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Jerry's Kids

Kill Kill Kill

Taang! 27

Released on May 15, 1989



A reissue of the 1989 Kill Kill Kill album released after the band re-united in 1987 following a two-year hiatus. Thirteen tracks of metallic hardcore destruction.

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Average Customer Rating: 2.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Justin from Murrieta, CA 
Mar 13 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This is when they started getting a little metal sound into their music...I personally dont like this cd at all, if your like me and like the more faster/punk sounding/original hardcore type stuff like on is this my world and this is boston not l.a., i wouldnt get this.

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Bilal from Baton Rouge, LA 
Jul 20 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This band shouldn't have waited so long for a second release. That being said, this definitely doesn't hold a candle to "Is This My World?" or the tracks from the "Boston, Not L.A." comp. Less energy than the first release and no lyrics to boot. This really only has a few songs that I'll skip to when I need a fix from something than the previous releases. If you're a collector nerd, you can wait on this purchase.

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