I will post damn near anything for local bands who want to get their music out there, so email me at:


Include a link to your shit and don't be a fag, you fucking faggot. Eat a dick. Lick on these testicles. I wanna anally inseminate Miles Ellerbeck (this will probably be here a year or two before he sees it...Love you bro). Also open yourself up to constructive criticism. I'll bluntly tell you it sucks and give the world a link to see just how bad it sucks. I am mimicking the stream of conscious asshole blogger speech now. Fuck you and eat several more dicks.

Friday, July 31, 2009

GG Allin-Banned In Boston Vol. 1

Back before GG Allin was an international spokesperson for Senna tablets and abortion, he made rather tuneful pop-punk with The Jabbers. In all honesty, this stuff is pretty fucking good and good in a way that even non-GG diehards would find something to enjoy. Check it out. Enjoy!

*Note: Not actual album art.

GG Allin-Banned In Boston Vol. 1:

1. Bored To Death
2. Beat, Beat, Beat
3. One Man Army
4. 1980's Rock & Roll
5. Cheri Love Affair
6. I Need Adventure
7. Don't Talk To Me
8. Unpredictable
9. Assface
10. Automatic
11. Gimme Some Head
12. Dead Or Alive
13. You Hate Me & I Hate You
14. NYC Tonite
15. No Rules
16. A Fuckup
17. Up Against The Wall

Click the pic comparing GG Allin before he was the number one spreader of aids and after:

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Dayglo Abortions-2 Dogs Fucking

Dayglo Abortions-2 Dogs Fucking:

1. Ben Gets Off
2. My Erection
3. Dream Date Of The 90s
4. I Do The Best That I Can
5. Two Dogs Fucking
6. Courage In A Can
7. Shit Happens
8. Spoken Word
9. Punker Bitches
10. Almost Cut My Hair
11. After This Beer
12. Bunchofuckingoofs
13. W.A.S.P.
14. Sit On My Face And Bleed
15. Isn't This Disgusting


Monday, July 27, 2009

Crucial Unit-Everything Went Strunk

Fucking fast ass thrashcore that is simultaneously nauseating and strangely rejuvenating. This band causes sphincters to constrict then relax in a consistently erratic motion, so be careful if you're a little too liberal with the Tapatío or you ate too many beans or hot pockets. I'm also pretty sure that my upload is missing some tracks, cause I lost my copy and had to resort to Soulseek. Fuck your couch (insert 'racial epithet claimed to have been taken back by the race that the word was originally a derogatory term to describe that person because of their skin color' here...But only if you can make sense of that rambling incoherent statement that is more than likely considered a 'run-on' sentense...It just makes no sense.)! By the way...Enjoy!

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Blink 182-Cheshire Cat

Here's something no one would really expect from this blog. I'm posting this mainly because of the impact it had on me when I was younger. It really did open a lot of doors for me when I was stuck on Limp Bizkit, Korn and the usual Nu Metal bullshit.

Early Blink 182 (Pre-Enema Of The State) will always hold a special place in my heart. This album, the "Buddha demo" and "Dude Ranch" are all albums that I can put on and enjoy to this very day, without the all too common "not punk enough" prejudice. Blink 182 was middle school. If you want to be a real dick about it (like me), it can be said that you really cannot listen to this album and not hear bits and pieces of everything from Screeching Weasel to The Descendants. If you compare this album to the band's influences, there's not much too different to not warrant a listen if you like those bands.

This album is a classic in the realm of pop-punk and a piece of punk history. No matter what, I'll always find something to enjoy here. If you aren't typical elitist swine, you might to. Enjoy!

Blink 182-Cheshire Cat:

1. Carousel
2. M+M's
3. Fentoozler
4. Touchdown Boy
5. Strings
6. Peggy Sue
7. Sometimes
8. Does My Breath Smell?
9. Cacophony
10. TV
11. Toast And Bananas
12. Wasting Time
13. Romeo And Rebbecca
14. Ben Wah Balls
15. Just About Done
16. Depends


Buy It

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Misfits-Collection 1 + Collection 2

Click album covers to download. No time for a tracklist or any kind of opinion. Enjoy!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Iron Cross-Crucified For Our Sins

Iron Cross is a band know more for one song that was covered by another band that is arguably ten times better than U2. They seemed to embrace violence...A lot...It be good, but this record wouldn't appeal much to anyone besides me, because I like fucked up shit like this. Also, this is one band that I am thankful for not being elevated to astronomical proportions, because quite frankly, they weren't that good. For fans of: Wham!, Duran Duran, Frankie Goes To Hollywood and sucking dick. Enjoy!

Iron Cross-Crucified For Our Sins:

1. Fight 'Em All
2. I Don't Love You Anymore
3. Wolfpack
4. Grey Morning
5. Jumping Jack Flash
6. Shadows In The Night
7. You're A Rebel
8. Crucified For Our Sins
9. Live For Now
10. Wargames
11. New Breed
12. Psycho Skin
13. Teenage Violence
14. It's A Fight


Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Tone Tank-The Black Six Sessions

Here's a pretty interesting hip hop record I was introduced to recently by my friend Austin. All you really need to know is that it has Blitz samples and anything that samples Blitz is fucking badass as fuck...Plus the lyrics are pretty cool. I'm gonna go get high now, so goodbye and good riddance assholes. Enjoy!

Tone Tank-The Black Six Sessions:

1. Only In America
2. Ain't Shit Changed
3. A Visit To Doc Strange
4. Landmine
5. Fight Song


Sunday, July 12, 2009

Dirty Projectors-Rise Above

Here is an album most everyone who reads this blog will probably hate. It's the gorgeously blasphemous re imagining of Black Flag's "Damaged" by the indie rock band, The Dirty Projectors. Where the Flag album was filled with rage, this record is the total fucking opposite. It's slow, calm, and filled with clean instrumentation throughout. You don't find distortion, screaming or rage in any sense, except for maybe in the lyrics. In a sense, this makes for the perfect musical oxymoron. It's different, but I like it, so I'm posting it. Enjoy!

Dirty Projectors-Rise Above:

1. What I See
2. No More
3. Depression
4. Six Pack
5. Thirsty And Miserable
6. Police Story
7. Gimme Gimme Gimme
8. Spray Paint
9. Room 13
10. Rise Above
11. Untitled


Rednecks In Pain-Sick Semen

Rednecks In Pain were from Nashville, Tennessee. This was a cassette only release as far as I can tell and you can buy a copy here for $50. I can't really find much information on the band besides a few mentions in some articles when you search "Rednecks In Pain" on Google. No other blogs that I know of are sharing their other releases, of which there are two others listed on Kill From The Heart. The music is go-stop-go-fast-slow-fast-stop-go-fast hardcore punk by nature, but it offers enough of a deviation from the mold to inspire repeat listening. I don't really know much about this band or the Nashville punk scene. Some more information would be beneficial. If anyone has anything, leave me a comment. Enjoy!

Does anyone have rips of their other releases?

Rednecks In Pain-Sick Semen:

1. John's First Time
2. Stabbed In The Back
3. Won't Be Abused
4. Third Floor
5. Quick To Judge
6. You
7. The Fetus
8. Tearing Down The Walls
9. Cyanide
10. Attitudes


A video of theirs I found on Youtube:

Rat Bastards-Perpetual Disorder

Here's a record from Chicago's Rat Bastards, who play really fast hardcore much in the vein of early American hardcore, but with obvious European cues. To say the very least, it rips from start to finish, barely leaving enough time to breath. This was released on Beer City Records at some point, but I can't find it for sale anywhere, leading me to believe it's out of print. Enjoy!

Rat Bastards-Perpetual Disorder:

1. Fate
2. Nobody Wins
3. The Peg
4. You Tell Me
5. Affirmation
6. What's Your Gig
7. Purge
8. White Knuckle Punks
9. Neurotic Enigma
10. Perpetual Disorder
11. Sea Of Black
12. Get Tough
13. Superior To None
14. Industrialized Autocracy
15. What The Fuck
16. You're In My Urine
17. Environmental Pollution
18. Chernobyl



Saturday, July 11, 2009

Alcoholics Unanimous-Hangover Cure

Definitely one of the best band names ever. And also one of the best concepts behind a band...Period. Drinking songs are a music mainstay, but every so often there are whole drinking albums and sometimes, as is the case with Alcoholics Unanimous, there are bands where the band itself only makes drinking songs. What's even better (or worse) is that the actual music composition is drunken in nature. Almost to the point where it seems intentional for purposes of playing into their gimmick, but then again these are the same people behind Rancid Vat (The Whiskey Rebel and Intoxica) and the Antiseen (information is relatively scarce though and I'm not positive if Jeff Clayton played on this release or not), so they probably were drunk when they recorded this. The music is a beautifully crafted clusterfuck of punk, rock 'n' roll and country that makes your head spin into a drunken stupor of stupidity. It's stupidly good shit. Chicken soup for the slightly more than habitual drinker's soul. Enjoy!

*Note: Not actual album art.

Alcoholics Unanimous-Hangover Cure:

1. You Can't Hurt A Drunk
2. Booze is the Answer
3. The Last Supper
4. Tricky the Whiskey
5. Bandmembers Suck
6. Grandpa Was a Drunk (B4 There Was Punk)
7. Aint Nothing to Drink
8. Corporate Ladder
9. The Mold
10. Santa Forgot the Booze
11. Santa Clause DWI
12. Drinking Saved My Life
13. Drinking In The Men's Room
14. Hell To Pay
15. Alcotopia
16. Open Container
17. Thunderbird
18. AlcoBaby
19. OLCC
20. Don't Do This
21. Loose Asshole Beer
22. Pencil Neck Barkeep


The Crewd-Gather Round EP

I had a couple tracks from this EP that I got off of Soulseek and then the motherfucker banned me...And then I found this over at the Last Days Of Man On Earth blog and had to repost it. I did make it into a .RAR file and upload it to Mediafire because for whatever reason the downloads kept stalling on me. Plus I think that one-click downloads are easier than downloading each track separate. A big thanks to them. Tracks 1-5 are from the actual "Gather Round" EP, while 6-8 are taken from the "You Can't Argue With Sucksess" compilation released on Mystic. I've done all this talking and haven't yet said anything really about the band itself. So I will...

Rosie O'Donnel and Roseanne Barr are both fat and I wanna see them have sex with each other. I just saw Bruno yesterday and I thought it was really funny. Jesus is God? I thought God was God and Jesus was his son. Why is Christianity so confusing? Who should I worship? I know who...Satan...Because he's the epitome of everything that is even remotely cool. What's to hate about this guy? Seriously? He's a really cool cat. And so is Garfield. George Bush wasn't that bad of a president. At least he was entertainment. I felt like I watching Comedy Central Presents every time he gave a speech...This Obama fella is too serious. And I seriously want to watch Rosie O'Donnel and Roseanne Barr, who are both fat, have wild sex with each other. Then I'd think there is a God. I know who I'll worship...Myself...Becauase I am Zach and I am fat and for some reason, I have a really hot girlfriend. Praise me!

Oh, and about the Crewd...This release is quite typical of Southern California hardcore. But really really good. Enjoy!

The Crewd-Gather Round EP:

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Gather Round
3. Every Mother's Dream
4. Soldier Of Fortune
5. We Don't Give
6. Bobby Sands
7. Little Boy Blue
8. Shit


Broken Bones-F.O.A.D.

Here is another great record from Broken Bones. The title track alone is worth the download, but every song on this part studio, part live record has it's merits. There really isn't anything weak about it...It rips from beginning to end. Also, there seems to be different versions of this because the track listing from Kill From The Heart is different, so is the one sold off of Interpunk and this one is different from both. It's mainly the live tracks that are in different orders and some of the live songs are omitted or added between versions. It's confusing to say the least. But otherwise, enjoy!

Broken Bones-F.O.A.D.:

1. F.O.A.D.
2. Kick Down The Doors
3. Teenage Kamikaze
4. Programme Control
5. S.O.T.O.
6. Missing Link
7. Best Of Both Worlds
8. Treading Underfoot
9. Bonecrusher
10. Delusion & Anger
11. Choose Death
12. Untamed Power
13. It's Like
14. Death Is Imminent
15. Gotta Get Out Of Here
16. Never Say Die
17. Decapitated (Part 1 & 2)
18. Problem
19. Secret Agent


Buy It

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Society System Decontrol-The Kids Will Have Their Say

This is another relatively easy find for those who frequently search the interweb for "rare" music. After close examination of this seminal band, I have concluded that Boston is a place that seems to be filled with both ravenous drunks and straight edgers of the militant variety.

When you talk straight edge, you usually talk about Minor Threat. Ian came up with it, sure, but as far as I've read, it was always more of a personal doctrine rather than a "you must live your life this way" kinda thing...I think that it's called "Hardline"...SSD was among the Boston bands inspired by Minor Threat that inflicted grievous bodily harm on those who opposed it and those who were unaware of it. Force feeding it, if you will. But in reality, they were probably a bunch of assholes who couldn't get laid and were to scared to drink and do drugs. To each his own, I guess.

However you may feel, they did put out this great record and another decent one before switching to metal of the shit variety...As in a third rate AC/DC...And I like AC/DC, just not SS/DC.

This record is an intense onslaught of murder in the best degree, although I do feel someone should of gotten these guys high and laid, then maybe I wouldn't have to feel like I was listening to an angry black religious sermon. Sometimes the most narrow minded fucks make some of the best music, and please don't take that last statement out of context. Enjoy!

Society System Decontrol-The Kids Will Have Their Say:

1. Boiling Point
2. Fight Back
3. Do You Even Care
4. Not Normal
5. Wasted Youth
6. Jock Itch
7. Fun To You
8. V.A.
9. How Much Art
10. The Kids Will Have Their Say
11. Headed Straight
12. War Threat
13. Teach Me Violence
14. Screw
15. Who's To Judge
16. Police Beat
17. United
18. The End


This great album and the rest of their crap is available at Church Of Zer, a great blog worth supporting.

This record has been long out of print. Bootlegs are available, but scarce, however the compilation, "Power" is available here.

Agnostic Front-United Blood EP

Certainly not as "refined" or as classic as "Victim In Pain" may be, the "United Blood EP" is still the original Agnostic Front I love. This is a band that was ten times better playing all out hardcore thrash tunes than playing crossover, Oi! (although always a prevalent influence in their sound), or crappy Metalcore bullshit (like they play now). Short, sweet and to the point (only two songs breach the one minute mark). That's how I like it and that's how they deliver their sometimes controversial points. Check it out. Enjoy!

Agnostic Front-United Blood EP:

1. No One Rules
2. Final War
3. Last Warning
4. Traitor
5. Friend Or Foe
6. United Blood
7. Fight
8. Discriminate Me
9. In Control
10. Crucial Changes


Monday, July 6, 2009

Insanity Defense-Demo Tape + Pilgrim State LP

Insanity Defense, from East Northport in New York played some pretty interesting music filled with lyrics that were actually well thought out.

Their demo tape is a more straight forward assault of hardcore filled with your usual punk rock anthems. While a thrashing blitz of hate, it still finds itself with catchy choruses and melody. It's a fine piece of hardcore punk. Favorite tracks: "Social Motions" and "Grudge Against The World".

"Pilgrim State" is something I could compare to post-"Damaged" Black Flag or some of the other bands on SST around that time. It's a lot slower than the demo and is injected with a higher dose of melodic sensibility. It's interesting to say the least. You still have the all out thrasher, but in far less frequency. The final song, "Witchhunt" literally plays out at a snail's pace and inspires heavy yawning. Favorite tracks: "Something To Believe In" and "It Used To Be".

Check them out...Enjoy!

Insanity Defense-Demo Tape:

2. Social Motions
3. Scapegoat
4. U.S. Mess
5. No Excuse
6. Retaliate
7. Flesh, Metal, and Glass
8. Raised For The Slaughter
9. Beg For Mercy
10. Treason
11. Live Free Or Die
12. Truth Or Consequences
13. Let's See Action
14. Grudge Against The World

Insanity Defense-Pilgrim State LP:

1. Pilgrim State
2. I'm Waiting
3. Something To Believe In
4. Let Me Help
5. How Long
6. Make The Change
7. It Used To Be
8. Common Ground
9. Epitaph
10. Witchhunt


Siege-Drop Dead

Siege defined an entire genre in just under 17 minutes, which is sadly, their entire recorded output (as far as I know). With their speed, ferocity, and vocals, Siege set the stage for what would become known as grindcore. "Drop Dead" is everything they released, from the original demo tape release of "Drop Dead" to the tracks from Pushead's "Cleanse The Bacteria" compilation...All 9 fucking songs! And not a damn one sucks in any way whatsoever. Check it out...Enjoy!

Siege-Drop Dead:

1. Drop Dead
2. Conform
3. Life Of Hate
4. Starvation
5. Armageddon
6. Walls
7. Sad But True
8. Cold War
9. Grim Reaper


Buy It

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Jodie Foster's Army-We Know You Suck

Jodie Foster's Army-We Know You Suck:

1. Out Of School
2. JFA
3. Do The Hannigan
4. Count
5. Beach Blanket Bongout
6. Cokes & Snickers
7. Kick You
8. Great Equalizer
9. Preppy
10. Little Big Man
11. Johnny D
12. Walk Don't Run
13. I Don't Like You
14. Baja
15. Skateboard
16. We Know You Suck
17. Too Late
18. Sadistic Release
19. Axed At Howard's
20. 1-10
21. Guess What
22. Bouncer
23. Middle America
24. Lowrider
25. Out Of School (Live)
26. Great Equalizer (Boomer Version)
27. Skateboard (Live)
28. Preppy (Topsider Version)
29. Standin' On The Verge (Live)
30. Teen Idol
31. Johnny D (Live)
32. Charlie Brown (Schroeder Version)
33. Do The Hannigan (Live)


Buy It

It's out of stock on this site, possibly out of print, because it's not listed on the Alternative Tentacles site either.

Millions Of Dead Cops-Millions Of Dead Cops LP

Who doesn't love a dead cop? Who doesn't love millions of them? I know I love the prospect of that some cop killing epidemic sweeping the nation. Fuck the police, the only good cop is a dead one...

Now that that is of my system, here's some MDC, formerly known as the Stains. Originally from Texas, they moved to San Francisco. "MDC" stands for "Millions Of Dead Cops", "Millions Of Dead Children", "Millions Of Damn (or Dead) Christians", "Multi-Death Corporations", "Metal Devil Cokes", "Magnus Dominus Corpus", Millions Of Dead Contractors", "Murdering Dane Cook", "Masturbating Dumb Children", "Making Damn Cakes", "Mopping Dead Crabs", "Multiple Democrat Cunts", "Mexican Demon Cocksmokers", etc.

MDC plays highly political and oftentimes politically blunt songs. Both like and unlike their contemporaries, their point wasn't lost on those who dared listen to their music. It's pretty straight forward in retrospect. A band like the Dead Kennedys, for instance, would shroud their politics in satire and is really the thinking man's kinda band. MDC, on the other hand, while politically similar, straight out says what it means.

The music, coupled with Dictor's lyrics and delivery gel together and make this a hardcore classic. A must for any fan of hardcore punk. Enjoy!

Millions Of Dead Cops-Millions Of Dead Cops LP:

1. Business On Parade
2. Dead Cops-America's So Straight
3. Born To Die
4. Corporate Deathburger
5. Violent Rednecks
6. I Remember
7. John Wayne Was A Nazi
8. Dick For Brains
9. I Hate Work
10. My Family Is A Little Weird
11. Greedy And Pathetic
12. Church And State
13. Kill The Light
14. American Achievements


Dirty Rotten Imbeciles-Dirty Rotten LP + Violent Pacification EP

There's nothing like some early D.R.I. to get your day started...Even if your day started at about 2:00 pm. I really fucking hate Sundays...

I'll admit that "Dealing With It" is the far superior album. "Dirty Rotten LP" is just really fucking bad when played back to back with "Dealing With It". What we have here is a band that isn't fully fleshed out. The band at least exuded talent in their later releases and this serves best as a nice look back at the band that would eventually define crossover...

The problem here, more or less, is that the band playing on this record sounds like your run of the mill hardcore band steeped in mediocrity, instead of their other, more superior forms...As in, a hardcore band playing metal and later as a metal band with "punk" vocals. If you already like D.R.I., listen to this record. If you are just getting into them, please steer clear until you have immersed yourself into the whole of the rest of their discography. It's not so much that this record is bad, it's just really bad because D.R.I. was the band behind it.

Included also is the "Violent Pacification" EP, which I feel almost makes up for the "Dirty Rotten LP". Check it out...Enjoy!

Dirty Rotten Imbeciles-Dirty Rotten LP + Violent Pacification EP:

1. I Don't Need Society
2. Commuter Man
3. Plastique
4. Why
5. Balance Of Terror
6. My Hate To Hate
7. Who Am I
8. Money Stinks
9. Human Waste
10. Yes Ma'am
11. Dennis' Problem
12. Closet Punk
13. Reaganomics
14. Running Around
15. Couch Slouch
16. To Open Closed Doors
17. Sad To Be
18. War Crimes
19. Busted
20. Draft Me
21. F.R.D.C.
22. Capitalists Suck
23. Misery Loves Company
24. No Sense
25. Blockhead
26. Violent Pacification
27. Snap
28. The Explorer


Saturday, July 4, 2009

Asschapel-Fire And Destruction

Asschapel plays the same spleen decimating thrash metal I was raised on, with hints of death metal, crossover and crust all eating through your skin like the saliva of a rabid Xenomorph who hasn't yet had it's daily helping of human. It'll fuck you in all your holes and may even leave you some new ones here and there...All in all, it's some good shit...Kinda like Slayer on speed at times. Enjoy!

Asschapel-Fire And Destruction:

1. Unholy Destruction
2. The Battle-Axe
3. Carcass, Bloody Carcass
4. The Final Command
5. Pray For Blood
6. The Blessed And The Wretched
7. Follow The Fist
8. The Sledgehammer Assault
9. Godwhore
10. Approach The Casket
11. After The Sacrifice
12. Fire And Destruction


Friday, July 3, 2009

Asschapel-Satanation EP

Here's something I've had sitting around on my hard drive in already in .RAR format. I just found it after six months about two minutes ago and am uploading as I type...

Asschapel is from Nashville and plays in a kinda thrash/death/crossover style. All that really needs to be said is that they cover Slayer, and any band that covers Slayer this well deserves a download...I'll be posting another release of theirs, "Fire And Destruction" in the coming days...Stay tuned and in the meantime, enjoy it you son of a bitch!

Asschapel-Satanation EP:

1. Satanation
2. Take The Torture
3. Suffer The Destroyer
4. Raining Blood (Slayer)


Fugazi-13 Songs

Minor Threat was DC hardcore...Sure, you had the Bad Brains, S.O.A., Government Issue, Scream, Youth Brigade, etc., but Minor Threat is the most standout and the most well remembered of that early scene. DC Hardcore happened fast...Then died. It was simultaneously primitive and passionate. It was never something that was meant to last and it's probably best that it didn't...

When you make allegations that the scene died, there's always that asshole (like me) who brings up "Revolution Summer" and the bands that it spawned, most notably Embrace and Rites Of Spring. Those bands certainly expanded on the overall sound of hardcore, but also laid the groundwork for what is called "emo". As McKaye would probably say, "it was emotional hardcore, or just hardcore". I'll go with the latter, because anyone who says that (early 80s) hardcore punk wasn't emotional (certainly different emotions) is truly an asshole.

This whole ordeal happened later on, after the early scenes on both sides of the coast were all but dead...NYHC was still in it's heyday, but most of the good bands broke up in nearly every other scene. In 1987, shit wasn't like the old days...Or so they say. I was still a little white tadpole in my father's scrotum when all of this went down...

In 1987, from the ashes of their many failed bands, Ian Mackaye and Guy Picciotto ended up in Fugazi. Fugazi doesn't really fit in any genre. It's a pretty fucking diverse undertaking considering the sound typified by Ian and Guy's other bands. Ian wanted a band that sounded like "The Stooges with reggae". It's safe to say that he ended up with a band that is a complete musical contradiction. The music is readily defined by the fact it fits no where. This isn't some random mash up of genres, it all has a highly calculated feel. It's good fucking music. When you hear Ian and then you hear one of Guy's songs, tell me that they don't contrast to the point where you could make the distinction that you are hearing separate bands...It's "different".

Good shit though. Really good shit. "13 Songs" is a damn fine album, a collection of their first two EPs and they couldn't be better played back to back. Being honest, I haven't dug deeper into their discography and perhaps I should. Enjoy.

Fugazi-13 Songs:

1. Waiting Room
2. Bulldog Front
3. Bad Mouth
4. Burning
5. Give Me The Cure
6. Suggestion
7. Glue Man
8. Margin Walker
9. And The Same
10. Burning Too
11. Provisional
12. Lockdown
13. Promises


Wednesday, July 1, 2009



1. Amerijuanican
2. Kash Under Glass
3. Tri-Pack Master
4. Cutdown
5. Weedy Woman
6. Stonesphere
7. Champagne & Reefer (Muddy Waters)