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12 Step Rebels

Go Go Graveyard Rockin'

Dead Body Wreckerds 1

Released on October 5, 2004

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The debut release on this new label co-founded by GEOFF KRESGE of TIGER ARMY, and the debut full-length from up-and-coming psychobilly grave robbers 12 STEP REBELS. Twelve tracks of wild, energetic, and thumping, B-movie, p-billy ghoulishness. Produced by Kresge.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hunt Of The Unnamed Voted #3  12%
2 Rebel Rock  4%
3 Skinwalkers Voted #1  21%
4 Sometimes They Roam  4%
5 The Ballad Of Frankenstein's Monster  12%
6 Graveyard Rockin'  8%
7 Banshee's Wail Voted #2  13%
8 2000 Years  7%
9 The Hair Song  4%
10 Creatures Of The Night  6%
11 On Cobblestones  3%
12 Curse Of The Pentagram  5%
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Cody from Burnaby, BC Canada 
Oct 27 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

have to say that i was a wee bit dissapointed with this album. ive read that the slap bass was going to be super loud... it wasnt that loud.. :( . the bass playing is good though. the guitar playing is descent, the drums are good, the vocals are alright. im being a little harsh on the album. it'll deffinently get played in my stereo and my iPod, but it wont be played as frequently as bands like the Frantic Flintstones or Mad Sin.

these guys are 100% American Psychobilly.

my favorite songs are: Sometimes They Roam, 2000 Years, Ballad Of Frankensteins Monster

i recommend this album to anyone who is just starting to get into psychobilly music.

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Greg from Fall River, MA 
Dec 4 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this band is ok. nothing great. nothing bad just ok. i wasnt completly impressed by this band. nothing really stood out

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Viktoria from Henderson, NV 
Apr 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

To be honest, when I first heard of this band, I went onto amazon and listened to some clips. They didn't sound very special to me, and I think they clipped the worst parts of songs. Anyhow, I later downloaded some full version and I came to like them very much. So, I guess they sort of grew on me. They do remind me of AFI, but I think these guys may even be more talented. This is definitely a great cd, and not a track I don't like.

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Steven from York, PA 
Nov 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is possibly one of my favorite psychobilly bands. It sounds like old Tiger Army, except more psycho. The slap bass is extremely loud, which is even better. There's also an extremely funny extra song if you wait a little bit after Curse of the Pentagram. The best songs are Skinwalkers, Creatures of the Night, On Cobblestones, The Hair Song and Curse of the Pentagram. All of the songs are good though.

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Patti from Norfolk, MA 
Nov 5 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Dan not Patti, this is an amazing cd. these guys have quickly become one of my favorite psychobilly bands. the vocals are amazing as well as the stand up bass. kind of reminds me of some of tiger army's old stuff. so buy this while it is still in stock you wont be dissapointed.

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Scott from West Jordan, UT 
Oct 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great psycho CD. These guys remind me of a hybrid Tiger Army/Mad Sin combination. Jakob Insane sounds a lot like Nick 13, although lyrically and musically they take on a more European psychobilly approach. If you liked Ghost Tigers Rise more than Tiger Army's s/t, I wouldn't necessarily recommend it. However, if you liked the s/t and tend to like your psychobilly more hard-hitting, go for it. This CD really kicks ass.

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