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Redd Kross

Born Innocent

Frontier 31018

Released on July 2, 2002


Junque-rock icons Redd Kross re-release an early milestone. The formative years between their punk phase and their ABBA phase. Any TV culture is fair game from Charlie to Linda Blair...You'll never be able to hear again!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Linda Blair  10%
2 White Trash  3%
3 Everyday Theres Someone New  3%
4 Solid Gold  0%
5 Burn Out  7%
6 Charlie  10%
7 Tatum O Tot And The Fried Vegetables  0%
8 St Lita Ford Blues  0%
9 Self Respect  0%
10 Pseudo Intellectual  0%
11 Kill Someone You Hate Voted #2  17%
12 Look On Up At The Bottom Voted #3  17%
13 Cellulite City  0%
14 Im Alright  13%
15 Cease To Exist  0%
16 Notes And Chords Mean Nothing To Me Voted #1  20%
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Pablo from Carrollton, TX 
May 31 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

whoa! this album is more than excelent its probably one of my favorites of all time this is the red cross from which the earlier lineups consisted of ron reyes(yeah, chavo) and dez cadena, both of black flag(singers). the two guys in red cross jeff and steve were so young at first i thought a girl was singing but it was jeff cus he was so young. this album is worth getting even if your slightly thinking about considering it. my best descripition would be old hxc mixed with some kind of weird south new orleansish bourban style thing going on but that makes it perfect. redd kross eventually went on to become some underground pop band, i havent looked into any of that stuff...yet..maybe...but this is supposed to be redd kross hardcore at their prime

st lita ford blues, kill someone you hate, and the charles manson cover best songs but its all good

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