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    Freaked Out and Small

    • Year Released: 2000
    Freaked Out and Small is the third album by The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released in 2000 by MUSICBLITZ Records, which was a web based label. Copies of the album distributed through MUSICBLITZ included in the liner notes a special thanks to anyone who pre-ordered it from the MUSICBLITZ website. These fans are listed individually, by name. An interesting note about this album is that all of the songs were played with normal guitars and bass guitars. This is different from all of the other albums by the band, as they usually played with guitbasses and basitars, which were guitars with fewer strings that were tuned differently than usual. This album was re-released in 2004 on the band's own label, PUSA Inc. with bonus tracks that included 8 of the 12 songs on the album, as well as 2 other songs, as Chris Ballew originally recorded them between 1989 and 1996. In 2001, a tab book was released for the album that included a DVD of the entire album performed live. All songs by Chris Ballew unless otherwise noted.
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    Froggystyle

    Froggystyle

    • Year Released: 1994
    Froggystyle is the first demo tape ever released by Chris Ballew of the post-grunge band The Presidents of the United States of America. It was given away for free at concerts in 1994. The demo tape is available to listen on the PUSA iPhone app.
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    II

    • Year Released: 1996
    II is the second album by The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released via Columbia Records on November 5, 1996, which was Election Day in the United States, which included voting for the President. The album included a few songs that originally appeared on Froggystyle, a self-released cassette that was recorded before their debut album, The Presidents of the United States of America. These songs, which were re-recorded for this album, were "L.I.P", then known as "Little Indian Princess", "Lunatic to Love" and "Puffy Little Shoes". Also, "Twig" was re-recorded, as it was previously recorded as a b-side to a "Lump" single, where it was known as "Twig in the Wind". That version was later released on Rarities as "Twig (Semi Acoustic Version)". All songs by Chris Ballew except where noted. Album - Billboard (North America) Singles - Billboard (North America)
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    Love Everybody

    • Year Released: 2004
    Love Everybody is the fourth album by The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released on August 17, 2004 on the band's own label, PUSA Inc. When the album was released in the UK in 2005, it featured four bonus tracks. They included live versions of songs from their debut album, The Presidents of the United States of America, the previously unreleased song "Useless Crushes", and a cover of the Sex Pistols' "Problems". All songs by Chris Ballew, unless otherwise noted.
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    Lump

    • Year Released: 2000
    Lump is a 2000 greatest hits compilation album by The Presidents of the United States of America. The album includes three covers: "Video Killed the Radio Star", originally by The Buggles, "Kick Out the Jams", originally by MC5 and "Cleveland Rocks", originally by Ian Hunter. Unusual for a "Greatest Hits" album, Lump features only ten tracks totalling less than 30 minutes in length. Also, one of the band's biggest hits that also gave them a Grammy Nomination, "Peaches", is missing completely, along with minor hit "Kitty". All songs by The Presidents of the United States of America unless otherwise noted.
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    Munky River EP

    • Year Released: 2005
    Munky River is an EP by the alternative rock/post-grunge band The Presidents of the United States of America. The EP contains twelve different versions of the song "Munky River."
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    Peaches & Live

    • Year Released: 1996
    Peaches & Live is an EP by American alternative rock band The Presidents of the United States of America for their self-titled debut studio album. The EP was produced for the Japanese market only.
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    Pure Frosting

    • Year Released: 1998
    Pure Frosting is a compilation album by The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released on March 10, 1998. It was, at the time, the band's last album, as they had broken up in 1998. They have since reunited and have released new albums. "Video Killed the Radio Star" originally appeared on The Wedding Singer soundtrack, and it is a cover of the song originally by The Buggles. This is the third version of the song The Presidents has released, as they originally released a live version as a b-side, and released a different studio version on Rarities. "Man (Opposable Thumb)" originally appeared on the 1997 soundtrack of Good Burger. "Cleveland Rocks" is also a cover, originally by Ian Hunter, and was used as the theme song to The Drew Carey Show. The name of the album is inspired by Enzo. All songs by Chris Ballew unless otherwise noted. The Australian tour edition of Pure Frosting included a bonus disc called Extra Frosting All songs by Chris Ballew unless otherwise noted.
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    Rarities

    • Year Released: 1997
    Rarities is a compilation album by The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released exclusively in Japan on November 1, 1997. It includes early and live versions of songs from the band's first two albums, a few rare b-sides, and one brand new track, "Novocaine Hurricane". "Video Killed the Radio Star" is a cover of the song by The Buggles, which is a song the band has performed live at almost every concert they've done. They had previously released a live version of it as a b-side, and they later recorded another studio version for the soundtrack to The Wedding Singer (that version was also included on the band's next album, Pure Frosting). "Ça plane pour moi" is a cover of a French song by Plastic Bertrand. All songs by Chris Ballew and The Presidents of the United States of America unless otherwise noted.
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    The Presidents of the United States of America

    • Year Released: 1995
    The Presidents of the United States of America is the debut album by The Presidents of the United States of America, released in March 1995 via PopLlama Records. Columbia Records signed the band shortly after its release to handle increased distribution for the album. Released a year after the grunge and punk music breakthrough, the album produced four singles — "Kitty", "Lump", "Peaches" and "Dune Buggy" — that helped the group gain mainstream popularity, and "Lump" can be found on the band's 2000 compilation album with the same title. The album received positive reviews. Since its release, The Presidents of the United States of America has been certified triple Platinum by the RIAA. In late 1993, Chris Ballew and Dave Dederer met while attending The Bush School in Seattle. Initially a drummerless duo, they performed a half-dozen or so shows in 1993 as "The Lo-Fis", "The Dynamic Duo", and "Pure Frosting." Ballew eventually came upon the name "The Presidents of the United States of America." Shortly after settling on their name, Ballew and Dederer added drummer Jason Finn. In early December 1993, the band played their first show as a trio at Romper Room in Seattle. At the time,
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    These Are the Good Times People

    • Year Released: 2008
    These Are the Good Times People is the fifth album by The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released on March 11, 2008. This is their first album to feature Andrew McKeag instead of Dave Dederer on guitbass. All songs by Chris Ballew unless otherwise noted. Critical response to These Are the Good Times People was mixed. MusicOMH.com remarked, "There's nothing complicated on this album, but then when did things ever need to be complicated?" Allmusic said that in view of the lineup changes, the album is "perhaps their most eclectic album to date." Billboard found that while nothing on the album is as immediately memorable as "Lump" or "Peaches," several tracks "come across as less novelty-like as a result of songcraft." The album received a Metacritic rating of 59. Uncut magazine felt the record was "the desperate death-throe of a rank '90s relic."
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