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A Global Threat

Earache/Pass The Time

Rodent Popsicle 63

Released on March 3, 2003


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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Earache Voted #3  17%
2 Social Quarantine  0%
3 Get In The Coffin  0%
4 Pass The Time  0%
5 Tuff Crowd Voted #2  33%
6 Cardinal Sin Voted #1  50%
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Kevin from Santa Ana, CA 
Mar 28 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fucking amazing. A much higher step than Here We Are. Proves that they didn't need Mark Unseen to be remain best Street Punk band. If only this was an album.

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Travis Roberson from Winter Garden, FL 
Dec 29 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is my second favorite AGT release, right next to their last album, Where The Sun Never Sets. A lot of people prefer the era of A Global Threat when Mark Unseen was in the band, but I think the band grew so much music and lyrical wise post-Mark Unseen. This is a great 7" and is definitely some of A Global Threat's best material. The only song that really falls a tad bit short on this in my opinion is Social Quarantine. Don't get me wrong, it's a great song, it just doesn't hold up as good as the the other five songs on the record. I definitely recommend getting this record, it's one of my favorite records of all time.

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Allan from Katy, TX 
Jan 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great album! I personally like their new stuff better than their old stuff. They don't just keep the same sound every album which is good. And to the kid who said the bass pedal is off beat, you need to really learn how drums are played.

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Zac from Durham, NC 
Mar 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A Global Threat kicks ass and this 7 inch is just as good as In The Red. AGT is just a great punk band. This is fuckn true punk. Raise your fist and sing along.

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Emmanuel from El Centro, CA 
Oct 30 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Songs are good, its better with mark unseen though. Earache is the best song on here. its a good 7". get until we die, its still the best.

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Brock from Logan, UT 
Mar 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy Shit!!! I was absolutely blown away by this. AGT has been my favorite band for years and they're the only band that gets better with every album. Lets face it, the Unseen's and The Casualties' latest were shitty compared to their old stuff. This is such a different sounding kind of punk rock. The lyrics and the sound are incredible. Any fan of AGT or REAL punk rock HAS to get this. Oh yeah, and fuck all of you dummies who think the band went shit when Mark Unseen left. AGT was a lot different then but Mark had nothing to do with the bands music when he was in it, he provided half the vocals and maybe the lyrics to a few songs, that's it.So anyway, a fucking masterpiece.

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Sara from Port St. Lucie, FL 
Jan 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This record is kick ass. The best one on there is social quarantine and cardinal sin. all in all its a great record. so buy it if your into ATG and punk.

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William from Charlottesville, VA 
May 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Totally sweet, this is the best release from AGT since mark left the band. They really redeemed themselves with this one/

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