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Brian Baker, formerly of Minor Threat, formed Dag Nasty with Colin Sears, Roger Marbury and Shawn Brown in 1985. Shawn's replacement on vocals (by ex- DYS frontman Dave Smalley) shortly before the recording of their debut full-length, Can I Say, began a revolving door membership that was to continue throughout their duration as a band (ultimately leaving Brian as the only original member.) ... Read more in Amazon's Dag Nasty Store

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  • Audio CD (February 24, 1992)
  • Original Release Date: February 25, 1992
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B000001IOJ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,334 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jason pike on October 21, 2001
Format: Audio CD
well while every one was on vacation or taking a break from side projects this was thrown together not bad for a quicky i wish they spent some more time on it .so if ya ALL never heard dag nasty this is not one of there best but i like it the same .they are the band that basiclly coined the sound of emo on there legendary wig out at dekos album,but this has the origanal singer dave smalley of ALL and down by law fame.and also brian baker minor threat/bad religon.but when you get this you notice where is brians name who the hell is dale nixon??well for ALL of you who never heard the name it first appeared on black flags my war album well as you might know greg ginn was dale nixon on that one.and brain baker is dale nixon on this one.he could not use his real name because of legall mumbo jumbo.there are alot of dale nixons out there look out for them ALL so any ways not there best album and its one that was made for the fans even if it was done real fast the best part of the album is the uk subs cover also the old songs theyb never used and the great production that took longer to do then the playing imagine if they spent a little more time on it .but ya know compared to some things going on today in the punk relm compared to that heap of crap this is awesome just take youre blink 293 album and this not even great album and this is still better..lol
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jacktheidiotdunce on February 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I think it is strong for a reunion album because it was recorded like five years after Dag Nasty broke up and that isn't a long time at all. Well, it has the same members that were on "Can I Say". So, Brian Baker and Dave Smalley patched up after the late-Dag Nasty(Baker/Cortner/Carrion/Garrett) joked about Dave's voice on the "Field Day" album. Some say on this album Dave Smalley does what Peter Cortner did on "Wig Out", instead of his harsh screaming on the first album(he does a little of that too). That's awesome because "Wig Out" is my favorite Dag album and possibly one of the top 10 80s albums to me. The songs are mostly about the band, Dave Smalley's experiences and everything. Plus two classic Dag Nasty tunes that were never released before. "Mango"(with vocals) and the catchy joke song about the bassist "Roger. The only throw away track on here is "Lay down and die", I don't enjoy it because I have bad music taste, it doesn't suck.
4 stars, because it just can't reach any of the classic albums and the cover song. Essential for Dag Nasty fans and Dave Smalley fans. Everyone one eles will coin it an average record.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 7, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I wouldn't normally give this such a high rating, but there are narrow-minded punk rockers out there that would give this only 1 star just because it wasn't a total rehashing of their first two albums. No it's not total fast angry hardcore, but musically it's a very good album and a lot of fun. Brian Baker's guitar work is good as always and Dave Smalley still has the best sing-scream voice in town. "Mango" is my jam and supposedly it was one of their older songs that never got recorded. At least that's what Dave told me.
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Let me just say that there are some decent songs on this record. While it's not nearly as powerful as their earlier Dischord material, it's not bad. I just can't figure out what would've possessed them to record this in the first place. This was a reunion of sorts, but why? Dave Smalley had Down By Law and Brian Baker had Junkyard! (Yuck, bad beer drinking redneck metal. Remember them? Yeah, yeah he was in Minor Threat and now he's in Bad Religion, but can YOU forgive him for Junkyard? I can't). Maybe they made this record out of boredom. Sadly there was no tour to support this record, but beggars can't be choosers. If I had to pick a favorite Dag Nasty album, it wouldn't be this one, but it's not a bad effort just the same.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By chris lea on December 11, 2001
Format: Audio CD
this album just (...), especially compared to 'can i say?' and 'wig out at denko's,' (...), even '85-86...' these songs are just boring and overpolished. there is no energy. sorry, but i just had to slam it.
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