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Doc Hopper

Zigs, Yaws, And Zags

Go Kart 43


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Fast, aggresssive and catchier than mono, Zigs, Yaws and Zags will make you fall in love with punk rock all over again!1. Zapruder Frame 3132.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Zapruder Frame 313 Voted #2  25%
2 She's A Cokehead Voted #1  33%
3 Loaner Voted #3  25%
4 Ceremony For A Fat Lip  8%
5 Bright Eyed & Bushy Tailed  0%
6 Einstein Married His Cousin (The Easy Way Out)  0%
7 Assplant  0%
8 Coaster  0%
9 Crash Course In Sleeping Alone  0%
10 Sometimes I Wish I Was A Ninja  8%
11 Trouble In Doggy Land  0%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Dec 29 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Who can blame me for looking back to the 1990's for good pop-punk music? Before the genre was spoiled on a bunch of eyeliner wearing brats, there use to be good bands out there like Doc Hopper. This album isn't the best work from this band, but it still beats the tits off most of today's so called "Pop-Punk" bands. This will take you back to a time where bands played music and toured because they wanted to. Not because they had aspirations of becoming the Beatles. I miss you Doc Hopper!










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