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Rebel Spell

Days Of Rage

Clandestine Collective 2

Released on May 30, 2005

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The second DIY release for The Rebel Spell. 10 more socio-political street punk anthems. Enhanced CD with video culled from live footage.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bring 'em In  11%
2 Rebels Sing  11%
3 Hacksaw  0%
4 December 8th, 1980 Voted #1  28%
5 Sullied Graves Voted #2  17%
6 The Strikers  3%
7 I Was There  8%
8 4:30 Am Voted #3  14%
9 Truth Crew  0%
10 Sit With Me Anger  8%
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Angela from Galway, Ireland 
Aug 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is Mike not Angela, This is such an amazing record. The Rebel Spell's sound is basically fast, catchy as hell and pissed but still with clear sounding passionate vocals with some of the best lyrics i've ever read. You can tell they really take alot of pride in their lyrics and their message but without sounding preachy or compromising a great song with plenty of hooks and great female/male backing vocals giving every song a great Gang Chorus feel. Sincerely get this record and then get " Expression in Laymens Terms" which is as great as this one. I love this album and this band. Whatta' band. Order it now then check them out when their touring. Sadly I live in Ireland and they haven't made it out here yet. Get it quick.

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