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Public Serpents

The Feeding Of The Fortune 5000

(Choking Victim, IN-DK, American Distress)

Tent City 11

Released on June 3, 2008


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Public Serpents slithers out with their debut on Tent City Records. Features Skwert from Choking Victim, IN-DK and American Distress. 14 Tracks of delusional and schizophrenic chatter to crochet' to!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Great Big Nothing Voted #1  18%
2 Hated By A Nation Voted #2  17%
3 Dummy  0%
4 Serpents Eye Voted #3  13%
5 Driller Killer  5%
6 Suburban Dreams  5%
7 One Sided Objection  5%
8 Effigies Of Life  7%
9 The Killing Jar  8%
10 Death Of A Revolutionary  0%
11 Today  13%
12 Seeing Double  2%
13 I Attest  5%
14 The Feeding Of The Fortune 5000  2%
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John from Plymouth Meetin, PA 
Jun 28 2017 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good. Too many tunes, though -- they should have probably left off three or four tracks. Favourite songs are "The Great Big Nothing" (open tracks usually rock), "The Killing Jar" (great melody), and "Today" (love that riff).

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Dan from Wausau, WI 
Dec 4 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is just one of my favorite records in general. I don't think i have to say much about the record, its multi genre dirty and fun as fuck. The record has left my CD player of my van, for a couple weeks now, so yeah... Buy it if your into the whole indk, choking v, and whatnot. beware, none of the songs sound the same, and it will make your drive time ca-mute much better. 4.5 stars, just cuz i wish it came on vinyl!

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Tim from Harvard, IL 
Mar 27 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

awesome album, i've been listening to alot of the crackrocksteady bands (CV, LOC, INDK, MG, etc...) for years and this is one of the catchiest albums i've picked up next to choking victims "no gods, no managers". the whole album flows so well, it jumps around from punk, ska, reggae, techno/hip hop (fet. mc devlin from mad conductor), to little bits of metal. don't hesitate, pick this up now! (if you like this, pick up skwerts other band Piss Shit Fuck)

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Chris from Bristol, United Kingdom 
Mar 4 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Skwert is insane. Gloriously, wonderfully off his rocker. You can tell just listening to this bipolar disorder condition of an album. It's hardcore punk, techno, rap, crack rocksteady at it's most mental. I wouldn't reccomend listening to it if you're the closeminded type that thinks that anything that isn't hardcore punk sucks because there's loads of different influences on here, it's one of those brilliant pieces of work that defies genre, classification and expectation. Skwert's vocals careers over the place from jabbering yells to melodic wailing to throaty growls. The instrumentation is intense, moving beyond basic guitar/bass/drums there's horns, synths, I think I heard a glockenspiel at one point. If that sounds like it's your bag then buy it, if it isn't then don't come complaining ta me!

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Gorge from Goshen, IN 
Nov 9 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD kicks ass, even with the rap song in it. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a CD with a good dose of hardcore, ska, and some techno-ish punk almost like the band intro5pect. Im looking forward to more releases from this kick*ss band

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Thor from Osage, MN 
Aug 12 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

skwert is an interesting fellow. this is really good, but theres some shit on here that sounds like an autistic pidgeon could do better. mainly the "rap" sounding songs. i enjoy alot of rap even, and it's just stupid. but when they rock out it's pretty bad ass. buy this with Evil Empire's record, they go hand in hand.

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Pat from West St. Paul, MN 
Jun 22 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is great ska/punk like noted below. I won't get into specifics since I did that on another website. It was hard for me to participate in the poll of favorite songs (if that implies something) but (as it sits now) I chose Hated By A Nation, Seeing Double and Serpents Eye. All songs are worthy of praise. Whether it's vocals, lyrics or the music. Sometimes in certain cases, certain songs shine in all three of those important areas. Check out these dudes. Seriously!!! It's the crack rock steadiest, you junkie bitches.

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Alex from Massillon, OH 
Jun 21 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, I was sort of nervous when I bought the CD and a day later saw the review under mine saying that the album is complete shit. Well, I thought it was excellent. Its not too much like Choking Victim, its still ska and punk rock. Hell, even some electronica shit like Intro5pect. But there is only one song like that. I have had the CD for a week and here are my tallied listens. Great Big Nothing-65 Hated By a Nation-146 Dummy-53 Serpent's Eye-65 Driller Killer-34 Suburban Dreams-31 One Sided Objection-35 Effigies of Life-46 Killing Jar-33 Death of a Revolution-34 Today-71 Seeing Double-37 I attest-32 Feeding of the Fortunate 5000-30 Overall an AMAZING CD. Definitely worth the $9.50. Great ska punk right here. If you don't buy, you are missing outttt.

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Glen from Columbia, MO 
Jun 11 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

man i was really disapointed with this cd only 2 decent songs on the entire cd , the rest of the songs sucked i, expected it to sound as well as INDK, morning glory,and leftover crack, this cd comes nowhere close to sound as good as those bands, id pass on this cd:( i recommend grimple or the disenchanted cd's there way better than this cd:(

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