Fun Ender | Happy Birthday Mothef---ker

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Happy Birthday Mothef---ker

by Fun Ender

Raw punk rock n' roll with a bit of spastic new wave and a whole heap of acid-tongued sharp wit. A true combination of loose-lipped insanity and up-tempo, noisy musical dementia.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Intro
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2. The Ruse Beneath
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3:34 album only
3. Meat
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4:13 album only
4. Turn Signal Motherfucker
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5. Riff Masters
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3:57 album only
6. Retard(s)
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7. Count Me Out
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8. King Shit
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9. Puncture in the Fat
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10. The End Cometh
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Album Notes
Fun Ender is dangerous.
Fun Ender tells it like it is.
Fun Ender is rock and roll.
Fun Ender recorded this album in their dark, wet basement.
Fun Ender will not rip you off.
Please take a listen.


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Mr. X-Ray

Kick You in the Face Rock n Roll
Fun Ender's "Happy Birthday Motherfucker" showcases their own unique style of rock. Labeled as punk, garage, space rock among others, their catchy hooks, strong rythyms and screeching guitar create a sound hard to label or compare to. Not for hipsters.