Dug Out

Dug Out
Dug Out
Studio album by The Blue Hearts
Released July 10, 1993[1]
Recorded Avaco Creative Studio
Studio Sound Dali
Sedic Studio
Sound Inn
New Orleans Recording Studio
Genre Punk rock
Length 51:10
Language Japanese
Label East West Japan[1]
Producer Hiroshi Imai
The Blue Hearts chronology
Stick Out Dug Out Pan
Singles from Stick Out
  1. "Party"
    Released: August 25, 1993
  2. "Yūgure"
    Released: October 25, 1993

Dug Out (ダグ・アウト Dagu Auto?) was the seventh studio album released by the Japanese rock band The Blue Hearts and the eighth album released overall.

Tracks

  1. "Tegami" (手紙 Letter)
  2. "Midori no Happa" (緑のハッパ Green Leaf)
  3. "Torch Song" (トーチソング Tōchi Songu)
  4. "Ame Agari" (雨上がり After the Rain)
  5. "Toshi o Torō" (年をとろう Get Older)
  6. "Yoru no Tōzokudan" (夜の盗賊団 Night Thieves)
  7. "King of Rookie" (キング・オブ・ルーキー Kingu obu Rūkii)
  8. "Muchi to Manto" (ムチとマント Whip and Cloak)
  9. "Takaramono" (宝もの Treasures)
  10. "Yūgure" (夕暮れ Twilight)
  11. "Party" (パーティー Paatii)
  12. "Chance" (チャンス Chansu)

References

  1. ^ a b Dug Out. bluehearts.com. Accessed February 22, 2008.

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