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United Nations

Nevermind The Bombings Here's Your Six Figures (Colored Vinyl)

Deathwish 80

Released on June 24, 2014


Vinyl includes MP3 download card

2010 brings the release of "Never Mind The Bombings, Here's Your Six Figures," the second alleged release from United Nations. "Never Mind..." is a spastic and violent four-song explosion that brings to mind the bygone days of the mid-1990's screamo sub-genre. A poignant musical missile meant to sink today's safe and predictable musical establishment. 7" includes digital download.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Pity Animal  0%
2 O You Bright & Risen Angels  0%
3 Communication Letdown  0%
4 Nevermind The Bombings Here's Your Six Figures  0%
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Dave from Hamilton, Canada 
Dec 10 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy shit this was waaaay better than I expected! It's got some amazing musicians from Thursday, Glassjaw and The Number Twelve Looks Like You ... but it doesn't really sound like any of those bands. Think Neil Perry and Joshua Fit For Battle (real screamo acts from the early 00s) and you're on the right track. 4 songs of craziness with melody at the same time. Communication Letdown is by far the best track, but all 4 songs are awesome.

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