Germs: Discography of the Moment

The Germs were a punk rock band that formed in 1977 in Los Angeles and disbanded in 1980 following the suicide of Darby Crash. The band was re-formed with singer Shane West in 2005 following the release of the Darby Crash biopic (in which West played Crash) What We Do Is Secret.

Lexicon Devil
Released in 1978 by Slash Records.
Produced by Geza X.
Band lineup:
Band lineup:
Darby Crash – vocals; Pat Smear – guitar; Lorna Doom – bass; Don Bolles – drums.
Tracks: 3
Lexicon Devil. Circle One. No God.

GI
Released in January 1979 by Slash Records.
Produced by Joan Jett.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16
What We Do Is Secret. Communist Eyes. Land of Treason. Richie Daggers Crime. Strange Notes. American Leather. Lexicon Devil. Manimal. Our Way. We Must Bleed. Media Blitz. The Other Newest One. Let’s Pretend. Dragon Lady. The Slave. Shut Down.

What We Do Is Secret
Compilation album released in 1981 by Slash.
Tracks: 8
Round and Round. Lexicon Devil. Circle One. Caught In My Eye. No God. Dialogue From the Last Show. The Other Newest One (live). My Tunnel (live).

Germicide
Live album released in 1981 by Mohawk Recordings.
Lineup changes:
This album was recorded in 1977 at the Whiskey before Don Bolles joined the band. Drums were performed by Donna Rhia.
Tracks: 10
Forming. Sex Boy. Victim. Sweet Dreams. Let’s Pretend. Get a Grip. Suicide Machine. Sugar Sugar. Teenage Clone. Grand Old Flag.

MIA: The Complete Anthology
Compilation album released in August 1992 by Slash.
Tracks: 30
Forming. Sex Boy. Lexicon Devil. Circle One. No God. What We Do Is Secret. Communist Eyes. Land of Treason. Richie Daggers Crime. Strange Notes. American Leather. Lexicon Devil. Manimal. Our Way. We Must Bleed. Media Blitz. The Other Newest One. Lets Pretend. Dragon Lady. The Slave. Shut Down. Caught in My Eye. Round and Round. My Tunnel. Throw It Away. Not All Right. Now I Hear the Laughter. Going Down. Lion’s Share. Forming 2.

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