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Born Bad

Moron Music

Fashionable Idiots 14

Released on December 25, 2007

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These Winnipeg HC rippers offer up six more tracks of ugly hardcore punk taking cues from early '80s USHC and generally all things negative. Absolutely vicious, mean and any other adjectives that tip yer trigger. According to the label, this "rips the piss" out of all their previous efforts.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Society Bullshit  0%
2 Follower  0%
3 Kill The Punks  0%
4 Intro/Excessive Force  0%
5 No Tomorrow  0%
6 Washed Up  0%
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Adam from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Apr 7 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Whoa! This label releases some great hardcore! Balls-out rage from these Canadian nutters. No prisoners taken in either a musical or lyrical sense & that's the way I like my hardcore. Tough-as-nails stuff with a New York HC feel to it, without the metal leanings some of those bands had. Negative Approach could be an influence on these guys, too. The breakdown on "Kill The Punks" makes me want to skank around the room - or at least clench my fist & grit my teeth. I may be closing in fast on my 40th year, but Born Bad can still make me feel like the 15 year old who was blown away the first time he heard hardcore & that's no mean feat. Honestly, this is great stuff!!

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