Violent Femmes – Why Do Birds Sing? (New Vinyl) (Limited Edition) (Smoke Vinyl)

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New sealed copy. Limited Edition reissue on smoky coloured vinyl.

Why Do Birds Sing? is the fifth studio album by Violent Femmes, released on April 30, 1991. It was the band's last album with original drummer Victor DeLorenzo, who left two years later to devote his time to acting, and was produced by Michael Beinhorn, best-known then for his work with the Red Hot Chili Peppers on Mother's Milk and The Uplift Mofo Party Plan.

The album featured the single "American Music," which rose to number 2 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart during the week of May 18, 1991, and became a staple of the band's live shows.


A1 American Music
A2 Out The Window
A3 Look Like That
A4 Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
A5 Hey Nonny Nonny
A6 Used To Be
B1 Girl Trouble
B2 He Likes Me
B3 Life Is A Scream
B4 Flamingo Baby
B5 Lack Of Knowledge
B6 More Money Tonight
B7 I'm Free