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Army Of Ponch

Vs. The Curse

Sabot 3

Released on August 26, 2003

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The latest from Gainesville's hardworking, CHiP-loving punk rock hellcats ARMY OF PONCH. Three new tracks of loud-as-fuck smash.

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Timothy from Tempe, AZ 
Oct 26 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Please ignore the other review someone wrote for this record, anyone who isn't sure that the Rolling Stones wrote you can't always get what you want, or buys a record from a label thinking it's going to sound like another band on that label is retarded. AOP was an awesome band, and this 7" is great. Guitars are awesome, songwriting is great, go pick up their full length as well...










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