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F-Minus/Crack Rock Steady Seven

Split (Hand Numbered Limited Red Vinyl)

(Members Of Leftover Crack, Choking Victim)

Knife Or Death/Hellbent 4

Released on November 27, 2001

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This is a brand new 10 song EP features the Crack Rock Steady Seven and F-Minus. In case you don't know, the Crack Rock Steady Seven Is none other than the infamous Leftover Crack!('s a secret) Both bands offer up their own unique brand of socio-street punk insanity of which nobody can get enough of. This version is a super limited and hand numbered pressing of 1000 copies.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 13 reviews (See Below)
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Dr. Paulson from Oak Lawn, IL 
Nov 22 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The worst material from LOC (though still good), along with too little of F-Minus. This should just be essential to finish collections from either band.

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Mike from Las Vegas, NV 
Feb 20 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

first, i would like to say crs7 is great, as is f-minus. that being said, the title of this ep is "baby jesus sliced in the manger" now, im not religious but it wouldve been nice to know that was the title so i could brace myself from the ass-whoopin my moms gave me.

the vinyl comes handnumbered on blood red vinyl

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Apr 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Thank you satan for The Crack Rock Steady 7(*cough* Leftover *cough* Crack *cough*). Their side of the split was fucking crazy. I loved the intro with all the Mr. T samples. "Heroin or Suicide" and "So You Wanna Be a Cop" were outstanding songs. "Drug Song" and "Nobody is Free" are good, but not as good as the earlier 2 I mentioned. Their side was awesome.

The F-Minus side is cool, but the songs are too short. It only clocks at like, 5 minutes! "Love is Just a Tool" and "Swansong" are my favorites. "Forced Identity" and "No Sacrifice" are good songs too. "Born to Kill" is aite. Good split.

Mine wasnt on blood red vinyl,fucking bastards who press this record.

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Dan from Mosinee, WI 
Apr 3 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

pretty kick CRS7 side, but F-minus dosnt trip my trigger like others i guess, Theyeres just alittle bit more to CRS&, CV< and LOC, you know what i mean i think peopl understand what i speak of, F minus, is a good and well put to gether punk band i guess, but LOC is just alot more fun to listen to, and its a reguler think to, i dont get sick of anny of that Crack Rock Steady Beat shit yo, so yeah yeah yeah...have a good fuckin day, and kill cops.

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Bill from Brantford, ON Canada 
Mar 1 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing vinyl if you love both these bands. Great songs by both bands also. You can listen to it over and over again. I have to admit these are probably some of the best Crack Rock Steady songs out there. F-minus is definately always worth the money, always keeping shit real.

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James from Oakland, NJ 
Oct 9 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a great little record. Both F-Minus and the CRS7 blast away with some fast-as-shit hardcore that'll make your face explode. Warning: if your parents are evagelicals, they're gonna burn this record.

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Daniel from Mary Esther, FL 
Sep 19 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I got this on the 10" vinyl. The CRS7 side of this is pretty good if your into Leftover Crack. Heroin or Suicide is probably the best track of their side. The F-Minus side skips like crazy. I think there was a manufacturing error. I got 2 copy's of this and both skip on the F-Minus side. Blood red vinyl, limited to 1000 copy's. I have #181 now. Good for the few seconds of F-Minus you get on the vinyl. Get it on CD.

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Scott from Honolulu, HI 
Mar 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't know why I waited so long to get this. This finishes up my Crack Rock Steady collection. I got this on blood red vinyl. It's also hand numbered. I got 501/1000. Fuck! I love hand numbered vinyl. So everyone should hurry up and buy all of these so that they can go outta print. The Crack Rock Steady 7 songs are fucking great. Very LOC type songs. There is not a whole lot of ska on this, not a bad thing though. It seems that in the breakdown of a couple of songs, the ska chords were cut out, leaving the crack rock steady beat behind it with fucking awesome bass lines. Pretty fucking cool.

I can't say anything about the F-Minus songs because I was too lazy to turn the record over and listen to them, although F-Minus is pretty awesome.

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Spencer from Orleans, ON Canada 
Aug 30 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well both sides of this are great, but Id have to say the CRS7 side is better. Get this for its collectibility, its colour, to offend your parents, the Middle Class cover by F-Minus, my favourite track "Heroin or Suicide", or jsut if you are a fan of punk rock, or C squat bands in general.

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Ryan from Burnaby, BC Canada 
Jun 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Leftover Crack's....oh wait, i mean Crack Rock Steady Seven's song were awsome. Fast paced hardcore with catchy beats, but F-minus's songs were only like 1 min. each and i really couldnt tell the difference between them that much. So that kinda sucked. I got mine on blood red vinyl, so thats cool. Plus i heard that interpunk only has like 6 of these bad boy vinyl's left, so get yours before..well, there gone.

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