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by The Magnificent

The Magnificent are a punk rock trio from West Yorkshire, England for fans of Billy Bragg, Smalltown, Ringers, The Clash, Rancid, and so on.
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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1. 1981
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2. Foreign Legion
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3. 1990
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4. Working Men's Club, Pt. 3
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5. Hold My Drink Up High
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6. Bbq & Grasshoppers
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7. Longshot
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8. Buy Mor Crap
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9. Walk a Mile in My Jeans
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10. King of the Denim Jackets
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The Magnificent are a punk rock trio from West Yorkshire, England. I think they sound like Billy Bragg, Smalltown, Ringers, The Clash, Rancid, and so on.

From the band: “There is a lot of global unrest at the moment, and people of our generation don’t know what to do with their lives. This album is about how a generation struggles to emulate the feats of their parents, ‘the baby boomers’. Everyone is poor these days and everyone struggles to meet the cost of living. The album is about being born into a world ruled by economics that no-one truly understands or has control of. ”


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