Pop/Rock, Punk, Punk Revival, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Rock, Punk-Pop, Alternative/Indie Rock, Hardcore Punk, Punk/New Wave

Album Review

A couple years after breaking up, Screeching Weasel returned with a new lineup, a new sound, and an album that would influence seemingly a million imitators. Labeled as their big comeback album, My Brain Hurts has a poppier, more mature sound rather than the teen angst-ridden thrash-pop these guys were known for on their previous two records. And with their best-known songs here -- like "Guest List," "Kamala's Too Nice," and their "I Can See Clearly" cover -- My Brain Hurts was the album that would eventually define the Screeching Weasel sound for the remainder of their careers.
Mike DaRonco, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Making You Cry
  2. Slogans
  3. Guest List
  4. Veronica Hates Me
  5. I Can See Clearly
  6. Cindy's on Methadone
  7. The Science of Myth
  8. What We Hate
  9. Teenage Freakshow
  10. Kamala's Too Nice
  11. Don't Turn Out the Lights
  12. Fat Head
  13. I Wanna Be with You Tonight
  14. My Brain Hurts
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