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Music / The Dirtbombs

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Detroit Garage Rock band blending genres like Punk Rock, Soul and Rock & Roll. Leader Mick Collins is a Furry, and this is a source of inspiration for many of the band's lyrics. He's also a friend of and something of a mentor to Jack White, since Collins led his earlier band the Gorys.

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Studio Discography:

  • Horndog Fest (1998)
  • Chariots of the Gods? (Australia-only EP) (1999)
  • Ultraglide in Black (2001)
  • Dangerous Magical Noise (2003)
  • Billiards at Nine Thirty (A German with one side each given to the Dirtbombs and King Khan & His Shrines) (2004)
  • We Have You Surrounded (2008)
  • Party Store (2011)
  • Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey! (2013)



  • Cover Album: Ultraglide in Black is mostly covers of the R&B standards Mick Collins grew up with, along with one original song.
  • Detroit
  • Furry Fandom: Mick Collins. Their album Horndog Fest has cover art by furry artist Joe Rosales; Collins' fursona, a wolf, can be seen on this cover, along with other anthropomorphic dogs, cheering on a Cat Girl stripper.
  • Garage Rock: They're one of the major contemporary Garage Bands.


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