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You Hate Me & I Hate You

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"You Hate Me & I Hate You"
Single by GG Allin
B-side"Automatic", "Assface"
RecordedDark Star Studio New Boston, NH
GenrePunk rock
Producer(s)GG Allin
GG Allin singles chronology
"'Gimme Some Head'"
"You Hate Me & I Hate You"
"'Violence Now - Assassinate the President'"
Gimme Some Head
You Hate Me & I Hate You
Violence Now - Assassinate the President

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You Hate Me & I Hate You is a single by American punk rock musician GG Allin and backing band The Jabbers[1], released in 1981 on Orange Records. The single also contained two tracks from Allin's 1980 album Always Was, Is and Always Shall Be, "Automatic" and "Assface".

During his time with The Jabbers, Allin often opened his set with this song.[2]

As was the case with Always Was, Is and Always Shall Be, Allin's singing voice had not yet deteriorated to a husky growl. In addition, the lyrics, despite being (intentionally) humorous and containing some swearing, do not represent the extreme antisocial and violent tone of Allin's later releases from the mid-1980s onwards.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "You Hate Me & I Hate You"
  2. "Automatic"
  3. "Assface"



  • GG Allin – vocals, producer
  • Guy Deschuiteneer – backing vocals
  • Chris (Chaos) Lemy – guitar, backing vocals
  • Alan Chapple – bass, backing vocals
  • Steve Lessard (credited as "Steve L") – drums


  1. "You Hate Me & I Hate You (Public Animal No. 1) / Automatic / Assface by GG Allin & The Jabbers (Single, Punk Rock): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music". Retrieved 2017-12-27.
  2. "Terminal Boredom". Retrieved 2018-01-05.
  3. * You Hate Me and I Hate You "GG Allin - You Hate Me + I Hate You (Public Animal No.1) (Vinyl) at Discogs". Retrieved 2017-12-27.

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