• 01. What You Do To Me
    02. Don't Wanna Come Back To You
    03. What You Said
    04. Yo Yo
    05. I Just Can't
    06. Don't Come Back
    07. Untouched By Life
    08. Where We Goin'
    09. My Life Is Tight
    10. Why Can't I See You Tonight

    SO WHAT!

    Hard Gum

    [engl] SO WHAT's debut LP is filled with stompers, hand clappers, and all the riffs that matter. Co-released by Just Add Water Records (USA) and Surfin' Ki (Italy). From the GLAMTASTIC pounding drums, Moogs, and big fuzzy riffs of "Where We Going" and "Why Can't I See You Tonight", to the EQUALS-esque "Don't Come Back" and "What You Said", this album is chock-full of HITS!
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