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Los Reactors

Dead In The Suburbs

Ripoff 66

Released on September 7, 2004

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Video Track  0%
2 Dead In The Suburbs Voted #1  33%
3 Laboratory Baby  8%
4 Pregant Girls  0%
5 Culture Shock  8%
6 Shake Down  0%
7 Be A Zombie Voted #2  25%
8 Get Out  0%
9 Just Another Unit  0%
10 You Move Me  0%
11 Dying Persian Monarch Voted #3  25%
12 Mr. Hearst We Have Your Daughter  0%
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Michael from North Royalton, OH 
Oct 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fuckin GrRRR8! It's like the Damned meets TSOL. The Organ rips. Some bonus videos from the 80's which is rad. All together it is a gnarly record album from Tulsa's Los Reactors.










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