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Suicide Machines

On The Eve Of Destruction

Noise Riot 001

Released on March 21, 2006

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28 rare or unreleased Suicide Machines tracks from 1991-1995!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Skachool  6%
2 Everyday Life Voted #1  17%
3 Pre F&D People  0%
4 Green World  11%
5 With Sunshine  0%
6 Inside/Outside  0%
7 The Golfing Song  0%
8 The Vans Song  0%
9 Drunken Jocks  0%
10 Ugly Place  0%
11 Snotrag  0%
12 Friends Are Hard To Find  6%
13 Something For Nothing  0%
14 Heyska! Voted #2  17%
15 New Girl  0%
16 The Real You  0%
17 Too Much  0%
18 90210h No!  0%
19 Hey  0%
20 Whatsername  0%
21 Bonkers  6%
22 Suicide Machines  11%
23 She's Not Worth It  0%
24 Little Horne Voted #3  17%
25 Too Much  0%
26 Vans Dub  0%
27 Post Office Death Squad  0%
28 Inside/Outsite (Reprise)  11%
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Jonathan from Albuquerque, NM 
Jun 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A godsend for those of us who enjoy the raw, earlier sounds of the Machines. If you like songs about dogs and shoes and shit, get their middle era stuff. If you like raw-ass ska punk, check this out. Their newer stuff is more like a melodic hardcore band that knows a couple ska riffs.

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Andrew from Woodstock, MD 
Aug 18 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you love the Suicide Machines' Destruction By Definition, and want to hear it's roots, get this. If you want to have a collection of their early stuff without having to buy it off eBay, get this. They almost have a Mustard Plug vibe on this. It is less in your face, and there are some pretty funny tracks like the one about Beverly Hills 90210 and the dub version of the Vans Song. If you accept it for what it is, it is pretty good.

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Jul 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

SUICIDE MACHINES hmmmmmm the perfect bland of SKA/PUNK hmmmmmm released 5 great albumms hmmmmmm 1 what were they thinking album hmmmmmm No longer a band as they've broken up hmmmmmm Everyone should own all there cds. Well its early stuff what do you expect its got a few classics so all I can say is buy it and hopefully his new label Noise Riot well do very well!

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Cort from Newton, NJ 
Jun 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the suicide machines first two cds were really good. the two in the middle were shitty pop punk but it was the suicide machines so it made it better than most shitty pop punk. the two newer cds were alright. not huge fans of either. anyway there first two cds were really good. especially destruction by definition. second best ska punk album ever, i do believe. maybe third because keasbey nights is fucking good. anyway if you love destruction by definition pick this up, not only for the songs that are already on it, but for all of the other dbd styled songs. yeah battle hymns was good, but it was not as catchy as dbd (id like to see a band come out with a record after that amazing one). anyway this song is catchy, raw, and makes me love the suicide machines more. my only complaint is that its much too long, but thats a good thing so they didnt put out like four and then steal your money. lovely guys arent they?

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Joel from Oxnard, CA 
Jun 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I finally got to hear their early stuffs. Been searching for 'em a long time. Suicide machines in raw style.

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Paul from Oak Lawn, IL 
Apr 11 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Um, if you like The Suicide Machines, I guess you should get this. They sound like they haven't hit puberty yet. This is a well thought-out review, just like Interpunk asked for. Knowing how I , the purchaser, feel about the music is important... or so Interpunk tells me.

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