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Descendents Announce New Album with Original Line-up

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The legendary band’s new album titled ‘9th & Walnut’ will feature its classic four-piece lineup.

Today, legendary punk band Descendents announce their upcoming album 9th & Walnut, due out July 23 via Epitaph Records. Recorded in 2002, the original four-piece lineup — bassist Tony Lombardo, drummer Bill Stevenson, guitarist Frank Navetta (d. 2008), and vocalist Milo Aukerman — entered the studio to finally record the songs with which they first forged their genre-defining sound.

Named for their Long Beach practice space back in the day, the 18-track collection features the bands’ earliest material written from 1977 through 1980. The collection also includes Descendents’ debut tracks Ride the Wild & It’s a Hectic World (heard here for the first time with vocals by Milo) and the Dave Clark Five’s Glad All Over with the full Descendents treatment.

The band offers the first glimpse of 9th & Walnut with Baby Doncha Know.

Baby Doncha Know was maybe the 5th song we learned,” recalls drummer Bill Stevenson. “We would go out to 9th & Walnut every weekend and practice all day. I mainly remember being in awe of how ‘a kid my age, who goes to my high school’ could have written all these cool songs. Frank seemed to have a maturity beyond his years. I never asked him who or what it was about. I was just happy to be there with him and Tony”.

Descendents are vocalist Milo Aukerman, bassist Tony Lombardo, late guitarist Frank Navetta, and drummer Bill Stevenson.

9TH & WALNUT Track Listing

Sailor’s Choice
Crepe Suzette
You Make Me Sick
Lullaby
Nightage
Baby Doncha Know
Tired of Being Tired
I’m Shaky
Grudge
Mohicans
Like the Way I Know
It’s A Hectic World
To Remember
Yore Disgusting
It’s My Hair
I Need Some
Ride the Wild
Glad All Over​ (Dave Clark Five cover)

Pre-order 9th& Walnut HERE


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