New Hampshire pop-punk legends The Queers have announced that they are re-issuing their album Punk Rock Confidential. The album was previously released in 1998 by Hopeless Records. The re-issue, titled Punk Rock Confidential Revisited is being re-issued by Rad Girlfriend Records on CD and by Asian Man Records on vinyl. The entire album has been re-recorded, giving us updated versions of songs such as "Tamara is a Punk," "Like a Parasite," and "I Enjoy Being a Boy" with a new lineup and guest musicians from bands such as Parasite Diet, The Riptides, and Teenage Rehab. The album is scheduled to be released on April 6.
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