Vomit Spots formed in 1985 from a group of friends who all worked
for the college radio station WTOH in Mobile, Alabama. The punk band
gained a reputation with their gritty, aggressive style and catchy,
raunchy lyrics. The Vomit Spots toured into the mid '90s and supported
such alt heavy weights as The Descendants, L7, and Helmet as well
as playing clubs like Emo's in Austin, Texas and the Vincent Van Go-Go
in Mobile. During this time frame, the band released one 7-inch, the
Nina Haagen-Daz EP in 1987, one full-length cassette, I Want to Bowl
in 1989, and one full-length CD, Tone Def in 1993, all on the band's
Bite My Clank label.
Dude, I Didn't Know! is the Vomit Spots' first 12-inch full-length
album. Ten tracks included on this record are released here for the
first time and were recorded in 1988. While four tracks were taken
from the I Want to Bowl cassette and were recorded in 1989.
domestic orders are sent Media Mail shipping with delivery confirmation.
International orders are sent airmail.
Dude, I Didn't Know!
Vomit colored vinyl,
limited to 500 copies.
Poly bag, labels, and postcard
art by Lindsey Kuhn.
Mastered for vinyl by James Plotkin.
1. Dude, I Didn't Know!
2. Booger Snot
3. Nina Hagen Dazs
4. T Town 2
6. Dames and Food
7. Mr. Satan
1. Skank Riot
4. Home Wrecker
5. My Shitter
6. Rock Lobster
7. Skate Coitus Interruptus