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by Addictive Philosophy

From punk to ska to rocksteady, Addictive pHilosopHy cover a lot of stylistic ground, but it all sounds very much of a piece. Old school, and totally committed, but with some nice musical tricks up their sleeve as well, this band is the business.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Ska-Punk
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2. (G)rave
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3. Supernatural Race Fiend
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4. Burning Heart
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5. Rip
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6. Save the Last Dance for Me (Richie B)
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7. Yesterday's Clothes
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8. All I Want
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9. How Can I Tell You I Hate You (Without Making You Cry)
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10. Code of Conduct
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11. Stranglehold
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12. Hungry Little Worms (In the Soil)
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Addictive pHilosopHy's long awaited follow up to their limited edition live debut! Review (Live Unsigned): From punk to ska to rocksteady, Addictive pHilosopHy cover a lot of stylistic ground, but it all sounds very much of a piece, thanks in large part to the hoarsely passionate vocal delivery that animates their uncompromising songs. Old school, and totally committed, but with some nice musical tricks up their sleeve as well, this band is the business. Highly recommended. Review (Paddy, Lawnmower Deth): Well I have been listening to the Addictive pHilosopHy album 'Studio' off and on for a few weeks now and I love it. If you like something a little different then be brave and give it a spin. The best way to describe it is hippy-ska-punk hahaha sorry Gez. What I like about Addictive is the fact that they do what they want and don't give a fuck for trends. I don't really know who to compare them to, maybe Mighty Mighty Bosstones is the nearest. Or an angry Paul Weller from The Jam era with trumpets while Lemmy from Hawkwind plays bass. Needless to say all the songs are catchier than herpes and well written. Review (Steve Lake, Zounds): Lots of good songs and a really hot band!


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