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Transplants

2002 studio album by Transplants

Transplants

2002 studio album by Transplants
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Biography

Transplants is the eponymous debut studio album by the American punk rock/hip hop band Transplants. It was released on October 22, 2002 via Hellcat Records. Audio production of the twelve-track record was handled by Tim Armstrong and Dave Carlock. Rancid’s Matt Freeman and Lars Frederiksen, The Slackers’ Vic Ruggiero, The Distillers’ Brody Dalle, AFI’s Davey Havok, Funkdoobiest’s Son Doobie, The Nerve Agents’ Eric Ozenne, and Skarhead’s Danny Diablo made their appearances on the album as additional musicians and vocalists.
The album peaked at #96 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on the Independent Albums. Its lead single, “Diamonds and Guns”, peaked at #19 on the Alternative Songs, #27 on the UK Singles Chart, and was most played as background music in older Garnier Fructis TV commercials. The second single of the album, “D.J. D.J.” peaked at #49 on the UK Singles Chart. Both its singles are featured in Paul Hunter’s 2003 film Bulletproof Monk. The song “California Babylon” is included in the 2003 video game Tony Hawk’s Underground.

Genre

Rapcore hip hop

Label

Hellcat

Length

45:21

Producer

Tim Armstrong Dave Carlock

Recorded

January 2000 June 2002

Released

October 21, 2002 (2002-10-21) (EU) October 22, 2002 (2002-10-22) (US)

Studio

Tim Armstrong's Basement (Los Angeles, CA)

Name

Transplants

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