Duke Lion Fights the Terror!! is the first and only album by Big Dumb Face, released on March 6, 2001.
The album features a cast of fictional characters that are the subject of the albums songs, such as Duke Lion, Kali, and the Blood Red Head among others.
A video of the song 'Duke Lion' was released, which features the band prancing around in a maniacal fashion on screen while performing the song with occasional appearances from other characters such as Duke Lion himself.
- Duke Lion is the hero of the story. He is apparently the son of man, god, and lion. He protects the weak and the innocent, and fends against evil. He wields a magical golden sword that can shoot flames, and wears a magical suit of armor that allows him to never be tired. He also has magical arrows.
- The Blood Red Head is a mysterious flying red head that is surrounded by flames. It also has yellow eyes, sharp fangs, and talons growing from its face. It is apparently evil, although it doesn't seem to have any motive. It simply destroys whatever is in its path. Before it attacks it makes an awful sound, and it then smashes into its opponent, who when hit, disintegrates on impact. Duke Lion once fought this monster, but it was immune to his sword's fireballs. To defeat it, he searched for the Ice Sword of Gaultry.
- Kali a goddess who, even when lighting children's heads on fire and spreading disease, seems to have a loyal following.
- Robot During the height of a mysterious battle, one side out of desperation activates a huge robot to decimate the other side.
- Florin Shordo
- Organ Splitter
- Penus Laser The Penus Laser is apparently some ultimate weapon, but it could be the figment of someone's imagination as you cannot see it, or touch it, and it's hidden inside of a jar.
- "Burgalveist" – 2:47
- "Duke Lion" – 2:00
- "Kali Is The Sweethog" – 2:45
- "Blood Red Head On Fire" – 3:42
- "Space Adventure" – 2:40
- "Fightin' Stance" – 2:32
- "Organ Splitter" – 2:10
- "Mighty Penus Laser" – 5:31
- "Robot" – 1:03
- "Rebel" – 3:26
- "Voices In The Wall" – 2:58
- "It's Right In Here" – 19:43
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- The album was recorded and mixed entirely at Wes Borland's home studio by himself.
- Wes's wife at the time, Heather, made an appearance on "Fightin' Stance" clapping.
- The entire end of "It's Right In Here" is Wes Borland and Kyle Weeks running through Wes's halls with a microphone 'molesting' various objects.
- The album art was done by Wes, some of it at his home, and some while on the Anger Management Tour.
- Kyle and Scott appear sporadically throughout the album.