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Pure Hell

Noise Addiction

Welfare 19

Released on October 23, 2007

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Long overdue second pressing of this amazing unreleased album from 1978! One of the Best Punk albums ever!!!

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Noise Addiction  0%
2 Hard Action  0%
3 Lame Brain  0%
4 I Feel Bad  0%
5 Wild One  0%
6 Rot In The Doghouse  0%
7 No Rules  0%
8 Thrillers Of Oz  0%
9 Spoiled Sport  0%
10 Courageous Cat  0%
11 These Boots Are Made For Walking  0%
12 American  0%
13 The Girl With The Hungry Eyes  0%
14 I Want Your Body  0%
15 Future  0%
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Grant from Lincoln, NB Canada 
Aug 8 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A lotta great bands from back in the day slipped through the cracks. Pure Hell is definitely one of those bands. The bulk of the tracks come off like a faster, harder New York Dolls(though the solos sometimes tend to run a little long). About a third of this album is killer material, there's a couple stinkers, and the rest fall in the "pretty good" category. Still, at a time when punk didn't have many rules, Pure Hell must've been one helluva band to see live.

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