Yidcore is a Jewish punk rock band from Australia, known for playing punk covers of Jewish and Israeli songs. Though most of their material is covers, the band started writing more of its own material in later albums.
The band's logo is a variation of the Ramones logo (which, in its turn, is based on the Seal of the President of the United States), with the names of the band members in Hebrew. The eagle is replaced by a chicken with a menora above its head, the apple tree branch replaced by a shofar, the arrows replaced by the Magen David and the writing "Oy Vey, Let's Eat" instead of "Hey Ho, Let's Go". The band's mascot is a rubber chicken called Scrambles, usually taped to lead singer Bram Presser's microphone on concerts.
Eighth Day Slice/Fiddlin on ya Roof is a double album by Jewish punk rock band Yidcore, released in 2005. It includes a cover of Bette Midler's "Wind Beneath My Wings" and the track "Since I Bothered You", which both received play on Triple J as well as its counterpart music video show Rage.
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