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The Pint of No Return cover

Release Date: June 9, 2015
Label: Snoozeking
Also available as: Downloads

The Pint of No Return

DD69’s fifth album leans back into the ska-flavored rock found on 2008’s “Funk Out With Your Junk Out”, with 8 songs that include new material, a re-worked early track, and the drunkdude take on the classic J. Geils Band song “Rage in the Cage”.

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Get Up cover

Release Date: June 9, 2012
Label: Snoozeking / Rubber Duckling
Also available as: Downloads

Get Up

For their fourth album, DD69 delivers another set of songs that blur the lines between funk and rock. Amidst the thumping bass and bristling guitars you’ll find smooth Hammond organ and bright horn sections mixed with hints of synthy chaos and tight vocal harmonies. We worked hard to keep production quality high, and we hope that you will enjoy listening to our songs as much as we enjoyed building them from the ground up. Thanks for listening!

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As Big As cover

Release Date: June 9, 2011
Label: Snoozeking / Rubber Duckling
Also available as: Downloads

As Big As You Can Get It!

The ‘dude cranks out their third album containing ten new songs which lean strongly toward rock. Imagine Rage Against the Machine met Queen at a Reel Big Fish concert and they all went backstage to party with the guys from Helmet. Or maybe not. But anyway…

The record was still lots of fun and required plenty of idea juice, so we had a good time and we hope you enjoy it. Thanks for your support!




Wigs n Liquor cover

Release Date: December 17, 2010
Label: Snoozeking / Rubber Duckling
Also available as: Downloads

Wigs & Liquor

Ten new songs from the double-D-6-9 that continue to meld a variety of musical influences. This album packs in plenty of Marshall-amped guitars, funky rhythms, Hammond organ, horns and beefy bass, along with some stylistic twists and turns (like the surprising interpretation of a Billy Joel song in the drunkdude stylee).

As always, we enjoyed ourselves tremendously while creating this record, and we hope you find something to enjoy here yourself. Thanks for your support!




Funk Out cover

Release Date: January 24, 2008
Label: Snoozeking / Rubber Duckling
Also available as: Downloads

Funk Out With Your Junk Out

Yes, it’s true: eight years in the making (give or take). Hundreds of hours in the studio. Millions of crushed aluminum cans of idea juice. CRT burns on our eyes and ringing in our ears.

We did it all so we could bring you this frothy cocktail of rock and funk and reggae and ska and… well, whatever was rocking us at the time. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we did making it.