From 1982 onward, D.I. continued the loud, fast and out-of-control Orange county pop-punk of Social Distortion and The Adolescents (both of whom lead singer Casey Royer played with). While they never equaled those bands greatest moments, Casey and his ever-changing band of surfers, did hit a helluva peak with this complete bastardization of Chuck Berry's "Surfin' U.S.A.", featuring new lyrics and and a hopped-up-on-goofballs arrangement.
The cover of Devo's "Uncontrollable Urge" is good but how do you improve on the original?
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Here's their infamous appearance in Suburbia.
Here's a hella catchy song from their best album, Horse Bites Dog Cries.
And proof that that you can't keep a beach-punk down.