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Welcome To The World Of Orange

Hellcat 80477

Released on August 23, 2005


The debut album from blazing Los Angeles teen punks ORANGE. Signed to Hellcat after catching the ear of Rancid's Tim Armstrong, the band shreds eleven catchy-ass punk tunes that nod to the classic sounds of bands like The Clash, Buzzcocks, and Generation X.

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Average Customer Rating: 2.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hollywood  0%
2 Forgive And Forget The Past Voted #2  33%
3 Cool Mexicans  0%
4 No Rest For The Weekend Voted #1  50%
5 Affirmation Song  0%
6 Ghetto-Blasta  0%
7 Altitude  0%
8 Rollercoaster  0%
9 Why Won't She Go Out With Me  0%
10 Never Too Late Voted #3  17%
11 Orange  0%
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Chris from Vero Beach, FL 
May 2 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

this cd is sooo horrible. it sounds like a couple of rich highschool brats that dont know what the hell they're singing about. shitty shityy shitty, dont buy it. good day

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Matthew from Queenstown, New Zealand 
Nov 22 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd isn't bad. It was being toughted as a huge good cd but i feel it doesn't live up to that standard. Dont get me wrong though it is still good especially since they are still in high school. Just have a listen before you go buy it from the reviews you may see.

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