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Transplants
TransplantsAlbum
The Transplants
Released October 22, 2002
Recorded January 2000–June 2002
Length 45:21
Genre Rapcore, hip hop
Label Hellcat
Produced by Tim Armstrong, Dave Carlock
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Transplants is debut the album by Transplants' released in 2002.

Track listingEdit

All lyrics written by Tim Armstrong and Rob Aston, all music composed by Tim Armstrong, Rob Aston and Travis Barker, except where noted..
No. Title Length
1. "Romper Stomper"   3:18
2. "Tall Cans in the Air"   3:43
3. "D.J. D.J."   4:01
4. "Diamonds and Guns"   4:01
5. "Quick Death"   3:36
6. "Sad But True"   4:26
7. "Weigh on My Mind""   3:22
8. "One Seventeen"   2:01
9. "California Babylon"   4:05
10. "We Trusted You"   4:35
11. "D.R.E.A.M."   4:42
12. "Down in Oakland" (Armstrong) 3:22
Total length:
48:55

PersonnelEdit

TransplantsEdit

OtherEdit

  • Dave Carlock - backup vocals, guitar, bass, piano, synthesizer, producer, engineer
  • Vic Ruggiero - piano, Hammond organ
  • Matt Freeman - bass
  • Eric Ozenne (The Nerve Agents) - guest vocals on track 1
  • Son Doobie (Funkdoobiest) - guest vocals on track 4
  • Davey Havok (AFI) - guest vocals on track 5
  • Brody Dalle (Spinnerette) - guest vocals on track 7
  • Lars Frederiksen (Rancid, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards) - guest vocals on track 10
  • Danny Diablo - guest vocals on track 11
  • Gene Grimaldi - mastering
  • Estavan Oriol - artwork, photography, design

TriviaEdit

The song "California Babylon" is in the playlist on Tony Hawk's Underground.

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