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It's Time To See Who's Who (Import)

Rhythm Vicar 27

Released on June 3, 2003

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Meat Means Murder  11%
2 No Island Of Dreams  6%
3 Great What? Voted #1  22%
4 The Guilty And The Glory Voted #2  17%
5 Overture  0%
6 Bullshit Broadcast  11%
7 One Nation Under The Bomb Voted #3  17%
8 Blind Attack (Part 2)  0%
9 Vietnam Serenade  6%
10 Blood Morons  0%
11 Exploitation  11%
12 Crazy Governments  0%
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Normalicia from Downey, CA 
Jan 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Stephen from Kenosha, WI 
Oct 25 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was the original debut album by Conflict. the other one (It's time to see who's who now) is basically a remake if you can say. Anyway, this is an okay album. their are some good songs but I think that Conflict was at their best around the Ungovernable Force through Conclusion. Even though these guys are smart, I think their least intelligent song on this album was crazy governments. for those who listen to the Exploited, it's like the songs Germs and Blown to bits because the song goes then stops while the track is still going on then you can hear Colin Jerwood yelling 1234 and a different songs goes on. then stops, then 1234, then goes again. you basically get the Idea. If your a new person to Conflict, start with albums like Increase the Pressure, The Ungovernable Force, any of the two albums with Steve Ignorant, then maybe get this. For people who already like Conflict, definetly get this album. Some times albums come and go (I'm sure this Rhythm Vicar version will be around for a while) but a lot of Conflict albums are disappearing for a ton of websites. get this just in case if it will eventually disappears. I found out that, on Conflict's website, they are going to reissue all of their albums. if you don't have any of their albums you might want to wait a bit because the ones that are out right now are kind of low volume, (sometimes CDs that are older don't sound as loud as they are either new or reissued.) this one doesn't do that but some of them are like that.

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Teven from Austin, TX 
Sep 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a good album but if you just getting into conflict id buy standard issue one first. this isnt nearly as good as their other stuff but this was their first album and for a first album its greta but not one of my favorites.

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Steven from Bayside, NY 
Dec 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

twas mad good son, i liked it a lot, ma bitches be puttin it on and grindin. yeeeeaaaaaa boooooyyyyyy

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Nick from Kamloops, BC Canada 
Aug 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The best way to describe this is early Conflict. Not as mind blowing and amazing as their later releases, but still great in itself. Newcomers should check out The Ungovernable Force, or Final Conflict first to see what all the racket is about.

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Kris from San Antonio, TX 
Jun 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I wasnt expecting an album to be this good. All of the songs have their own uniqueness to them, and this cd has an all punk sound and no metal bullshit. straight up punk. You have to own this cd, if you have any shred of dignity left in you. I can go on and on saying how this is THE definative punk album, but it will take my whole life to do that. ITS ONLY 10 BUCKS SO ITS PRACTICALLY A STEAL!

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Dave from Roselle, NJ 
Jan 28 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is Conflict's debut album & it's definitely one for any old school punk enthusiasts collection. If you don't know these guys are pretty big fans & friends of Crass & Crass' influence definitely shines through on this album along w/ a various Dead Kennedys & Subhumans feel. So if your into any of those above mentioned bands I would definitely reccomend this album. Definitely an anarcho-punk classic.

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