Hornet Piñata is the third album by American punk rock band, The Didjits, released on July 22, 1990 through Touch and Go Records. There were two music videos produced: Captain Ahab and Sweet Sweet Satan. All tracks written by Didjits, except "Call Me Animal" by the MC5 and "Foxey Lady" by Jimi Hendrix. Doug Evans – bass guitar, vocals (Foxey Lady only). Rick Sims – vocals, guitar. Production and additional personnel. Iain Burgess – production. Didjits – production.
referencing Hornet Piñata, LP, Album, T&G.Hornet pinata was the first Didjits record I bought, I came close to wearing it out, due to constant listening, From the moment Killboy Powerhead kicked in I was addicted, and got hold of pretty much everything they released. A Truly amazing band that played quality high energy punk rock, which was perfect listening when on Amphetamine Sulphate!
The Didjits' third project, Hornet Pinata takes a bold leap in energy and bite over 1988's Hey Judester, as Rick Sims' arrogant guitar and vocal assertiveness demand your attention. From the opening dragstrip riot of "Killboy Powerhead" (covered by The Offspring), Hornet Pinata blisters through hilarious tales of counterculture excess. Bodily harm, gambling, and dope are all present; ditto for dangerous sluts and Satan. Juvenile, brash, and with enough punk spirit in its tunes of wreckage, The Didjits had finally found their sound and attitude.
Killboy Powerhead, 02:00. Long Lone Ranger, 02:18. Gold Eldorado, 01:57. Cutting Carol, 01:45.
Hornet Pinata by Didjits on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Hornet Pinata (1990). was covered in. Killboy Powerhead by The Offspring (1994).