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Pinhead Circus

Live At Last

Soda Jerk 19

Released on September 3, 2002

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A document of the final blaze of fire from this beloved Colorado hardcore band who called it quits after ten years in the trenches. Recorded live in Boulder May 25th, 2002 on a 16-track machine, the album features twenty-four tracks of raging PINHEAD CIRCUS punk. Includes special appearances by various ex-band members, as well as the on-stage marriage proposal by bass player TREVOR to his long-time girlfriend COLLETTE.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Clueless  0%
2 Jack Knife Powerbomb  0%
3 Asking For A Beating  0%
4 Paper Thin  0%
5 Say Goodnight  0%
6 Six Down  0%
7 Raise 'Em Up Toss 'Em Back  0%
8 Hallmark  0%
9 Detailed Instructions For The Self Involved  0%
10 Three Feet Down  0%
11 Open Casket Life  0%
12 Satisfaction Simply Knowing  0%
13 Retinally Challenged  0%
14 I'll Die Soon And It Will be All Over  0%
15 Carefree Metal Daze  0%
16 No Boundaries, No Regrets  0%
17 Dropping Anvils  0%
18 Frat Rock A Go-Go  0%
19 Walkin' On Sunshine  0%
20 Prozac Girl  0%
21 The Big Wedding Proposal  0%
22 Wyoming  0%
23 Clear A Path  0%
24 Gone Again  0%
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Linda from Bristol, TN 
Dec 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's fucking amazing how underrated this band is. It must be Colorado; people seem to have a problem recognizing the great bands that the state produces. I mean c'mon: Pinhead Circus, The Gamits, The Fairlanes, The Nobodys. And those are just the bands I can remember off the top of my head. If the Columbine kids were listening to Pinhead Circus and the like, maybe they just would've come to school that day, picked a fight with everyone they hated, gotten their asses kicked, quit school, and then started a punk band. There are worse things. Anyway, I fucking LOVE Pinhead Circus (not to be confused with Pinhead Gunpowder, who I only LIKE). I think the Circus made a terrible decision to quit, but it was their decision to make. Maybe they got tired of being around but never getting the Punk Rock respect that they deserve. Maybe they got tired of all the "cool" kids not even knowing who they are. Maybe they just got tired. Who knows? Not me. And, in the long run, it doesn't matter. They are gone. But they will never be forgotten.

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