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by Doping the Void

noisy punk rock with an unexpected helping of sexified trumpet
Genre: Metal/Punk: Punk Metal
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1. Inner Tucks!
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2. Nerd Circle
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3. Ice Cream Man
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4. Girlfriend's Pick-up Service
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5. Carpet Bomb
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6. NoodleFreak
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7. Solarplexus '51
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8. Solarplexus
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Finally available in the USA, here is the second release from Munich Rough-n-Roll band Doping the Void. Just to be different, the band went out a found a soul trumpet player who time warped in from the late 60's and adds a fine coating of burnt sugar to the already volatile crusty punk rock churning beneath the surface. The songs were honed on the road in the USA and in a bunker deep below the streets of Giesing in Munich.

Fat distorted guitars + fat distorted bass + shouts and screams + punchy drums + silky smooth trumpet = Rough-n-Roll 2011

Website Punk in Muenchen proclaims, "hey, that sounds like Chicago, Touch and Go Records, Didjits, Steve Albini, and everything happened so because in the 80s ..."

Captain Poon from Bloodlights says simply, "idiots!"


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