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His Hero Is Gone

Plot Sickens

Great American Steak Religion

Released on February 27, 2001

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Surrender  0%
2 The Garden  0%
3 What Goes Up  0%
4 Remedy Past Remedies  0%
5 Angry Gods  0%
6 In The Red  0%
7 Outside In  0%
8 Who Benefits  0%
9 The Willing Host  0%
10 Enslavement Redefined  0%
11 Birth  0%
12 Scare Tactic  0%
13 Sound The Alarm  0%
14 Fools Gold  0%
15 Friendly Fire  0%
16 Becoming Soil  0%
17 Raise The Curtain  0%
18 Novelty  0%
19 Disinformation Age  0%
20 Domesticated Breed  0%
21 Ten Dollars A Day  0%
22 Like Weeds  0%
23 The Garden  0%
24 What Goes Up  0%
25 Enslavement Redefined  0%
26 Birth  0%
27 And We Burn  0%
28 Unleash  0%
29 Leash  0%
30 Carry On  0%
31 Automation  0%
32 Who Benefits  0%
33 Concrete Cage  0%
34 Hinges  0%
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Chris from Salt Lake City, UT 
Jan 17 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the finest and classic D-Beat/Crust albums. If you're into shit like Tragedy and all that good stuff then i suggest checking this out!

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