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Burning The Bandwagon

Fui Style 2

Released on February 28, 2004


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In February 2004, The Superspecs completed and independently released their highly anticipated full-length record entitled, "Burning The Bandwagon.” The 11-track effort, includes the widely popular songs "More Emo Than Thou," "Take Me Down," "Taste The Blade,” and a kick ass cover of Journey's "Seperate Ways".

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 More Emo Than Thou  0%
2 Take Me Down  0%
3 Taste The Blade  0%
4 Kate Is Better  0%
5 When Pigs Fly  0%
6 Emotional  0%
7 Listen Up  0%
8 Robots In Disguise  0%
9 Seperate Ways (journey Cover)  0%
10 Sobbing  0%
11 My Darkest Midnight  0%
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Donald from Glen Gardner, NJ 
Mar 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty good cd good nj ska band if you heard them then get this if not get more emo than thou its better

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