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  • 01. The Battle March of Old Latrobe
    02. Shit You Talk
    03. 1234 Motherfucker
    04. All I Need
    05. Waste of My Time
    06. Fucked up All the Time
    07. One More Beer
    08. Song #666
    09. I Wanna Kill My Friends
    10. Over the Highside
    11. Different Shade of Black
    12. Keep a Knockin
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    MUD CITY MANGLERS

    Heart Full of Hate

    [engl] Re-release of the MCM debut album, this was originally released back in 2000. John Holstrom editor of PUNK magazine says: The Manglers play a raw, blistering, p(i)ssed-off punk that's as insane as anything since the original Stooges. Anyone who lives on the east coast should check these guys out ASAP. They rip live!! Fans of stuff like Electric Frankenstein, The Hellacopters, Gluecifer and the Backyard Babies need to hear the Manglers!
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    28.01.2022
    EAN
    EAN 7393210212534
     

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