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Casualties

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Punk Core 8

Released on July 18, 2000

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Street punk's reigning hair kings the CASUALTIES return from the gutter to cash in on the kids once again. Twelve fine anthems, one small price. (2 to 1). The first pressing included a special multimedia section for your computer. Includes full length videos, photo galleries and internet links. Get it now before they are gone.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 18 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 No Way Out  5%
2 Proud To Be Punk Voted #1  25%
3 Street Punk Voted #2  16%
4 Fight For Your Life Voted #3  13%
5 Time To Think  5%
6 Violence  3%
7 Same Fucking Song  6%
8 Just Another Lie  1%
9 Authority Is Dead  7%
10 Preachers  5%
11 Way Of Life  6%
12 Society's Fodder  7%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 18 to vote for your favorite songs

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Stephen from Kenosha, WI 
Jan 1 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great Casualties Album. It's not as good as Underground Army or Die Hards (my favorite of them all), but it's damn good. the last track are actually 2 songs and both covers. one of I don't know of and the other is Dead Cities (By The Exploited), however there is a long pause in-between the track (about 1 minute and I don't mean that the Disc is messed up) recommended seriously.

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Mitzi from Berlin, NJ 
Nov 29 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

The Casualties suck so much ass. Every song sounds exactly the same!!! If you want to hear some good street punk listen to the unseen.

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Evan from St. Petersburg, FL 
Feb 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

casualties wat can i say are awesome. this cd is also awesome.best songs are fight for your life and streetpunk.dont be stupid so buy this cd.its not my favorite but it isnt the worst. if ur just getting into casualties get either "for the punx" or "die hards". and 1 last thing punx unite!

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Joseph from Silt, CO 
Dec 14 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

If you like the standard bullshit (oi oi streetpunk, leather, boots, spikey hair, up the punx, unity, unity) lyrics and music of these piece of shit sellout hypocrits then this is the album for you. Its full of extremely generic lyrics that these guys dont even relate to anymore. They sold out and are now rich bastard fucks singing about how their boots are filled with dirt from working hard just to survive. What a huge load of bullshit that is. When you play on the fucking warped tour with all the bands that play there, or have interviews on tv, or sell your fucking merch in hot topic, or sell your albums at fucking sam goody, then i can guarantee you are not working hard everyday just to survive. That may of been true when they were young, but it sure as hell is bullshit now. What pisses me off the most is that they think they havent sold out and are singing the same fucking lyrics even though they dont relate at all to them. The Casualties have become the bastards they used to sing about saying how much they hated them. They are still singing that today only now they are those bastards. They feed off the stupid kids who go to their shows and shout along passionately with all their hypocritical bullshit lies. And if you go and stand up against them they will just say things like," We are just here to play our punk rock music if you dont like it then leave." And all the kids will cheer and laugh and all of the sudden you realize you are not at a punk rock show. You are surrounded by fucking posers and you want to puke all over every one of them. But if that is what you want to spend your money on and if you want to support this bullshit then go ahead and buy this, paint the Casualties on your fucking jacket and remain a piece of shit poser forever. But if not go buy a Varukers,External Menace,Attak,Suicidal Supermarket Trollies, or any album of that sort and save yourself the pain of supporting bullshit lying fuck head rockstars like the Casualties

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Andre from Lake Villa, IL 
Nov 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say? These guys continue to impress. This is yet another great album with straight up punk, real raw, real fast, real good.

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Anthony from Akron, OH 
Jun 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i love all the causalties cds and this one is one of my favorites so i would definitly recomend buying this cd but do get for the punx first

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Robert from Dallas, OR 
Mar 18 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Casualties are one of the best punk bands still around today. This cd is worth the money. One of the best songs is "No Way Out".

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Kevin from Wyoming, MI 
Jan 21 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First and formost The Casualties are one of the best hardcore bands out there. I love almost all the songs on this cd, the best ones are "Authority is Dead" and "Street Punk". You can tell they have grown as band . This cd isnt as good as there latest one "Die Hards" but still worth the money. The cd rom videos make it even better.

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Brian from Paramus, NJ 
Dec 26 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

For what it is, this is a juicy street punk CD. But, the bad thing is that their songs don't stray far from "We're the punks, too many poseurs in our scene, authority sucks." The songs individually are good, and the "screct" song "Dead Cities" is classic. But, it kind of sucks listening all the way through to songs about basically the same shit. Then again, you can't understand what Jorge is saying....... but, unlike most other kids, I like to listen to what the guy is saying and not just think "Oh they are fast, they kick ass." Anyway, in sumationage, it's good if you like the casualties. Essential Tracks: Just Another Lie, Aurhority Is Dead, Steet Punk

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Greg from Champaign, IL 
Dec 20 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

One solid street punk album, still not as good as 'For The Punx', but could The Casualties ever top that?...I guess only time will tell. None the less this is still a great album with great songs and as if that wasn't enough the multimedia videos make this every bit worth the money. If you like The Casualties, you'll like this album - it's that simple.

 
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