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Main Street Saints

Everyone Wants to Go to Heaven

GMM 150

Released on November 16, 1999

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Following three stomping 7-inches, Kansas City's top Oi boot boys deliver their debut full length. A terrifying blast of deep-seeded street punk and full-tilt skin style working man's blues. The group hosts the annual Mid-West Oi Fest, as well as act as the driving force behind Hooligan Street Wear.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro/Saints Voted #3  13%
2 Johnny Bomb  4%
3 Glory  0%
4 Clockwork Tim  6%
5 Main Street Voted #2  15%
6 M.D.R.  0%
7 13  0%
8 Bar Song  6%
9 Sylvest  8%
10 Blackshirts  4%
11 Land Of Our Own  2%
12 Pirate Song Voted #1  17%
13 The Prize  10%
14 16 Tons  4%
15 American Upstart Skin  6%
16 KC Belongs To Me  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, November 16 to vote for your favorite songs

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Sean from Cranbrook, BC Canada 
Jan 15 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a fairly good album, i heard 2 songs off it and i liked em so i bought it, its classic oi! with sing along choruses and working class lyrics i like the pirate song the best they do a good cover of the cock sparrer classic england belongs to me. so if you like the bands on gmm records i would think youd like this oi

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Gerardo from Ponce, PR 
Oct 2 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Las mejores canciones deste disco lo son Main Street Saints, Sylvest y Clockwork Tim. Esta banda tiene un estilo interesante como el que se refleja en estas tres canciones pero lo malo es que en el resto de las canciones suenan bastantes repetitivos y monotonos, como si no tuviesen mas inspiracion. Por mi parte, estare pendiente a otras producciones desta banda por que me dan la impresion de que deben tener buen material adicional.

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Clayton from Winnemucca, NV 
Aug 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

awsome oi skin music if your like anti-heros,fatskins,boot party, basicly any kind of american oi music youll love this cd

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Jesus from Denver, CO 
Apr 20 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You have to give it up to this band from kansas city. These guys play some good music. Listen for yourself. Take my word on it.

Mile High City Rules!

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Chad from Valdez, AK 
Dec 6 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Oi! Bloody Fucking Oi!! It's the Saints! Who else? Songs about Drinking, Fighting, Working, and Pirates!!!! What more could you ask for? Definatly one of the best Oi bands around. This record will make you want to pound a few pints and raise some hell with your friends! You gotta get this!

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Casey from Newhall, CA 
May 29 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good. the bomb. dope. muy bueno. i can't really sing along though 'cause my voice can't sound all tough and scratchy like this guy's can. sylvest is the best one but they are all great. it takes a few times through to hear the differences between the songs but once you do it rocks.

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