Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down

For the phrase "Don't let the bastards grind you down", see Illegitimi non carborundum.
Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down
Studio album by The Toasters
Released 1997
Genre Ska
Length 57:58
Label Moon Ska Records
Producer Robert "Bucket" Hingley
The Toasters chronology
Hard Band for Dead
Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down
Enemy of the System
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Don't Let The Bastards Grind You Down is the seventh studio album by The Toasters. It has a much more mature sound than their previous albums and wasn't as solely focused on one genre (2-Tone) as their other albums before it had been. The album's cover includes the supposed-Latin motto, "Illegitimis non carborundum", which is supposed to mean "one must not be ground down by the bastards", although it is largely faux-Latin, with "carborundum" (intended to look like a Latin gerundive) actually referring to silicon carbide, a type of abrasive.

Track listing

No. TitleWritten by Length
1. "Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down"  Rob Hingley 2:51
2. "Fire in My Soul"  Lindo 3:54
3. "I'm Running Right Through the World"  Rob Hingley 3:50
4. "Underground Town"  David Waldo 3:28
5. "Gimmie Some Lovin'"  Spencer Davis, Muff Winwood, Steve Winwood 2:34
6. "Devil and a .45"  Rob Hingley 3:36
7. "Daddy Cry"  Rob Hingley, Matt Malles 3:17
8. "Today's a Good Day"  Johnathan McCain 3:15
9. "Jackie Chan"  Rick Faulkner 3:59
10. "Rude, Rude Baby"  Sledge 2:28
11. "Everything You Said Has Been a Lie"  Rob Hingley 2:23
12. "Spooky Graveyard"  Dave Barry, Rob Hingley 4:01
13. "Big Red"  Fred Reiter 4:06
14. "Bye, Bye, Baby"  Hingley, Nobile 4:40
15. "Weekend in L.A."  Sean Dinsmore, Rob Hingley 4:15
16. "Woyay"  Lindo, Malles 3:11
17. "Rhythm and Pain"  Dave Barry 1:53



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