Das Klown | Antidote

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Antidote

by Das Klown

Long Beach Hardcore. If you are not scared of clowns, then you have not met AJ.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Poor Little Klowns
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2. U-Robot
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3. Tommy
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4. Karma
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5. Smith 56
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6. Sellout
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7. This Land
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8. Rattle
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9. Close Encounter
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10. 51/50
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11. Primate
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12. Bummer
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13. Die w/Your Boots On
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14. Welcome to the Dust Ward
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Album Notes
Angerly, Das Klown makes one realize that the streets are still the backbone of the violent punk underworld. A.J. rants out political statements that make people want to get off their lazy butts and make a difference, which can be shown on "This Land," projections of gorillas on "Primate," the crappiest of the world on "Bummer," and UFOs on "Close Encounter." The band, consisting of A.J. on vocals, Jimbo T. on guitar, Jayson on guitar, Nate on bass, and Justin on drums, proves that punk is still alive, especially on the closing track, a live version of "Punchline" which actually sounds just like a remastered, remixed version from their Live at Zed, which does have Jason on guitars. Das Klown proves that punk is still alive in Long Beach.


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