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Kid Chaos

Love in the Time of Scurvy

Vile Beat 5002

Released on August 29, 2000

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Kid Chaos hails from Denton, Texas. If you're down with the Murder City Devils or Rocket From the Crypt you'll dig the shit out of Kid Chaos.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Radio Revolution Voted #1  50%
2 Love in the Time of Scurvy Voted #2  11%
3 Hooker With a Heart of Gold  6%
4 Sonic Girl  0%
5 Kevin Nolan  0%
6 Bad Tattoo Voted #3  11%
7 Lee Vee the Cat  0%
8 Chupacabras  0%
9 Competition  0%
10 The Rat Pack  11%
11 Jerry Seinfeld  0%
12 Drink Up  0%
13 5 Million  0%
14 Answering Machine  11%
15 MVP  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 29 to vote for your favorite songs

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Joseph from Lafayette, LA 
May 18 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

If you're looking at this you probably already know who was in this band. There's an RFTC sound on some songs and a punk ska sound on the others. I prefer the ska songs. The ska songs sound like LTJ and the rest sound like the current band's first album with horns. It's nice to see they are still working with the guy that did the artwork for this release. He also plays on this record.

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