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Mag Seven

The Future Is Ours, If You Can Count

(Black Flag, Gwar, Descendents, All, Only Crime, Armstrong, Rise Against)

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The Mag Seven is 100% instrumental surf/rock/punk band and for this album features members of Black Flag, Gwar, Descendents, All, Only Crime, Hagfish, and Armstrong

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Suck Bitch  0%
2 Shitload Of Dimes  0%
3 I Drive Like Steve McQueen  0%
4 Poonzilla  0%
5 Ninja Please  0%
6 You Thought It Was Rain  0%
7 I Am Locust  0%
8 Del Scorcho  0%
9 Put Your Weight On It  0%
10 Strange Wool  0%
11 Suck Bitch (Slight Return)  0%
12 Untitled  0%
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Paul from Ferny Grove, Qld, Australia 
Jun 20 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I bought this simply because I found out that Bill Stevenson was on it. It's a totally instrumental CD which is pretty cool in small doses but it gets a little boring after a while. All the guitars have the same sort of sound, the drums have the same sort of beat and all the songs are about the same tempo. Ultimatly it's better than most stuff out these days.

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