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Powerbait is the first EP by American pop punk band Digger, released on September 20, 1996[1], through Hopeless Records.

📅 ReleasedSeptember 20, 1996 (1996-09-20)
🎙️ RecordedJune 1996
StudioWestbeach Recorders, Artison Studios
⏳ Length35:00
🏷️ LabelHopeless Records
🤑 ProducerDonnell Cameron
Digger chronology
The Promise of an Uncertain Future

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The album was recorded at Westbeach Recorders and Artison Studios in Hollywood, California in June of 1996 and mastered at Oasis Mastering.[2]

The songs "Boy Toy Days" and "I Want My Hat Back" appeared in the 2000 PlayStation 2 video game Surfing H3O.

Track Listing[edit]

All tracks written by Digger, except where noted.

1."Digger" 1:13
2."Boy Toy Days" 1:58
3."Dale" 3:01
4."I Want My Hat Back" 2:24
5."Lifestyles Of The Middle School Lamest" 2:21
6."The Boot" 1:29
7."Rollercoaster Girl" 4:42
8."String In My Throat" 3:18
9."Day In The Life Of Joel" 2:28
10."Bigwheel" 2:23
11."September" 2:28
12."Geek Love" 3:24
13."Ducky's Curse" 2:16
14."True Blue"1:40
Total length:35:00



  • Matt Gregorec – Bass, Vocals
  • Mike Fisher – Drums
  • Chris Benner – Guitar, Vocals
  • Phil Nelson – Guitar, Vocals


  • Digger, Donnell Cameron – Production
  • Eddie Schreyer – Mastering
  • Donnell Cameron – Recording


  • Olga Matlin – Photography (Band Photo)


  1. "Powerbait : HLR0 : Hopeless Records". hopelessrecords.merchnow.com. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  2. "Digger (2) - Powerbait". Discogs. Retrieved 2019-08-16.

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