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One Shot Left

Something To Be Reckoned With

Meter 5

Released on June 1, 2000


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Playing hard and heavy punk rock with a tight metal edge, One Shot Left delivers a powerful and positive social-political message. Recorded and mastered in the Juno-award winning Sundae Sound Studios with Chixdiggit's David Alcock at the helm. This CD is loud and hard-core!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Won't Be Long  0%
2 World Of Nothing  7%
3 Remember Me Voted #2  20%
4 Just Because Voted #3  17%
5 Crystal Clear  17%
6 Upside Down  0%
7 Nothing More  0%
8 Misinformed  13%
9 Lies You've Led  0%
10 Never Coming Home  0%
11 Spoken Lies Voted #1  27%
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John from Middletown, RI 
May 14 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this one of the best bands to combine melodicly/hardcore driven lyrics that youll be hearin it all fuckin day in your head.the harmonics on this disc are great the speed changes throughout all of the songs and good backup vocals so all in all youve got one shot left to get this disc until its out of print it. MDDM.......heckle/jeckle

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