Desa | Year In A Red Room

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Year In A Red Room

by Desa

Post-Hardcore Indie Rock by the ex-members of Link Eighty.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Alarm Clock Screams
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2. 5 Year Reunion
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3. Bermuda Triangle
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4. Icy Shoulder
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5. Voltaire's Fable
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6. Burner Off
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7. Homicide at the Fountain of Youth
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8. Note Says Thanx
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9. Hands at 10 and 2
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10. Knives to the Brain
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11. Sick to my Heard
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12. Skywriting
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DESA is from Oakland, CA. where the homicide rate is high, the drug of choice is crack, and the streets are paved with safety glass. One of us is vegetarian, two of us are straightedge, three of us live in the same building in the ghetto, four of us live in the Bay Area, and five of us used to be in Link Eighty.


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dave carter

brilliant
i thought the cd was great, having already owned the lp 'demonstrates birth', this was the icing on the cake