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Templars/Stomper 98/Vortex

ISP Connection Split

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Rollin from Brookfield, WI 
Oct 2 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I Love This Album... Some Templars fans may not, why you ask. Simple I say, it is not a Templars record. It is the Templars playing with German bands. So alot of the songs are in German, Carl Templar does not sing all the songs, and there is a lot of saxophone on the albu. That would be the because a fair amount of German and French Oi! music has saxophone in it. One last point alot of the songs are covers, now these covers are done very well and with the added melody and saxophone it sounds great. If you are a fan of European Oi! music and music with a Ska feel to it check it out. If you like this also check out Stomper 98, it is a must.










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