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From Demos to Demons: 1989-1992
From Demos to Demons: 1989-1992
Compilation album by Backyard Babies
Released2002
GenreHard rock/Punk rock
LabelPowerline Records Records
Backyard Babies chronology
Independent Days
(2001)
From Demos to Demons: 1989-1992
(2002)
Stockholm Syndrome
(2003)

From Demos to Demons: 1989-1992 is the title of a compilation album by the Swedish rock band Backyard Babies. The record was released in 2002. Track 1 on disc 1 is the first track they ever recorded in 1989. Tracks 2-10 on disc 1 are from the 1989 Tyrant demo. Tracks 11-16 on disc 1 are from the 1990 Backyard Babies demo. Tracks 1-9 on disc 2 are from the 1991 Bit & Chew Demo. Tracks 10-17 on disc 2 are from the 1992 Diesel & Power demo.[1][2][3][4]

Track listing Disc 1

  1. "I Love You So"
  2. "Murder"
  3. "Explane"
  4. "Down, Down, Down"
  5. "Suffer Hard"
  6. "Darkness"
  7. "Open Your Eyes"
  8. "Warriors of Glory"
  9. "Party Pussy"
  10. "No More School"
  11. "Downtown"
  12. "Bad Boys"
  13. "Firing Guns"
  14. "Kickin' Up Dust"
  15. "All Too Much"
  16. "Lies"

Track listing Disc 2

  1. "Something to Swallow"
  2. "Strange Kind of Attitude"
  3. "Juicy Lucy"
  4. "Like a Child"
  5. "Gods Favourite"
  6. "Should I Be Damned"
  7. "Bite & Chew"
  8. "Dogtown"
  9. "Lies"
  10. "S.T.M.M.F #6"
  11. "Bad to the Bone"
  12. "Love"
  13. "Wild Dog"
  14. "Heaven in Hell"
  15. "Diesel & Power"
  16. "Lonely Xmas"
  17. "Electric Suzy"

References

  1. ^ Raggett, Ned. "From Demos to Demons 1989-1992". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "Backyard Babies- From Demos To Demons 1989-1992". discogs.com. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ "From Demos to Demons 1989-1992". amazon.com. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ "Backyard Babies From Demos to Demons". spirit-of-metal.com. Retrieved 2013.

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