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Last Lights

No Past No Present No Future

Think Fast 38

Released on April 28, 2009


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This is the final recording with front man Dominic Mallary. Dom tragically and abruptly passed away on December 5th, 2008 due to complications with his performance the previous day in Boston. This complete discography includes an instrumental track recorded in January 2009, exclusive to the release.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 There's No One Good Enough To Be Alone  0%
2 Oh, Modern World  0%
3 The Shape Of Scum To Come  0%
4 Everybody's Working For The Weak End  0%
5 U.S. Out Of New England  0%
6 The Dream Homes Of Insomniacs  0%
7 No Future (The Children's Crusade)  0%
8 Love + Rent  0%
9 The Bourgeois Blues  0%
10 Destroy What Destroys You  0%
11 Sink  0%
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Andrew from Hollidaysburg, PA 
Mar 5 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is amazing. That's all that can be said. It sucks that the singer died because they would have made waves like you wouldn't imagine.








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