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Ha Ha

Go Kart 89

Released on August 6, 2002


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One of the most uncompromising ands in the world. GBH originally formed in 1979 in Birmingham, England, initially known as "Charged GBH", to avoid confusion with a band similarly named, later dropping the prefix after it was discovered no other band existed. Their first album "City Baby Attacked By Rats" was released in 1982 to critical acclaim and it's follow up, "City Baby's Revenge" released in 1983 fortified the typical GBH sound - noisy and distored hardcore punk rock. 2002 sees the release of GBH's new album "Ha Ha" as their best in years.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Ha Ha Voted #3  12%
2 Falling Down  8%
3 Crush 'Em Voted #1  31%
4 I Want To Believe  4%
5 Song For Cathy  11%
6 Sado Methodist  5%
7 The Unexpected  0%
8 Belgrade  1%
9 The Power Of One  4%
10 Dustbin Rock 'N' Roll  1%
11 The Desire Of Poverty  5%
12 Superhighway Robbery  0%
13 Flyin' High  0%
14 Zeal Of A Convert  0%
15 Choice  0%
16 Discover The Treatment  1%
17 Punk Rock Ambulance Voted #2  18%
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Joseph from Silt, CO 
Sep 22 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I love GBH but this sucks. All like poppy and produced sounding. Their older stuff is flat out some of the best punk of all time if not the best but this is just bad. I hate to think their are young clueless kids out there who are trying to get into punk and might have this as their impression of GBH. Its scary. I saw them live the other night and they played a couple of songs off of here. It wasnt really horrible but just nothing compared to their older stuff. So please dont buy this especially if you have never heard GBH for some strange reason. But definately buy some of their older stuff like City Baby attacked... Leather,Bristles,Studs... etc because that music is what punk is all about.

They still play an incredible live show. Its fuckin amazing just like the old days. (before I was around!)

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Emmanuel from El Centro, CA 
Sep 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i was running out of time with this so i thought i'd write. This record was great, good songs were: haha, crush em, and punk rock ambulance. but the whole cd is good overall.

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Harriet from Danielsville, GA 
Jul 14 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This cd was crap. It sounds nothing like old gbh.This cd has some of the worst lyrics i have ever hread. And it just sounds really pop-punk. Don't take me wrong old gbh is awsome if you wana hear good gbh buy city baby attacked by rats or leather, bristles, studs, and acne. I dont know what the fuck they were thinking when they made this musical sack of shit. Don,t listen the other reviews of this cd it sucks. Whatever you do don't buy it.

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Jason from Everett, WA 
Jun 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Man this album rips! Another bad ass album from punk legends GBH. I would say this is one of my favorite albums by GBH now. It has a raw powerful sound to it that just grabs you and slams you down. This also is a very rockin album to skateboard too. I would for sure pick this one up because you cant go wrong with these legends. I give it a very solid 5 stars.

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Steve from Abington, PA 
Jun 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

classic a must have for punks all over.espestialy if your a fan of gbh's earlyer stuff.this is a very inspiering cd for musicians also.the vocals are is guitar,simple yet well put together.a load of punk goodness(some songs are harder than others).i can see this in the punk hall of fame for a while(clash step down here comes gbh...5 stars*****

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Nevin from Atascadero, CA 
Apr 6 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is really good. It had a lot of variety in the songs while still keeping them good. This is a rad band that has been going strong for over 20 years. I highly advise you to pick this up, along with City Babies Attacked By Rats.

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Bear from Alexandria, VA 
Dec 31 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Who's ass got kicked? YOURS! only if you buy this cd. These guys are legendary and this album shows you why. And their still around today showing you how punk fuckin rock they still are! so buy this before i fuckin fuck you up, you fuckin fuck.

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