The Weiner Dog Comp II

This past winter, Ghoulie, a dachshund belonging to poster artist William Keihn, broke his back, and the surgery he needed set Keihn back a whole bunch of money. So Burger Records has released the cassette benefit compilation The Wiener Dog Comp II: The Ghoulie Tape, and proceeds are going to help pay down Keihn’s debut. A fuckload of garage-punk bands have contributed songs to the cause: Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Apache Dropout, lots of others. And Bay Area psych weirdo White Fence has turned in a jangly, flowery cover of “Today’s Lesson,” a 1991 banger from the crustcore band Filth. The White Fence version does not sound anything like the Filth one, and you can hear it below.

The Wiener Dog Comp II: The Ghoulie Tape is out now on Burger.

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  1. Really nice to see Burger continuing on with this benefit series. The first weiner dog comp was incredible and I’m expecting no less from this one. Can’t go wrong with good music for a good cause.

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