Follow Fashion Monkeys | Inner Ear Infection

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Inner Ear Infection

by Follow Fashion Monkeys

Post Hardcore
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Hardcore
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1. Ten Years
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2. America
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3. How Can We Do It?
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4. In My Mind
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5. M16
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6. Menagerie Pt.2
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7. Money For Something
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8. R.S.G.
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9. What About Tomorrow
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10. Hot Bean Curd
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Follow Fashion Monkeys were a punk/hardcore outfit out of Bethlehem, PA that helped to influence and define the Lehigh Valley, PA scene. They self-released their self-titled first album in 1985 on Clymer Records. In 1987 they recorded what was to be their 2nd album, “Inner Ear Infection,” at Inner Ear Studios but the band broke up before it could be released. Two of these tracks made their debut on a couple of compilations (“What Have You Brought Me This Time?” 7” and the “Get The Hell Out” comp) Four more would eventually make their way onto a self-titled 7” in 1996, released by FOE (Freedom of Expression.)


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