The Melvins: Discography of the Moment

The Melvins are a rock band that originally formed in 1983 in Montesano, Washington. Their influences include bands such as Black Flag, Flipper, the Wipers, and Kiss. The tempo of their music is somewhat slow and their sound is very heavy.

WEB LINKS:
The Official Melvins website
The Melvins Wiki article
A Melvins fan site (pretty good one actually)
A Melvins Bulletin Board

DISCOGRAPHY:

Six Songs
Released in March 1986 by CZ Records.
Produced by Chris Hanzsek.
Band lineup:
Buzz Osbourne – guitar, vocals; Matt Lukin – bass, vocals; Dale Crover – drums.
Tracks: 6
Easy As It Was. Now a Limo. Grinding Process. At a Crawl. Disinvite. Snake Appeal.

Gluey Porch Treatments
Released in 1987 by Alchemy Records.
Produced by Mark Deutrom and Carl Herlofsson.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 17
Eye Flys. Echo Head/Don’t Piece Me. Heater Moves and Eyes. Steve Instand Neuman. Influence of Amosphere. Exact Paperbacks. Happy Grey or Black. Leeech. Glow God. Big as a Mountain. Heaviness of the Load. Flex With You. Bitten into Sympathy. Gluey Porch Treatments. Clipping Roses. As It Was. Over from Under the Excrement.

Ozma
Released 1989 by Boner Records.
Produced by Mark Deutrom.
Band lineup changes:
Lori Black replaced Matt Lukin on bass.
Tracks: 16
Vile. Oven. At a Crawl. Let God Be Your Gardner. Creepy Smell. Kool Legged. Green Honey. Agonizer. Raise a Paw. Love Thing. Ever Since My Accident. Revulsion/We Reach. Dead Dressed. Cranky Messiah. Claude. My Small Percent Shows Most.

With You Heart Not Yo Hands
Released in 1990 by Sympathy for the Record Industry.
Produced by Jonathan Burnside.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 3
With Yo Heart Not Yo Hands. Four Letter Woman. Anal Satan.

Your Choice Live Series Vol 12
Live album released in 1991 by Your Choice Records.
Produced by Tobby Holzinger.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 8
Heater Moves and Eyes. At a Crawl. Anaconda. Eye Flys. Kool Legged. Tanked. Let God Be Your Gardner. Revulsion.

Bullhead
Released in May 1991 by Boner.
Produced by Jonathan Burnside.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 8
Boris. Anaconda. Ligature. It’s Shoved. Zodiac. If I Had an Exorcism. Your Blessened. Cow.

Eggnog
Released in 1991 by Boner.
Produced by Jonathan Burnside and Billy Anderson.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 4
Wispy. Antioxidote. Hog Leg. Charmicarmicat.

Lysol
Released in 1992 by Boner.
Produced by The Melvins.
Band lineup changes:
Joe Preston replaced Lori Black on bass.
Tracks: 6
Hung Bunny. Roman Dog Bird. Sacrifice. Second Coming. The Ballad of Dwight Fry. With Teeth.

Houdini
Released in September 1993 by Atlantic Records.
Produced by The Melvins and Kurt Cobain.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 13
Hooch. Night Goat. Lizzy. Going Blind. Honey Bucket. Hag Me. Set Me Straight. Sky Pup. Joan of Arc. Teet. Copache. Pearl Bomb. Spread Eagle Beagle.

Prick
Released in August 1994 by Amphetamine Reptile Records.
Produced by The Melvins.
Band lineup changes:
Mark Deutrom replaced Joe Preston on bass.
Tracks: 11
How About. Rickets. Pick It n Flick It. Montreal. Chief Ten Beers. Underground. Chalk People. Punch the Lion. Pure Digital Silence. Larry. Roll Another One.

Stoner Witch
Released in October 1994 by Atlantic Records.
Produced by The Melvins and GGGarth.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Skweetis. Queen. Sweet Willy Rollbar. Revolve. Goose Freight Train. Roadbull. At the Stake. Magic Pig Detective. Shevil. June Bug. Lividity.

Tora Tora Tora
Released in 1995 by X-Mas.
Produced by The Melvins.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 8
Revolve. Skweetis with Teeth White Zombie Ad. Night Goat/Specimen. Specimen/Concert Warning. KISW Interview/Hooch/Queen. Johnny Reno Gunfighter/Oven/Goose Freight Train. Goggles/Sweet Willy Rollbar. Radio Interview/Roadbull.

Stag
Released in July 1996 by Atlantic.
Produced by The Melvins, GGGarth and Joe Barresi.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 16
The Bit. Hide. Bar-X-the Rocking M. Yacobs Lab. The Bloat. Tipping the Lion. Black Bock. Goggles. Soup. Buck Owens. Sterilized. Lacrimosa. Skin Horse. Captain Pungent. Berthas. Cottonmouth.

Honky
Released in May 1997by Amphetamine Reptile.
Produced by The Melvins and Joe Barresi.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
They All Must Be Slaughtered. Mombius Hibachi. Lovely Butterfly. Pitfalls in Serving Warrants. Air Breather Deep in the Arms of Morphius. Laughing with Lucifer at Satan’s Sideshow. How. Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick Tree. Grin. In the Freaktose the Bugs are Dying.

Single 1-12
Compilation album released in August 1997 by Amphetamine Reptile.
Various producers.
Various lineups.
Tracks: 24
Lexicon Devil. Pigtro. In the Rain. Spread Eagle. Leech. Queen. Way of the World. Theme. It’s Shoved. Forgotten Principles. GGIIBBYY. Theresa Screams. Poison. Double Troubled. Specimen. All at Once. Jacksonville. Dallas. The Bloat. Fast Forward. Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings. HDYF. How/Harry Lauders Walking Stick Tree. Zodiac.
Notes:
This is a compilation of singles that were previously released by Amphetamine Reptile Records.

Alive at the Fucker Club
Live album released in 1998 by Amphetamine Reptile.
Produced by The Melvins.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 7
Boris. It’s Shoved. Bar-X-the Rocking M. Antitoxidote. The Bloat. Lizzy. Mombius Hibachi.

The Maggot
Released in May 1999 by Ipecac.
Produced by The Melvins and Tim Green.
Band lineup changes:
Kevin Rutmanic replaced Mark Deutrom on bas.
Tracks: 16
Amazon. Amazon. AMAZON. AMAZON. We All Love Judy. We All Love Judy. Manky. Manky. The Green Manalishi. The Green Manalishi. The Horn Bearer. The Horn Bearer. Judy. Judy. See How Pretty See How Smart. See How Pretty See How Smart.

The Bootlicker
Released in August 1999 by Ipecac.
Produced by The Melvins and Tim Green.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 9
Toy. Let It All Be. Black Santa. We We. Up the Dumper. Mary Lady Bobby Kins. Jew Boy Flower Head. Lone Rose Holding Now. Prig.

Crybaby
Released in February 2000 by Ipecac.
Produced by The Melvins, Tim Green, Tool, Ryeland Allison, and Vince DeFranco.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Smells Like Teen Spirit. Blockbuster. Ramblin Man. GI Joe. Mine is no Disgrace. Spineless. Divorced. Dry Drunk. Okie from Muskogee. The Man with the Laughing Hand is Dead. Moon Pie.

The Trilogy Vinyl
Compilation album released in February 2000 by Ipecac.
Various producers.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 28
This album contains all of the tracks from The Maggot, The Bootlicker and The Crybaby.

Live at Slim’s
Live album released in 2000 by Life is Abuse Records.
Tracks: 14
Manky. See How Pretty See How Smart. Amazon. Amazon. Let It All Be. Let God Be Your Gardner. Hog Leg. With Teeth. The Bit. The Bloat. The Green Manalishi. Lovely Butterly. Jew Boy Flowerhead. Eye Flies.

Electroretard
Released in February 2001 by Man’s Ruin Records.
Produced by Tim Green and Joe Barresi.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 8
Shit Storm. Youth of America. Gluey Porch Treatments. Revolve. Missing. Lovely Butterflies. Tripping the Lion. Interstellar Overdrive.

Colossus of Destiny
Live album released in April 2001 by Ipecac.
Produced by Randy Hawkins and Kury Schlegle.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 2
Untitled. Eye Flys.

Millennium Monsterwork 2000
Live album released in April 2002 by Ipecac.
Produced by Vince DeFranco.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 19
Good Morning Slaves. Night Goat. The Omen. Cholo Charlie. White Men are the Vermin of the Earth. Terpulative Guns and Drugs. Ol Black Stooges. Ripping Chicken Meat. The Bit. Musthing with the Phunts. Me and the Flamer. Shes a Puker. The Turkey Doctor. Hooch. Mombius Hibachi. Liquorton Gooksburg. Skin Horse. Cape Fear. Untitled.

Hostile Ambient Takeover
Released in April 2002 by Ipecac.
Produced by Toshi Kasai.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 8
Untitled. Black Stooges. Dr Geek. Little Judas Chongo. The Fool the Meddling Idiot. The Brain Center at Whipples. Foaming. The Anti-Vermin Seed.

Melvinmania: Best of the Atlantic Years
Compilation album released in September 2003 by Atlantic.
Produced by Carlos Anaia.
Tracks: 15
Hooch. Lizzy. Honey Bucket. Set Me Straight. Pearl Bomb. Queen. Sweet Willy Rollbar. Revolve. Roadbull. June Bug. The Bit. Bar-X-the Rocking M. Tipping the Lion. Black Bock. Berthas.

Neither Here Nor There
Compilation album released in 2004 by Ipecac.
Various producers.
Tracks: 18
Bar-X-the Rocking M. Night Goat. Hog Leg. The Fool, the Meddling Idiot. Revolve. Colossus of Destiny. Manky. Oven. With Teeth. If You Get Bored. Let It All Be. Boris. Forgotten Principles. Prick. Mombius Hibachi. At a Crawl. Hooch. Eye Flys.

Pigs of the Roman Empire
Released in August 2004 by Ipecac.
Produced by B Lustmord.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 9
Ill. The Bloated Pope. Toadi Acceleratio. Pigs of the Roman Empire. Pink Bat. ZZZZ Best. Safety Third. Idolatrous Apostate. Untitled.

Never Breathe What You Can’t See
Released in October 2004 by Alternative Tentacles Records.
Produced by Ali G North and Marshall Lawless.
No band lineup changes. Although vocals on this album were performed by Jello Biafra since this was a collaborative effort with him.
Tracks: 8
Plethysmograph. McGruff the Crime Dog. Yuppie Cadillac. Islamic Bomb. The Lighter Side of Global Terrorism. Caped Crusader. Echanted Thoughtfirst. Dawn of the Locusts.

The End
Live album released in 2004 by Enterruption Records.
Tracks: 9
At a Crawl. Black Stooges. Night Goat. Revolve/Brain Center at Whipples. Let It All Be. Hooch. Mombius Hibachi. The Bloat. The Bit.

Mangled Demos from 1983
Released in May 2005 by Ipecac.
Produced by The Melvins.
Band lineup (1983 lineup):
Buzz Osbourne – guitar, vocals; Matt Lukin – bass; Mike Dillard – drums.
Tracks: 23
Elks Lodge Christmas Broadcast. If You Get Bored. Forgotten Principles. Snake Appeal. Symbol Flower. If You Get Bored. Set Me Straight. Circle White Star. I’m Dry. Forgotten Principles. I Don’t Know. Matt-Alec. The Real You. Run Around. Keep Away From Me. Shamrock. Bibulous Confabulation During Rehearsal. Symbol Iron Cross. Pencil. Matt-Alec. Walter. Upper Blade Scissors. Airplane.

Sieg Howdy!
Released in September 2005 by Alternative Tentacles.
Produced by Ali G North and Marshall Lawless.
Band lineup:
Same lineup as the Never Breathe What You Can’t See. This is another colloborative album with Jello Biafra.
Tracks: 10
Halo of Flies. Lighter Side of Global Terrorism. Lessons in What Not to Become. Those Dumb Punk Kids. Wholly Buy Bull. Voted Off the Island. Kali-Fornia Uber Alles. Dawn of the Locust. Enchanted Thoughtfirst. Caped Crusader.

Live History of Gluttony and Lust
Live album released in May 2006 by Ipecac.
Produced by The Melvins.
Band lineup:
Buzz Osbourne – guitar, vocals; Dale Crover – drums; Trevor Dunn – bass, vocals.
Tracks: 13
This is a live rendition of the entire Houdini album.

(A) Senile Animal
Released in October 2006 by Ipecac.
Produced by the Melvins.
Band lineup:
Buzz Osbourne – guitar, vocals; Dale Crover – drums; Jared Warren – bass; Coady Willis – bass.
Tracks: 10
The Talking Horse. Blood Witch. Civilized Worm. A History of Drunks. Rat Faced Granny. The Hawk. You’ve Never Been Right. A History of Bad Men. The Mechanical Bride. A Vast Filthy Prison.

Smash the State
Released in August 2007 by Amphetamine Reptile.
Produced by Ayn Rand.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 4
Smash the State. Stalins Solution. Communist Concubine. Useful Idiot.

Nude with Boots
Released in July 2008 by Ipecac.
Produced by the Melvins.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
The Kicking Machine. Billy Fish. Dog Island. Dies Iraea. Suicide in Progress. The Smiling Cobra. Nude with Boots. Flush. The Stupid Creep. The Savage Hippy. It Tastes Better Than the Truth.

Melvins vs Minneapolis
Live album released in 2008 by Amphetamine Reptile.
Three Discs.

The Bride Screamed Murder
Released in June 2010 by Ipecac.
Produced by the Melvins.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 9
The Water Glass. Evil New War God. Pig House. I’ll Finish You Off. Electric Flower. Hospital Up. Inhumanity and Death. My Generation. PGx3.

Endless Residency
Live album released in 2011 by Amphetamine Reptile.
Four Discs.

The Bulls and the Bees
Released in March 2012 by Scion A/V.
Produced by the Melvins.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 5
The War on Wisdom. We are Doomed. Friends Before Larry. A Really Long Wait. National Hamster.

Freak Puke
Released in June 2012 by Ipecac.
Produced by Toshi Kasai and the Melvins.
Band lineup changes:
Trevor Dunn replaced Jared Warren and Coady Willis on bass.
Tracks: 10
Mr Rip Off. Inner Ear Rupture. Baby Wont You Weird Me Out. Worm Farm Waltz. A Growing Disgust. Leon Versus the Revolution. Holy Barbarians. Freak Puke. Let Me Roll It. Tommy Goes Berserk.

Live at Third Man Records
Live album released in 2013 by Third Man Records.
Tracks: 7
Charmicarmicat. It’s Shoved. Anaconda. At the Stake. Queen. Cow. Your Blessened.
Everybody Loves Sausages
Released in April 2013 by Ipecac.
Produced by the Melvins.
Band lineup:
Jared Warren and Coady Willis returned on bass. Trevor Dunn stayed on as a 3rd bass player.
Tracks: 13
Warhead. Best Friend. Black Betty. Set It on Fire. Station to Station. Attitude. Female Trouble. Carpe Diem. Timothy Leary Lives. In Every Dream Home a Heartache. Romance. Art School. Heathen Earth.

Tres Cabrones
Released in November 2013 by Ipecac.
Produced by the Melvins.
Band lineup:
Buzz Osbourne – guitar, vocals; Dale Crover – bass, drums; Mike Dillard – drums.
Tracks: 12
Dr Mule. City Dump. American Cow. Tie My Pecker to a Tree. Dogs and Cattle Prods. Psychodelic Haze. 99 Bottles of Beer. I Told You I Was Crazy. Stump Farmer. You’re in the Army Now. Walter’s Lips. Stick em Up Bitch.

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