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Will Play

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Ansol
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Peterbilt
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Brigham Young
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White Lines
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Torso Butter
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Casing
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Twist and Shout
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Pastel Blue Eyes
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Abandon Me
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13 Months of Sunshine
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Suzuki
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Boca Raton
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Born Like Steam
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Battery
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Don't Bone Me
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Cutthroat Answer
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Pastel Blue Eyes
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Suzuki
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Ansol
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Casing
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D.I.Y. Ansol
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Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 72:54

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FreshFish

I love punk and hardcore, and I really thought I had heard everything, especially the best of the best. Mostly I was right, but this cd slipped through my fingers for all these 26 years I've been alive! How did I not know about this album??? I accidentally came across this when eMusic recommended it to me based on my previous downloads, which mostly consisted of NYC hardcore and some DC Dischord stuff. They were right on point with this suggestion. This album rocks. It will surprise you and make your day.

They Say All Music Guide

A brief, insane, and avant-garde reincarnation of the legendary Rites of Spring, blurting seemingly stream-of-conciousness lyricism over quirky and rather interesting guitar work. Rites of Spring fans will most likely be taken aback by hearing this — it is not what you would expect from the grilled, emphatic Rites of Spring, nor is it similar to the other post-ROS band, One Last Wish. Put together entirely from taping sessions of live shows and practices, the production on the album leaves something to be desired. In all, however, it is a rather interesting document of one of the most peculiar enigmas to rise from the D.C. scene. – Blake Butler

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