|Studio album by|
|Released||May 1, 1985|
|Recorded||Tim's House and Abingdon Obervatory, Arlington, VA|
|Producer||Phil Krauth, Mark Robinson|
Unrest is the eponymously titled debut studio album of Washington, D.C. Indie band Unrest, released on May 1, 1985 by TeenBeat Records.
All tracks are written by Unrest, except where noted.
|1.||"So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star" (The Byrds cover)||Chris Hillman, Jim McGuinn||2:56|
|2.||"Judy Says, Part I (Ode to J.)"||3:46|
|3.||"Scott & Zelda"||2:59|
|4.||"Holiday in Berlin, Part I"||2:14|
|5.||"Straight Edge" (Minor Threat cover)||Ian MacKaye||2:29|
|1.||"Judy Says, Part II"||5:14|
|2.||"The Hilltop, part two"||Mark Robinson||1:14|
|4.||"A Picnic at Hanging Rock (The Hilltop, Part 3)"||4:48|
Adapted from the Unrest liner notes.
|United States||1985||TeenBeat||CS||TEENBEAT 2|
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