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Asshole Parade

Welcome Fucking Home (Colored Vinyl)

No Idea 273

Released on August 25, 2009

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Asshole Parade return with a world tour and a new record! Contained herein are seven shards of thrash fury, both raging and devastating! Additional weight for sensitive pressure points: a solidstate download code for your iPod glands and two colors of vinyl (Opaque Blue or Transparent Goldenrod, limited to 500 each) for your Ebay ligaments. Yes. The apocalypse is upon you!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Lesson One  0%
2 Soldiers IV  0%
3 Vast Air  0%
4 Big Death  0%
5 Much Preesh  0%
6 Freedom Fighters  0%
7 Lesson Two  0%
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Sam from Tasmania, Australia 
Oct 16 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Do we really need this band anymore? I like this 7" (and everything else they have done for that matter) but they do seem to have outstayed their relevence in the HC world. Start a band, release a record, break up, that should be the rules.

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