Zooparty | Re-Fuse

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Re-Fuse

by Zooparty

Their second album, with 12 more tracks of catchy, melodic punk in the vein of the Sex Pistols, again featuring guitar work by Glen Matlock (of the Sex Pistols) and Brian James (of the Damned).
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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1. Bring the Bored
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2. C'mon
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3. General Cutter
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4. Insane
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5. The Nevers
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6. Neat Freak
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7. Intro
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8. We Have the Right To Know What's Wrong
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9. Raised On Boredom
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10. Criminals Police the Criminals
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11. Laying Low Is Not What We Do
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12. Die
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Zooparty wasted no time getting a second full-length under their belt, and what a follow up it is! Building on all the strengths showcased on their debut, this album is even more potent and catchier than the first album. Twelve more tracks of their instantly-likable melodic punk. Glen Matlock & Brian James again make guest appearances. The songs on this album sound a bit more realized and not quite as derivative of their influences, more their own. The production is stronger and more robust, the choruses more anthemic. What more can I say? Pick this fucker up now!!!


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