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Keep The Corpses Quiet

(Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards, Transplants)

TKO 49

Released on September 12, 2000


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The boys are sticking to their guns on this one, hitting you with a barrage of street anthems that hearken back to the '82 era of UK Punk. Think G.B.H. meets THE PARTISANS... Leather, bristles and acne!!!!!!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Who Blames You  0%
2 Forced To Believe  0%
3 Silent Weapons  0%
4 Air Raid  0%
5 Revolutionary  0%
6 Genocide  0%
7 No System  0%
8 Outsider  0%
9 Condemned  0%
10 Get Out  0%
11 Nothing To Lose  0%
12 Keep The Corpses Quiet  0%
13 No More Youth  0%
14 The Corps  0%
15 Ain't Gonna Lose The War  0%
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Rick from York, SC 
Sep 10 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Very good, high energy streetpunk. The album's short as hell, but every song's good. This one's definately worth picking up.

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Dean from Colchester, CT 
Sep 6 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

amazing album. good street punk. gordy is definately one of my favorite singers. they rule live, too. when i saw them open for the unseen, they had no drummer so mark had to play a few songs. the most insane 10 minutes of my life. they even played fucking astro zombies! anyways, the best songs are definately forced to believe and silent weapons. buy this now!

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Alex from Norwalk, CA 
May 21 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

why so many good comments ? i like everything from oi! and streetpunk to crust and grindcore and i hate this fucking album it sucks its repetitve its not hard at all i hate the vocals and its not even streetpunk if you like shit like lars and the bastards ,rancid and faggoty bands...go for it but if you hate those bands i dont reccomend this shit at all

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Jen from Champaign, IL 
Jun 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is great. Its short, but it works. The Forgotten are IN YOUR FACE, and I swear, you can just hear the energy on the album. I really like AIR RAID. The crazy guitar riffs fuckin blow me away. BUY THIS CD. You will not be disappointed.

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Mike from Delran, NJ 
May 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The forgotten is awesome. i have been listening to them for about a month now but this is the first cd i got from them. i plan on buying more cds from them. this cd is worth it but its pretty short. my fav songs are silent weapons,who blames you, and condemned. buy this cd now

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Bill from Chicago, IL 
Mar 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Short, sweet, and to the point. 27 minutes and 26 seconds of no bullshit punk rock. No surprise that BYO snapped these guys up after this album. I'll tell ya, these boys are going places, and I'll enjoy watching and listening the whole way.

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Jason from Everett, WA 
Jan 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album rocks! Rockin hardcore street punk for your ass! This band kinda sounds like One Man Army but a lot more hardcore. All the songs are great on this album with a raw guitar sound. Turn this one up loud on your stereo and you won't be disapointed at all. I give it five stars all the way!

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Maggie from Philomath, OR 
Dec 28 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hey Triston! Wouldn't you say this cd was DAMN GOOD? Okay then. We'll go with MOTHEFUCKING DAMN GOOD. Yes, you're welcome. ;)

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Anthony from Melbourne, FL 
Jan 29 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say this cd fucking rocks. The Forgotten should be remembered for this great album. Great songs like Revolutionary and Nothing To Lose make this cd worth buying. You have to buy this cd if you like hard shit.

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Dave from Plymouth Meeting, PA 
Dec 21 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is world class streetpunk here, right up there with The Unseen. Every single song is strong, anthemic, and dripping with remnants of 80s english punk heroism. These guys sound like they have taken graduate classes in GBH-ology. No offense to the Beltones, Bodies, or Workin Stiffs, but this is the best TKO has to offer. I cannot wait to hear more from them. Easily in my top 10 of the year.

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