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Post-Mersh, Vol. 3

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Validation
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The Maze
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Definitions
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Sickles And Hammers
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Fascist
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Joe McCarthy's Ghost
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Paranoid Chant
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Joy
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Black Sheep
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More Joy
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Split Red
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If Reagan Played Disco
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Case Closed
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Afternoons
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Futurism Restated
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Base King
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Working Men Are Pissed
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I Shook Hands
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Below The Belt
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Shit You Hear At Parties
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The Big Lounge Scene
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Maternal Rite
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Tune For Wind God
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Party With Me Punker
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The Process
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Joy Jam
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Tony Gets Wasted In
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Swing To The Right
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!Raza Si!
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Times
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Badges
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Fodder
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Futurism Restated
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Hollering
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Suburban Dialectic
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Contained
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On Trial
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Spraycan Wars
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My Part
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Fanatics
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Ack Ack Ack
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The Big Blast For Youth
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Ain't Talkin' Bout Love
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The Red And The Black
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Green River
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Lost
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 46   Total Length: 59:17

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Great Deal!

AcidRock23

Fantastic band, fantastic sentiments, great tunes...

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After you fall in love with Double Nickels . . .

thefxc

. . . get this one. The live songs sound like they were recorded with a hand-held cassette player, the early stuff is clever, punky, and short, and there's hardly a chorus to be found. In other words, it encapsulates everything great about early AmerIndie.

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They Say All Music Guide

The third and final volume of Post-Mersh crams an extraordinary amount of music on one disc, compiling the EPs Paranoid Time (1980), Bean-Spill (1982), and Tour-Spiel (1985), the 1981 “Joy” single, and the 1984 rarities and outtakes collection The Politics of Time. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine