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Good Riddance/Reliance

Split

Little Deputy 7015

Released on January 11, 1996

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The Little Deputy Veterans, Good Riddance, are back and teamed up with the hottest new hardcore band from Sant Cruz. Both do two exclusive originals and it comes in a special half back sleeve.

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Greg from Suffield, CT 
Aug 18 2000 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This split 7" with Good Riddance and Reliance is a must have! Good Riddance hits you with 2 adrenaline-filled songs, "Remember When" and "Flawed". For those Good Riddance fans who enjoy Good Riddance's stuff prior to "Ballads from the Revolution" then you will eat this up. It strays from GR's latest hardcore frenzy, it's more melodic and laid back -- but still kicks some butt. For the first time hearing Reliance, I was impressed! Their songs "Apathy" and "Enemy" mix punk and hardcore with two different singers, you get a great combo. For a little over $3, you really can't go wrong with this 7"!










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