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Endless Struggle

Till The End

A-F 21

Released on January 21, 2003

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Delivering underground streetpunk on their own terms - with hard blows from a heavy hand - ENDLESS STRUGGLE combine Oi!, old school hardcore and vicious gutter punk. Formed by Magoo (ex-TOTAL CHAOS) in 1995, they have steamrolled through the past 7 years via no-holds-barred tours, self-releases, and countless compilations. They have been called the bastard children of GBH, THE BUSINESS and DISCHARGE, blending ultra-fast and mid-tempo breaks with crunchy guitars and angry vocals with lyrics focusing on both political and everyday topics. ENDLESS STRUGGLE's unrelenting authentic punk sound has never gone unnoticed by lovers of true streetpunk, and their army continues to grow with every show. They have shared stages with punk's greatest, including forefathers such as ANTI-NOWHERE LEAGUE, THE PARTISANS, CONFLICT, and THE EXPLOITED as well as contemporary contenders THE UNSEEN, LOWER CLASS BRATS, THE CASUALTIES and the U.S. BOMBS among countless others.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Time Waits  6%
2 Payback  6%
3 Till The End  8%
4 Chemical Hero  6%
5 Things Could Be Worse Voted #2  13%
6 Coming Back Around  8%
7 Shamos  6%
8 20 Years  4%
9 No Feelings  6%
10 Lost Soul  6%
11 Blood On The Streets Voted #3  10%
12 Land Shark  2%
13 Religious Fools Voted #1  17%
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Aaron from El Paso, TX 
Mar 20 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this cd is good, but if you want a bad ass endless struggle cd then get In the Day. that ones bad ass.so i say get it if you want it. but if you dont have anyother endless struggle cd then get till the end! CHEERS!

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Greg from Champaign, IL 
Oct 7 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I like what I heard on the A-F record comp. as well as their older shit so I figured I'd give this record a shot. It's pretty decent anthem/street punk but there are some messages in here I don't agree with and the record as a whole isn't THAT great. Oh well I still listen to it.

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Nick from North Bend, WA 
Feb 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd fucking kicks ass, the music is awesome and most of the lyrics are good. one thing i dont get, but i thought was kinda funny is how Endless Struggle was talking about Bombing Bin LAden and shit, and they released this cd on A-F Records! and on the A-F records site there is all this Anti-war stuff, so its kinda funny, but all in all, this is a fucking great cd. i cant say if i think its better or worse than In the day.









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