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Money Money 2020

Money Money 2020
Studio album by The Network
Released September 30, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre
Length 33:34
Label Adeline, Reprise
Producer The Network
The Network chronology
Money Money 2020
(2003)
Disease Is Punishment
(2004)
Singles from Money Money 2020
  1. "Joe Robot"
    Released: 2004
  2. "Teenagers from Mars"
    Released: Late 2004

Money Money 2020 is the debut album by the new wave band The Network. It was released on September 30, 2003 through Adeline Records.

The album came with a DVD that featured six music videos for songs on the CD directed and produced by Roy Miles of AntiDivision. It was re-released by Reprise Records on November 9, 2004. This release did not include the DVD, but did include two additional tracks, "Teenagers from Mars" (which also appeared in the video game Tony Hawk's American Wasteland) and "Hammer of the Gods".

Money Money 2020 is rumored to be related to the Green Day album entitled Cigarettes and Valentines due to the album's release date and many other similarities. However, Armstrong denies this.[4]

In a recent live show, the Foxboro Hot Tubs, one of Green Day's side projects, covered the song "Supermodel Robots."[5]

The song "Roshambo" was featured in the video game NHL 2005.

The song "Teenagers From Mars" was featured in the video game "Tony Hawk's American Wasteland." and it was covered by "The Sunshine".

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Joe Robot"   2:02
2. "Transistors Gone Wild"   1:28
3. "Reto"   2:01
4. "Supermodel Robots"   2:05
5. "Money Money 2020"   2:12
6. "Spike"   2:58
7. "Love and Money"   1:21
8. "Right Hand-A-Rama"   2:07
9. "Roshambo"   2:46
10. "Hungry Hungry Models"   2:42
11. "Spastic Society"   2:26
12. "X-Ray Hamburger"   3:14
13. "Teenagers from Mars"   3:32
14. "Hammer of the Gods"   2:34
Total length:
33:34

Members

  • Fink - lead vocals, guitar, drums on "Hungry Hungry Models"
  • Van Gough - lead vocals, bass guitar
  • The Snoo - drums, lead vocals on "Hungry Hungry Models"
  • Z - keyboards, backing vocals, keytar on "Right Hand-A-Rama"
  • Captain Underpants - keytar, keyboards on "Right Hand-A-Rama"
  • Balducci - rhythm guitar

References

  1. ^ "Money Money 2020 Review".  
  2. ^ "Money Money 2020 - The Network".  
  3. ^ "The Network".  
  4. ^  
  5. ^ Foxboro Hot Tubs - Supermodel Robot @ Don Hill's, NYC [April 23, 2010 on YouTube
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