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Staples

Hey Ho Staples

Staples/Thirteen 4

Released on May 1, 2001

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The second album from the famous Brasilian punk rock girls band !! Check it OuT !!! now

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Tell Me The Truth Voted #3  17%
2 Waiting For You Voted #1  50%
3 Guilty  0%
4 Twenty 1  0%
5 Not Under Your Orders  0%
6 Not A Teen  0%
7 Secret  0%
8 Traffic Jam  0%
9 Sunny Day Voted #2  33%
10 Without You  0%
11 Do It Again  0%
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Jon from Effingham, IL 
Feb 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great album. These girls are Brasilian and although on some of their other records they sing in Portugese, all of the songs on this record are in English. I would probably compare them to Cub although they stick more to the holy trinity of Punk (Ramones, Queers, Screeching Weasel). As is typical of alot of foreign bands that sing in English, their lyrics are kind of nonsensical. But if you're listenning to Punk bands to somehow guide you in life you're already too pathetic for it to matter.





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