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  • 01. Promises
    02. Savages
    03. Party Time
    04. Eroded Freedom
    05. Hypocrite
    06. Condemned To Live In Dear
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    LEGION OF PARASITES

    Undesirable Guests

    [engl] Long overdue official reissue of one of the most absolutely raging UK hardcore punk records. The first 12" from 1984 by this cult band took the ferocity, and raw sound of bands like Discharge, Disorder, and Chaos UK, and blended it with the current anarcho-punk sound, a style that continued to gain traction with excellent bands like Anti-System, A.O.A., or S.A.S. High quality, no frills, 45rpm pressing with artwork and mastering that is faithful to the original. This reissue finally makes a full lyric sheet available as well, which is made from various promo materials the band sent out with letters during the ‘80s.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    01.04.2024
     

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