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Still Life

Prank 34

Released on January 11, 2000

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Their only album was recorded in 1991 and originally released on Allied Recordings. Out of print for years, Prank has dusted off this classic, re-released it in it's original packaging and given it a remastering so classics like "Take Your City Back," "Greedy Bastards" and "Alien Race" can be blasted loudly once again.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Failsafe Voted #3  11%
2 Web Of War  6%
3 No Hope  8%
4 Pets Or Meat  1%
5 Greedy Bastards Voted #1  30%
6 Ladies and Gentlemen  2%
7 Path Of Destruction Voted #2  13%
8 Fears Himself  1%
9 Take Your City Back  10%
10 Progress ?  0%
11 Alien Race  11%
12 Mohawk Revolt  0%
13 Freedom At Last  7%
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Mike from Oakbrook, IL 
Mar 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Man, I still wish they were still around. Awesome record!! This is hardcore grind crust at it's finest. Screaming chick vocals, intense bass lines and political lyrics make this a great album. If you can find any of their other stuff, definitly pick it up, It's even better.

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Aaron from Pataskala, OH 
Apr 19 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I think im the first to review this cd but it fucking kix ass its great for hardcore fans and people into crustcore and stuff.Every song is good and one of the best anarchopunk bands ever.They sound like NOFX!!!!(NOT)lol

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