Down She Goes | Horrible Recollections Of Today's Society And Mayhem

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Horrible Recollections Of Today's Society And Mayhem

by Down She Goes

A mid-tempo Black Flag and Ramones replica playing Nirvana covers at an Iggy Pop show.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Hands Of The Common Man
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2. Dancing On The Faultlines
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3. In No Sense
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4. Baby's Revenge
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5. Class A (Violation)
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6. Return To Slavery
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7. Filled With Doubt
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8. I Don't Care (If You're Offended)
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9. A.H.R.O.T.S.A.M.
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10. Untitled (Jam)
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11. Who Has The Right?
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12. Outro ft Bill Hicks
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Album Notes
This is Down She Goes's second album and is available now! The new album "Horrible Recollections Of Today's Society And Mayhem" was Recorded with no real path or goal yet, spawned 3 singles including "Baby's Revenge", and "Return To Slavery", (which was a remake of the original version off the greatest disease album, and Class A Violation. The sound of the album is very intricite and catchy with the ol' 4 chord verse chorus verse vibe but has the same fire and soul which bred the underground scene in the late 70s early punk movement, rekindling alot of basics that have seemed to dwendle down in today's music. This is not your everyday schmoozing, hey look at me, cookie cutter album. Its just a straight in your face passion for making and creating music.


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