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D.O.A. - Punk Hardcore from Canada - Biography & Full Album Download MP3


D.O.A.


Punk Hardcore Band from Canada formed in 1978


D.O.A. is a Canadian punk rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They are often referred to as the "founders" of hardcore punk along with Black Flag, Bad Brains, Angry Samoans, The Bags, Germs, Negative Trend, and Middle Class. Their second album Hardcore '81 was thought by many to have been the first actual reference to the second wave of the American punk sound as hardcore.

Singer/guitarist Joey "Shithead" Keithley is the only founding member to have stayed in the band throughout its entire history, with original bassist Randy Rampage returning to the band twice after his original departure. D.O.A. has often released music on Jello Biafra's Alternative Tentacles Records, and they have released an album with Biafra on vocals titled Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors.

D.O.A. is known for its outspoken political opinions and has a history of performing for many causes and benefits. Its slogan is "Talk Minus Action Equals Zero." The band's lyrics and imagery frequently advocate anti-racism, anti-globalization, freedom of speech, and environmentalism.

Founder Joe Keithley is also the founder of Sudden Death Records which has released music by D.O.A. and several other bands including Pointed Sticks and Young Canadians.

History

Formation and early years (1977–1980)

D.O.A. has its origins in The Skulls, an early Vancouver-area punk rock band that included future D.O.A. members Joey "Shithead" Keithley, Brian "Wimpy Roy" Goble, and Ken "Dimwit" Montgomery.

When the Skulls broke up after an ill-fated move to Toronto, Keithley moved back to Vancouver and formed D.O.A. in early 1978 with himself on guitar, Dimwit's brother Chuck Biscuits on drums, Randy Rampage on bass, and a lead singer known only as "Harry Homo", who suggested the band's name. The band's first gig took place at the Japanese Hall in Vancouver on February 20 of that year, after which Harry Homo was sacked for an apparent lack of rhythm; Keithley then became the band's singer. A second guitarist named "Randy Romance" played briefly with the band in March 1978 before leaving.

The band began playing frequently around Vancouver and added guitarist Brad Kent the following June. That summer, they recorded and self-released their first single, the four-song EP Disco Sucks. The single soon topped the charts of the University of San Francisco radio station KUSF, which prompted the band to begin touring down to San Francisco. They played their first shows there in August 1978 at Mabuhay Gardens. It was during this trip that the band first met Dead Kennedys frontman and future collaborator Jello Biafra. Kent was fired from the band in September and later that fall the band recorded and released their second single "The Prisoner".

In May 1979, the band embarked on their first North American tour. Upon its completion they hired Vancouver journalist and activist Ken Lester as their manager. Lester booked another tour for them the following October, in the middle of which they flew back to Vancouver to open for The Clash at the Pacific Coliseum. They soon after released their third single, "World War 3" / "Whatcha Gonna Do?". In late 1979, they added second guitarist, Dave Gregg. Soon after, Biscuits and Rampage left the band after a disastrous gig at the University of British Columbia's Student Union Building and were replaced by Andy Graffiti and Simon "Stubby Pecker" Wilde on drums and bass, respectively. Keithley soon became dissatisfied with the band's performances with the new lineup, however, and Biscuits and Rampage both rejoined the band in March 1980.

D.O.A. released their full-length debut Something Better Change on Friends Records in 1980 and continued touring the United States and Canada extensively.

Hardcore 81 and further lineup changes (1981–1989)

On April 22, 1981 the band released their second album Hardcore '81; the record's title and its extensive North American promotional tour is sometimes credited with popularizing the term "hardcore punk".Randy Rampage was fired from the band on January 1, 1982 and was replaced by ex-Skulls drummer Dimwit on bass. After a short tour of California, Chuck Biscuits left the band and joined Black Flag. Dimwit switched back to drums and Subhumans singer Wimpy Roy, another ex-Skulls member, was hired as the new bass player and second singer, leaving Keithley as the last remaining original member. This lineup would last from 1982–1983 and later 1985-1986 and produced several notable releases, including the EP War on 45 (now expanded into a full-length album). War on 45 found the band expanding their sound with touches of funk and reggae, as well as making their anti-war and anti-imperialist political stance more clear.

1985's Let's Wreck The Party and 1987's True (North) Strong And Free saw the band taking on a more mainstream, hard-rock oriented production, but without watering down the band's political lyrical focus. Meanwhile, the band's lineup changes continued after Let's Wreck the Party, with Dimwit replaced by Kerr Belliveau. Belliveau stayed only three weeks with the band but recorded the Expo Hurts Everyone 7" as well as two songs for True (North) Strong and Free before being replaced by Jon Card from Personality Crisis. Dave Gregg quit in 1988 after D.O.A. fired their manager Ken Lester, to which he was close. The band hired Chris Prohom from the Dayglo Abortions as a replacement.

First breakup and reunion (1990–2002)

1990's Murder featured rawer, almost thrash metal production, rather than their original basic punk sound. The same year also produced a collaboration with Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra with Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors. In August 1990, Joey decided he was breaking up D.O.A. but, at the suggestion of promoter Dirk Dirksen, they did a farewell tour of the West Coast, playing their "final" show on December 1, 1990 at the Commodore in Vancouver. In 1991, they released a posthumous live album entitled Talk Minus Action = 0 while Keithley pursued an acting career.19 months after D.O.A. broke up, Joey Shithead and Wimpy Roy had reunited as D.O.A in the summer of 1992. Fellow Canadian punk rock veteran John Wright from NoMeansNo suggested they hire Ken Jensen from Red Tide as the new drummer, which they did. The new lineup released an EP and two albums in the early 1990s, 13 Flavours Of Doom and Loggerheads. These albums found the band replacing the more hard-rock oriented sound of the 1980s with a return to punk rock, although it was a heavier, tighter brand of punk than their earlier work. These albums were produced by Wright, who also played keyboards on the recordings. The band then added Ford Pier on guitar and vocals.

Tragedy struck in 1995 when drummer Ken Jensen died in a house fire. The "Ken Jensen Memorial Single" EP was released on Alternative Tentacles, including two tracks each from D.O.A. and Red Tide. With John Wright filling in on drums, ninth full-length The Black Spot was recorded. The album featured a more basic, sing-along type punk rock sound that was reminiscent of the band's late 1970s and early 1980s output.The late 1990s found the band's lineup in turmoil, with Wimpy Roy leaving the band after a decade and a half of service and Kuba joining to play bass from 1997 until 2001. Keithley experimented with different bassists and drummers and released the album Festival Of Atheists in 1998. By the early 2000s, the band had found a permanent drummer in the form of The Great Baldini. In 2002, Keithley put out his first solo album, Beat Trash, and original bassist Randy Rampage returned to the band after nearly 20 years for the Win The Battle album. However, the reunion did not last, with Rampage leaving the band again after the recording of the album, to be replaced by Dan Yaremko.

The Lost Tapes was the first release on Keithley's revived Sudden Death label, followed by Festival Of Atheists. During this period, Keithley also oversaw the re-release of the band's classic early records on Sudden Death, several of which had been out of print for many years.

Later years and second hiatus (2003–2013)

In 2003, Vancouver Mayor Larry Campbell declared December 21 to be "D.O.A. Day" in honour of the band's 25th anniversary. In the same year, the band released a career-spanning retrospective entitled War And Peace. 2004 found the band releasing the ska-flavoured Live Free or Die. In 2006, Randy Rampage rejoined D.O.A. for his 3rd stint in the band.

The lineup remained stable until 2008, when The Great Baldini left the band to be replaced by new drummer James Hayden. Also in 2008, it was announced that Bob Rock, of Metallica fame would be producing the band's next album in time for their 30th anniversary. James Hayden quit before D.O.A. started to record to be replaced by Floor Tom Jones In September 2008, D.O.A. released Northern Avenger and embarked on their 30th anniversary tour. On the eve of the tour, it was announced that Randy Rampage was being replaced by Dan Yaremko once again.

D.O.A. played several dates in the summer of 2009 as part of the Van's Warped Tour 2009.

On May 1, 2010, D.O.A. released their fourteenth full-length album Talk Minus Action = Zero (a similarly titled live album Talk Minus Action Equals Zero had previously been released in 1990). Drummer Jesse Pinner (of the band Raised by Apes) took the place of Floor Tom Jones beginning on D.O.A.'s subsequent August 2010 tour due to Floor Tom Jones' commitments to his job at Canada Post.In 2012, Joe announced that he would be seeking nomination as an NDP candidate in the B.C. provincial election. As a result, D.O.A. announced an indefinite hiatus, and began their farewell tour on January 18, 2013 in celebration of the band's thirty-five year anniversary.

Second reunion and recent activity (2014–present)

On September 22, 2014, Keithley officially announced on the Sudden Death Records website that he had decided to reform the band with Paddy Duddy on drums and Mike "Maggot" Hodsall on bass, and would be embarking on a Canadian tour in October in support of the recently released live album, Welcome To Chinatown. This lineup recorded and released the studio album Hard Rain Falling in 2015. In April 2016, the band released a new version of "Fucked Up Ronnie" entitled "Fucked Up Donald" (referring to the 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump) as a single.

Members

Current lineup

Joe Keithley – vocals, guitar (1978–present), bass (1996–1999, studio only)

Mike Hodsall – bass (2014–present)

Paddy Duddy – drums (2014–present)Former members

Harry Homo - lead vocals (1978)

Brad Kent - guitar (1978)

Randy Romance - guitar (1978)

Zippy Pinhead - drums (1979; died 2019)

Simon Wilde - bass (1979-1980; died 1994)

Andy Graffiti - drums (1979-1980)

Randy Rampage – bass (1978–1982, 2000–2002, 2006–2009; died 2018)

Chuck Biscuits – drums (1978–1982)

Dave Gregg – guitar (1979–1988; died 2014)

Brian Roy Goble – bass (1982–1996; died 2014)

Ken "Dimwit" Montgomery – bass (1982), drums (1982–1983, 1984-1986; died 1994)

Gregg "Ned Peckerwood" James - drums (1983-1984)

Kerr Belliveau - drums (1986)

Jon Card – drums (1986–1990)

Chris Prohom – guitar (1988–1990)

Ken Jensen – drums (1992–1995; died 1995)

Jon Wright – keyboards (1992–1995), drums (1995–1996)

Ford Pier – guitar (1994–1996)

Wycliffe - bass (1997)

Kuba van der Pol - bass (1998-2000, 2002-2003)

Brien O’Brien – drums (1997–1999)

The Great Baldini – drums (2000–2008)

Dan Yaremko – bass (2003–2006, 2009–2013)

Floor Tom Jones – drums (2008–2010)

Jesse Pinner – drums (2010–2013)Timeline

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Band Members :   Paddy Duddy, Joey Keighley, Dave Gregg, Dimwit, Jon Card, Kerr Belliveau, Greg James, Randy Rampage, Brien O'Brien, Ford Pier, Brad Kent, Ken Jensen, Brian Roy Goble, Ken Montgomery, "Dirty" Dan Sedan, Simon Wilde, Jesse Pinner, Bill Chobotar, Charles Montgomery, Chris Prohom, John Wright




- Biography -

68 albums

Doa - Treason

Treason

2020 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
CD Album8 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - 1978

1978

2019 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl LP21 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Fight Back

Fight Back

2018 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
Vinyl LP13 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Splitwad

Splitwad

2017 - Canada
Punk, Rock & Roll, Thrash
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Act Out! Records, Portnow Intertainment Group...


Doa - D.O.A. / The Diders

D.O.A. / The Diders

2017 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"5 Tracks
Genjing Records


Doa - Fucked Up Donald

Fucked Up Donald

2016 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"3 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Hard Rain Falling

Hard Rain Falling

2015 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
CD Album12 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - To Hell N

To Hell N' Back

2013 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
DVD, CD NTSC14 Tracks
Mvd Visual, Sudden Death Records


Doa - Welcome To Chinatown: D.O.A. Live

Welcome To Chinatown: D.O.A. Live

2013 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
Vinyl LP28 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - We Occupy / Who The Hell Do You Think You Are

We Occupy / Who The Hell Do You Think You Are

2012 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - We Come In Peace

We Come In Peace

2012 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP13 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - The Vagabond Sessions

The Vagabond Sessions

2011 - Canada
Punk, Thrash
Vinyl Album13 Tracks
Sudden Death Records, Portnow Intertainment G...


Doa - Something Is Not Right With Me

Something Is Not Right With Me

2010 - Canada
Alternative Rock
Vinyl 10"1 Tracks
Dr. Martens


Doa - Who The Hell Do You Think You Are / Blue Tattoo

Who The Hell Do You Think You Are / Blue Tattoo

2010 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Explosive Records , Sudden Death Records


Doa - Talk - Action = 0

Talk - Action = 0

2010 - Canada
Punk
CD Album14 Tracks
Social Bomb Records


Doa - The Men Of Action

The Men Of Action

2009 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
DVD, CD Album DVD-Video43 Tracks
Sudden Death Records, Mvd Visual


Doa - Kings Of Punk, Hockey And Beer

Kings Of Punk, Hockey And Beer

2009 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album Compilation13 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Smash The State - The Raw Original D.O.A. 1978-81

Smash The State - The Raw Original D.O.A. 1978-81

2008 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
DVD NTSC33 Tracks
Mvd Visual, Sudden Death Records


Doa - Human Bomb

Human Bomb

2008 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Northern Avenger

Northern Avenger

2008 - Canada
Punk
CD Album15 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Live In San Francisco

Live In San Francisco

2007 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
DVD, CD NTSC25 Tracks
2b1 Records


Doa - Punk Rock Singles: 1978-99

Punk Rock Singles: 1978-99

2007 - Canada
Punk
CD Album Compilation26 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - War On 45 - March To The End

War On 45 - March To The End

2005 - Canada
Punk
CD Album Compilation18 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Live Free Or Die

Live Free Or Die

2004 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album20 Tracks
Social Bomb Records


Doa - Are U Ready

Are U Ready

2003 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore, Hard Rock
CD Album Compilation12 Tracks
Scratch Records, Sudden Death Records, Thorto...


Doa - War And Peace - D.O.A. 25th Anniversary Anthology

War And Peace - D.O.A. 25th Anniversary Anthology

2003 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album Compilation26 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Just Play It Over And Over

Just Play It Over And Over

2002 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
CD EP5 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Win The Battle

Win The Battle

2002 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl LP14 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Greatest Shits

Greatest Shits

1999 - Canada
Punk
DVD Album DVD-Video14 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Nervous Breakdown / Durst Und Wurst

Nervous Breakdown / Durst Und Wurst

1999 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Empty Records


Doa - D.O.A. / d.b.s.

D.O.A. / d.b.s.

1998 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Empty Records


Doa - Festival Of Atheists

Festival Of Atheists

1998 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl LP13 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - The Lost Tapes

The Lost Tapes

1998 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP17 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Beat

Beat 'Em, Bust 'Em / Can't Hide The Heino

1997 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 6"2 Tracks
Musical Tragedies


Doa - Sex, Drugs And Rock & Roll ? 2 Out Of 3 Ain

Sex, Drugs And Rock & Roll ? 2 Out Of 3 Ain't ½ Bad

1996 - Canada
Punk, Lounge
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Cannabis Canada Records


Doa - D.O.A. / The Show Business Giants

D.O.A. / The Show Business Giants

1995 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 10"7 Tracks
Essential Noise


Doa - Ken Jensen Memorial Single (1966-1995)

Ken Jensen Memorial Single (1966-1995)

1995 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - The Black Spot

The Black Spot

1995 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album16 Tracks
Essential Noise Recordings And Videos Inc.


Doa - Moose Droppings

Moose Droppings

1993 - Canada
Punk, Hard Rock
CD Album Compilation13 Tracks
Timberyard Records


Doa - The Only Thing Green

The Only Thing Green

1993 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Loggerheads

Loggerheads

1993 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album15 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - It

It's Not Unusual... But It Sure Is Ugly!

1993 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Bloodied But Unbowed (The Damage To Date: 1978-1984)

Bloodied But Unbowed (The Damage To Date: 1978-1984)

1992 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP27 Tracks
Restless Records


Doa - 13 Flavours Of Doom

13 Flavours Of Doom

1992 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album14 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - The Dawning Of A New Error

The Dawning Of A New Error

1992 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album Compilation39 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Talk Minus Action Equals Zero

Talk Minus Action Equals Zero

1991 - Canada
Punk
Cassette Album16 Tracks
Restless Records


Doa - Where Evil Grows

Where Evil Grows

1990 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk
Cassette Single2 Tracks
Restless Records


Doa - The End

The End

1990 - Canada
Punk
VHS NTSC27 Tracks
Dirkson-miller


Doa - Greatest Shits - One Hour Of Music

Greatest Shits - One Hour Of Music

1990 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP22 Tracks
Qqryq Productions


Doa - Murder.

Murder.

1990 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP12 Tracks
Restless Records


Doa - Last Scream Of The Missing Neighbors

Last Scream Of The Missing Neighbors

1989 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP6 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Ready To Explode

Ready To Explode

1987 - Canada
Hardcore
Vinyl 12"2 Tracks
Profile Records


Doa - True (North) Strong & Free

True (North) Strong & Free

1987 - Canada
Hardcore, Punk, Hard Rock
Vinyl LP10 Tracks
Rock Hotel Records


Doa - Let

Let's Wreck The Party

1985 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl LP12 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Don

Don't Turn Yer Back (On Desperate Times)

1984 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 12"4 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - A Night At The Assasination Club (Be Aware Of The Vancouver Five)

A Night At The Assasination Club (Be Aware Of The Vancouver Five)

1984 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore, Reggae
VHS PAL19 Tracks
Jettisoundz Video


Doa - General Strike b/w That

General Strike b/w That's Life

1983 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Right To Be Wild

Right To Be Wild

1983 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Bloodied But Unbowed (The Damage To Date: 1978-83)

Bloodied But Unbowed (The Damage To Date: 1978-83)

1983 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP19 Tracks
Cd Presents, Ltd.


Doa - War On 45

War On 45

1982 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 12"8 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Positively D.O.A.

Positively D.O.A.

1981 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"5 Tracks
Alternative Tentacles


Doa - Hardcore 81

Hardcore 81

1981 - Canada
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP14 Tracks
Friends Records


Doa - World War 3

World War 3

1980 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Something Better Change

Something Better Change

1980 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl LP13 Tracks
Friends Records


Doa - Triumph Of The Ignoroids

Triumph Of The Ignoroids

1979 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 12"5 Tracks
Friends Records


Doa - The Prisoner

The Prisoner

1978 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Quintessence Records


Doa - Disco Sucks

Disco Sucks

1978 - Canada
Punk
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Sudden Death Records


Doa - Order / New Wave Sucks

Order / New Wave Sucks

- Canada
Punk
CD Single4 Tracks
Essential Noise Recordings And Videos Inc.




- Videos D.O.A. -

80 Videos

We Gotta Get Out of This Place - Jello Biafra with D.O.A.
D.O.A.
Full Metal Jackoff by Jello Biafra & D.O.A. (Last Scream Of The Missing Neighbors)
D.O.A.
D.O.A. w/ Jello Biafra- Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors [1989] Full Album
D.O.A.
I Don't Give a Shit With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - Class War With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - Fuck You With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
War in the East With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
001 Losers Club With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. World War 3 With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
The Enemy With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
WAR With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A.- DOA With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - America the Beautiful With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - Get Out of My Life With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
Liar For Hire With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
I hate you With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - New Age With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - 2+2 With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - Slumlord With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
Something Better Change 1980 [Full Album]
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Let's Wreck The Party
D.O.A.
War
D.O.A.
War in the East With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Thirteen
D.O.A.
Power Play
D.O.A.
51st State
D.O.A.
Nasty Training Camp
D.O.A.
Bullet Catcher
D.O.A.
None But The Brave
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-To Hell An' Back
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Endless Sky
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Ready To Explode
D.O.A.
Takin' Care Of Business
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-General Strike
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Race Riot
D.O.A.
D.o.a. the prisoner
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Thirteen
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-The Prisoner
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Rich Bitch
D.O.A.
D.O.A. Want Some Bondage (uncensored)
D.O.A.
Hardcore '81 (Full Album) 1981
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - Whatcha Gonna Do With Lyrics in the Description Hardcore 81
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-The Only Thing Green
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Folsom Prison Blues
D.O.A.
Fucked Up Donald
D.O.A.
D.O.A. Not Gonna Take Your Crap No More (OFFICIAL VIDEO full HD)
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-2-S.O.T.E-Murder Song
D.O.A.
D.O.A. We know what you want
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-General Strike
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-That's Life
D.O.A.
Right to be Wild
D.O.A.
Who The Hell
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Already Dead
D.O.A.
Hole In the Sky
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-I Played The Fool
D.O.A.
Beatin' Rock 'n' Roll to Death
D.O.A.
It's Not Unusual - D.O.A.
D.O.A.
It's Not Unusual
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-General Strike
D.O.A.
General Strike - (Live at the Assasination Club, Bierkellar, Leeds, UK, 1984)
D.O.A.
The Black Spot (Full Album)
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Marijuana Motherfucker
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Smeat
D.O.A.
D.O.A. If there's god
D.O.A.
Death to the Multinationals
D.O.A.
You Need An Ass Kickin' Right Now
D.O.A.
Loggerheads (Full Album)
D.O.A.
D.O.A. - Human Bomb Sudden Death Records
D.O.A.
D.O.A.
D.O.A.
D.O.A. PIPELINE FEVER (Official Video) punk rock
D.O.A.
Northern Avenger (2008)
D.O.A.
D.O.A. Smash The State
D.O.A.
Brigands and Pirates
D.O.A.
Drive my car
D.O.A.
Masters of war
D.O.A.
Can't push me around
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-Let's Wreck The Party
D.O.A.
D.O.A.-General Strike
D.O.A.
DOA - Fuck You
D.O.A.
D.O.A - World War 3
D.O.A.





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