian Hoffman

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Rogers Boat Studios
  • Mixed At – Wouldwork Sound
  • Mastered At – Red Mastering
  • Published By – Bumfrigg Music
  • Designed At – Rotodesign
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 121178E


  • Bass – Ronnie Barnett
  • Design – Pat Broderick
  • Drums – Roy McDonald
  • Engineer – Kim Shattuck
  • Guitar – Kim Shattuck
  • Mastered By – Brad Vance
  • Mixed By – Evan Frankfort
  • Organ – Kim Shattuck
  • Percussion – Roy McDonald
  • Photography By – Kim Shattuck, Martin Wong, Tommi Cahill
  • Producer – Kim Shattuck
  • Recorded By – Steve Holroyd
  • Vocals – Kim Shattuck, Ronnie Barnett
  • Written-By – Kim Shattuck


Includes printed two-sided insert.

Burger Records
645 S. State College Blvd. #A
Fullerton, CA 92831

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 634457657212
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout: YETI, WHERE ARE YOU... 121178E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout: LOVE, JOHN & YOKO 121178E2/B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRGR700 The Muffs Whoop Dee Doo ‎(CD, Album) Burger Records BRGR700 US 2014
BRGR700 The Muffs Whoop Dee Doo ‎(Cass, Album) Burger Records BRGR700 US 2014
BRGR700 The Muffs Whoop Dee Doo ‎(LP, Album) Burger Records BRGR700 US 2014
BRGR700 The Muffs Whoop Dee Doo ‎(LP, Album, Whi) Burger Records BRGR700 US 2014
CDBRED619 The Muffs Whoop Dee Doo ‎(CD, Album) Cherry Red CDBRED619 UK 2014