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|3||Bad, Bad, Bad||Lyrics/Info||2:49|
|4||We're All Fucked Up More Or Less||Lyrics/Info||2:13|
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Their last album, "Human Atombombs" was a spicy punk-stew, where old chiefs like Little Richard and Dr John helped stirring the kettle. "Welfare Problems" is more firmly rooted in the late seventies. Traces from such separate sources as Motörhead, Cheap Trick and Dead Kennedys can be heard. Despite the influences, "Welfare Problems" are by far the most personal recorded Randy has ever made.
Sweden's Randy formed in the early nineties, and soon became the fast, energetic punk band heard on their first album, 1995's There's No Way We're …