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  1. Ds Car Jam Anxious MoFo
  2. Theatre Is The Life Of You
  3. Viet Nam
  4. Cohesion
  5. It's Expected I'm Gone
  6. Number One Hit Song
  7. Two Beads At The End
  8. Do You Want New Wave Or Do You Want The Truth
  9. Don't Look Now
  10. Shit
  11. Nature Without Man
  12. One Reporter's Opinion
  13. Political Song For Michael Jackson To Sing
  14. Maybe Partying Will Help
  15. Toadies
  16. Retreat
  17. The Big Foist
  18. God Bows To Math
  19. Corona
  20. The Glory of Man
  21. Take 5, D.
  22. My Heart and The Real World
  23. History Lesson- Part II
  24. You Need The Glory
  25. The Roar of The Masses Could Be Farts
  26. West Germany
  27. The Politics of Time
  28. Themselves
  29. Please Don't Be Gentle With Me
  30. Nothing Indeed
  31. No Exchange
  32. There Aint't Shit on T.V. Tonight
  33. This Ain't No Picnic
  34. Spillage
  35. Untitled Song
  36. Jesus and Tequila
  37. June 16th
  38. Storm in My House
  39. Martin's Story
  40. Dr. Wu
  41. The World According to Nouns
  42. Love Dance
  43. Three Car Jam

The third studio album from the Minutemen.

The title refers to doing the speed limit (55 mph) on the number 10 freeway and was reaction to Sammy Hagar song, "I Can't Drive 55", which protested the federally imposed speed limit of 55 miles per hour on all U.S. highways.

The cover features Mike Watt driving exactly 55mph ("double nickels" in trucker slang) on the Interstate 10 ("The Dime" in trucker slang).