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Dead Things

...Because Sometimes You Just Want To Ride Your Bike To The Show...

Slave Audio 2

Released on December 17, 2002

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Punk rock is folk music, and the mountains of North Carolina could never produce a more righteous example. Think Dillinger Four w/ simulatenous male/female vocals and a southern twang. Big guitars and bicycles get this band from town to town, and you'll love their East Bay meets Deep South punk sound. Ex-members of Astrid Oto and Pink Collar Jobs.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Epic Of Reckless Treason And Drunken Debauchery  0%
2 Cold Houses  0%
3 Carolina's Burning Voted #3  13%
4 Holiday Lynn  0%
5 Boone, Nc Voted #2  17%
6 Apology  8%
7 Shovel Fight  8%
8 Accumulation Is Our Salvation Voted #1  21%
9 Dirty South  13%
10 Bike Lane  4%
11 Dean's List  8%
12 Lemmy Rides A Bmx  4%
13 Killing In 3rd Person  4%
14 Consensus?  0%
15 Dedication To Those Who've Given Up  0%
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Jared from West Lafayette, IN 
Dec 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow, this album is helluv good. I dont listen to pop punk much which this kind of is but it is pretty much its own category. I think it rules, this coming from a guy who mainly listens to wasted youth, 7seconds, ill repute, ect... I first heard the song holiday lynn on maximumrocknroll radio and fell in love with it, i got this and crass feeding the 5000 at the same time and i'm still not shure which i like better.

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