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Destroy To Create

Stomp 47

Released on September 13, 2005

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THE FLATLINERS, although just out of high school, have been ripping up the ska-punk scene since 2002 with their own brand of Skunk Rawk. Their sound is best described as two-tone ska mixed with brain hemorrhaging punk rock, to make one lethal dose of in-your-face fun music. With three releases under their belts, including an early demo, a four-way split combining the extremes of Toronto ska-punk, and the long awaited full length ("Destroy to Create"), THE FLATLINERS have proven to be one of the most prolific bands to come out the Toronto punk scene.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Fred's Got Slacks Voted #1  29%
3 There's A Problem Voted #3  9%
4 Public Service Announcement  6%
5 Bad News  9%
6 My Hands Are Tied  2%
7 Gullible  4%
8 Scum Punch  6%
9 I Am Abandoned  6%
10 Macoretta Boozer  8%
11 Broken Bones  5%
12 Quality Television  4%
13 Do Or Die Voted #2  13%
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Andrew from Lock Haven, PA 
Mar 7 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is very fast paced awesome and yet slightly aggresive mix of the true definition of what punk should be! Amazing vocals as well. Just go listen to the mp3 clip and tell me it dont rock your socks off. Peace Love and Unity~ Andy-Riot

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Daniel from Stuart, VA 
Aug 28 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I fuking love love love this cd! All the songs make me wont to smash my head into a wall...skank all jump up and down...all night long. Buy this now!

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Marilyn from Portland, OR 
Mar 12 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It is amazing that they made this when they were only 16. There are no bad songs, but only a few songs that really stick out. "Fred's Got Slacks", "Bad News", "Broken Bones", and "Do Or Die" were the main songs that stuck out to me. It is still a very good album and those songs alone are worth buying the album.

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Dr. Paulson from Oak Lawn, IL 
Jan 2 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Very good ska/punk in the vein of The Suicide Machines, Against All Authority and maybe just a tad bit like Leftover Crack.

I've loved this album for a while, and was then disappointed by their new one, "The Great Awake", but over the months I'v come to like "The Great Awake" even more than this one.

Songs really are a bit too long.

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
May 10 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Some of the songs are just too damn long. Some of them aren't as memorable as others. It's not a bad album but it didn't live up to my expectations.

If you want a slower, and dead, version of these guys check out Stray Bullets. It's a pretty good comparison on sounds.

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Carter from Morrisville, NC 
Dec 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

best Flatliners album ever. Pretty much the only good one. other than safe side suicide. but tis amazing.

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Matt from St. Mary's City, MD 
Sep 29 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I wish i could give this more stars because it is so fucking good. I have been hoping for someone to come along and shake the scene and this is the band to do it. Ska has fallen into such drollery and utter crap. The Flatliners put some life back into ska. "Fred's Got Slacks," "Scum Punch," "Bad News," so many good songs. The whole album is great and i think anyone who is looking for something new and fan-fucking-tastic should pick this up.

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Brian from Honolulu, HI 
Sep 13 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This band is fuckign amazing..... i really wish they weren't from some weird country like canada so i could see more of them .... haha jokin but this cd will blow you away if you like skacore goodness

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Patti from Norfolk, MA 
Jul 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

dan not patti, this cd is amazing, one of my favorite ska/punk albums. if your a fan of ska/punk at all you need to buy this .'freds got slacks' is amazing. buy this now.

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Arnaud from Paris, France 
Mar 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's just a great ska punk CD. Nothing more to say............................................ if you like bands like Suicide Machines get this one!

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