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Back To The 'Bin

by The Creeps

The Creeps up the ante with their sophmore release, "Back to the 'Bin", delivering 13 tracks about escaping from a loony bin and the carnage that ensues.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Midnight, Another Phone Call
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2. El Camino
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3. Henchman
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4. Group of Three
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5. Why Don't We Go Home?
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6. Drive-In
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7. Back To The 'Bin
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8. In The Basement
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9. I Am (138)
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10. Havana: Revisited
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11. No Rhyme Or Reason
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12. Paper Trails
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13. Two Spies
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The Creeps up the ante with their sophmore release, "Back to the 'Bin", delivering 13 tracks about escaping from a loony bin and the carnage that ensues. Recorded in 13 days at the Shooting Gallery in Ottawa, this Goblin Records release will leave you gasping for breath and begging for more... Take the Ramones, Dick Tracy, & Jack The Ripper - throw 'em all in a blender and you might have an idea of what to expect. Spy rock at it's best.


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