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Cherry Poppin' Daddies discography The Cherry Poppin' Daddies performing in Southern California in June 2007. Releases ↙Studio albums 5 ↙Compilation albums 2 ↙Singles 4 ↙Demos 3 ↙7" vinyl 2 ↙Music videos 3 ↙Other appearances 11 The discography of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, a Eugene, Oregon-based ska-swing band, includes five studio albums, four singles, two compilation albums, three demos and three music videos, among other recordings. The Cherry Poppin' Daddies were formed in late 1988 by vocalist Steve Perry and bassist Dan Schmid following the disbandment of their psychedelic rock group Saint Huck. The Daddies released their debut album, Ferociously Stoned, in 1990 on the Sub Par Records label. After underground success in the Pacific Northwest, they began touring nationally by 1993, independently producing and recording two further studio albums on their self-operated label Space Age Bachelor Pad Records. The Daddies' third album, 1996's Kids on the Street, proved to be a minor commercial breakthrough on the heels of the mid-90s third wave ska revival, earning distribution through Caroline Records.[1] In 1997, the Daddies signed with Mojo Records for the release of an all-swing compilation album, Zoot Suit Riot. Arriving concurrently with the late-90s swing revival, Zoot Suit Riot became the band's most commercially successful album to date, selling over two million copies in the United States and going gold in several countries.[2] Following the commercial disappointment of their 2000 album Soul Caddy, the Daddies were dropped from Mojo and entered a hiatus, returning in 2008 to independently record and release their fifth studio album, Susquehanna. In 2009, the band signed to Rock Ridge Music to release both a re-issue of Susquehanna and the all-ska compilation Skaboy JFK. Contents 1 Studio albums 2 Compilation albums 3 Singles 4 Demos 5 7" vinyl 6 Music videos 6.1 Videography 7 Other appearances 8 References Studio albums Year Title Chart positions U.S. 1990 Ferociously Stoned Released: November 20, 1990 Label: Sub Par Records/Space Age Bachelor Pad Format: LP, CD, CS — 1994 Rapid City Muscle Car Released: December 12, 1994 Label: Sub Par Records/Space Age Bachelor Pad Format: CD — 1996 Kids on the Street Released: February 6, 1996 Label: Space Age Bachelor Pad/Caroline Records (#4228)[3] Format: CD, CS — 2000 Soul Caddy Released: October 3, 2000 Label: Mojo Records Format: CD, CS — 2008 Susquehanna Released: February 19, 2008 (online release) June 10, 2008 (CD release) September 29, 2009 (Rock Ridge re-issue) Label: Space Age Bachelor Pad/Rock Ridge Music Format: CD — Compilation albums Date Title Sales and certifications Peak chart positions U.S. [4] 1997 Zoot Suit Riot: The Swingin' Hits of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies Released: March 18, 1997 July 1, 1997(Mojo re-issue) Label: Mojo Records/Space Age Bachelor Pad Format: CD, CS US: 2x Platinum[5] CAN: Gold[6] NZ: Gold[7] 17 2003 Greatest Hits (unreleased)* Released: N/A Label: Mojo Records/Jive Records Format: CD — 2009 Skaboy JFK: The Skankin' Hits of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies Released: September 29, 2009 Label: Rock Ridge Music/Space Age Bachelor Pad Format: CD — In 2003, as Mojo Records was folding following its acquisition by BMG, the label planned to release a Cherry Poppin' Daddies "Greatest Hits" compilation to fulfill the band's initial three-album contract. Consisting solely of tracks from Zoot Suit Riot and Soul Caddy, the album was eventually scrapped, though a few advance copies were made and sent out to select music reviewers.[8] Singles Year Single Peak chart positions[9] Album US Mod US Adult US Pop 1997 "Zoot Suit Riot" 15 16 32 Zoot Suit Riot: The Swingin' Hits of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies 1998 "Brown Derby Jump" — — — 1998 "Here Comes the Snake" — — — 2000 "Diamond Light Boogie" — — — Soul Caddy Demos * Denotes non-album tracks Year Title Tracks Label 1989 4 From On High Cassette 1. "Dr. Bones" – 3:32 Dangers of the Liberal Mind 2. "Diabolic Tastemaker" – 5:12 3. "Up From the Gutter" – 4:30 4. "Cherry Poppin' Daddy Strut" – 3:05 1997 The Cherry Poppin' Daddies Cassette 1. "Dr. Bones" – 3:32 Mojo Records 2. "Brown Derby Jump" – 3:01 3. "Hi and Lo" – 3:41 * February 9, 2007 Susquehanna demo tracks Digital download 1. "Blood Orange Sun" – 3:21 * Online release only 2. "Bust Out" – 4:08 * 3. "Roseanne" – 3:11 * 7" vinyl * Denotes non-album tracks Year Title Tracks Label 1992 The Daddies 1. "Ding Dong Daddy" – 3:34 Sonic Recollections 2. "Mom Was No Fat Broad" – 4:51 * 1997 Vacationing in Palm Springs (Split with Reel Big Fish) 1. "Hi & Lo" – 3:41 * Mojo Records 2. "2:29" – 3:43 * Music videos Year Title Director 1997 "Zoot Suit Riot" Isaac Camner 1998 "Zoot Suit Riot" Gregory Dark "Brown Derby Jump" Jamie Caliri Videography "Brown Derby Jump" (live), performed in the documentary Punk Rock Summer Camp (1998) AMC Swings!, television special hosted by and featuring the music of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies (1999) "Zoot Suit Riot" (live), performed on the instructional VHS Swing: The Romance of Dance (1999) Other appearances The following are songs that did not receive a release on a studio or compilation album. Year Song Source 1993 "Nobody's Friend" – 5:17 I-5 Killers, Volume 2 compilation "The Graduate" – 3:24 Northwest Ungrunge compilation 1997 "Sound System" (Operation Ivy) – 2:06 Take Warning: The Songs of Operation Ivy tribute album 1998 "Butch the Gay Santa Claus" – 1:37 Kevin and Bean: Santa's Swingin' Sack compilation "Cool Yule" (Louis Armstrong) I'll Be Home for Christmas soundtrack "Jump In The Line (Shake, Shake Senora)" (Belafonte) – 3:45 BASEketball: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 1999 "Brown Derby Jump" (live) – 3:22 Jingle Ball '98: The CD "Zoot Suit Riot" (live) – 4:03 "Here Comes the Snake" (remix) – 2:56 Three to Tango: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture "So Long Toots" (alternate recording) – 2:31 Blast from the Past: Music from the Original Motion Picture 2001 "Jake's Frilly Panties" – 2:48 Available for download on official website for fan club members from 2001 through April 2006 References ^ Tortorici, Frank 'VH1: Cherry Poppin' Daddies' October 8, 1999. ^ RIAA - Cherry Poppin' Daddies Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved March 09, 2010 ^ "Kids on the Street > Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-03-09.  ^ "Album Chart History - Zoot Suit Riot - Cherry Poppin' Daddies". Billboard.  Last accessed March 9, 2010. ^ RIAA - Cherry Poppin' Daddies Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved March 09, 2010 ^ CRIA - Cherry Poppin' Daddies Canadian Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved March 27, 2010. ^ Foyston, John (September 6, 1998). "Cherry Poppin' Daddies". The Oregonian. Retrieved August 14, 2009.  ^ "Greatest Hits". AllMusic. 2003. Retrieved March 9, 2010.  ^ AllMusic Charts: Cherry Poppin' Daddies singles Retrieved March 9, 2010 v · d · eCherry Poppin' Daddies Steve Perry • Dan Schmid • Dana Heitman • Dustin Lanker • Joe Manis • Kevin Congleton • William Seiji Marsh • Willie Matheis Brooks Brown • Tim Arnold • Chris Azorr • James Gossard • James Phillips • John Fohl • Brian West • Jason Moss • Adrian P. Baxter • Darren Cassidy • Sean Flannery • Adam Glogauer • Jason Palmer • Rex Trimm • Hans Wagner • Tim Donahue • Ian Early • Johnny Goetchius • Jesse Cloninger Studio albums Ferociously Stoned • Rapid City Muscle Car • Kids on the Street • Soul Caddy • Susquehanna Compilations Zoot Suit Riot: The Swingin' Hits of... • Skaboy JFK: The Skankin' Hits of... EPs Vacationing in Palm Springs (w/ Reel Big Fish) Singles "Zoot Suit Riot" • "Brown Derby Jump" • "Here Comes the Snake" • "Diamond Light Boogie" Related articles Discography • The Visible Men • White Hot Odyssey • Mojo Records • Rock Ridge Music