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Kings Of Nuthin'/Briggs


Disaster 9026

Released on March 2, 2004

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This is Disaster's first SPLIT SINGLE, pairing two previously UNRELEASED TRACKS by two of our coolest bands: Boston's KINGS OF NUTHIN', and LA's THE BRIGGS.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Matt from Burlington, VT 
May 15 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this 7 inch is quite good. 2 unreleased covers from the kings, and an unreleased song from the briggs. if you like either band, youl like this.

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Brandon from Santa Cruz, CA 
Apr 2 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Kings of Nuthin' can burn in hell with their Mytee Mytee Bostins bull shit pop punk ska. This is the kind of crap where some friends got a band going, and the other friends wanted to join, so they were like hey Tom, play this trumpet, or hey DIck, dance around like a dick like the MMB and Aquabats have. What they should of done was made their extra bullshit members slaves like Gwar has, so at least one could of felt some justice by the fact that half of the guys would be running around like fuck heads while the other members raped them in the face with 3 foot dicks. On a brighter note, the Briggs ain't shabby. In fact, they rock the cock. However, with this split, I have to listen to my "Numbers" cd to remember why I bought this thing in the first place. First off, this is a 45, so their is only 2 songs for the shitty Kings of Nuthin' (Which I interpret literally) and 1 song for The Briggs. Now this one song is from the "Numbers" recording session, so the quality is top noch, but there is a reason why this track didn't make it on the cd. We will leave it at that since I love the band and I don't want to rip em apart. In addition, Disaster has this tendency to release shitty 7inchs (and in this case a 45) that not only have crappy tracks on them, but the packaging is lame. If this record was a farm animal, it would be a ugly pig that the farmer would make you fuck in the face at gun point. In other words, you feel ripped off and used after you purchase it. Its simply the cover, with the ugly rock cocks on the one side, and some mediocre photo of the Briggs on the other (with no bass player I might add since at the time of the photo Duck, their original bass player had quit, and they had just kicked the horrible stand in out.) The record comes on piss yellow wax, which makes it easy to re-sell after you let out your frustrations with a stream of satisfaction all over this record. Buy it if your a Briggs fan. Otherwise, write to Duane and tell him to put out records worth the 4 bucks.

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