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Hi.Fi Massacre

Disarm The Humans

Red Etiquette 1

Released on April 1, 2004

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Catatonic Faceplant Voted #1  50%
2 Disarm The Humans  0%
3 Talking To These Memories...... Voted #3  17%
4 We Are The Slaves  0%
5 Cars Vs Guns Voted #2  33%
6 Souvenir Of The Kill  0%
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Ken from Ames, IA 
Feb 16 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

not much to say besides completely kick ass! imagine if dillenger escape plan and thursday had a kid then the kid grew up and met a kid who was the offspring of at the drive in and this day forward they made a baby and before it was born the mom took tons of acid... that bitch would give birth to the hi.fi massacre. Description is over. TIME TO REVIEW. One thing that's so great about these guys/album is you know where they get influence but you don't know because they steal ideas or mimic their heros. before I got this album I was really starting to hate hardcore it's just dying and turning into total crap. its the new HIP to steal ideas have the same beats and write music that has no meaning just sounds "badass" this is from the heart...truly and that's why it kicks so much ass. not saying it sounds like poison the wells oppisite of december but it as the true honesty that album carried. can't wait for the next release.








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