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Verbal Abuse - Just An American Band download album

  • Performer: Verbal Abuse
  • Title: Just An American Band
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: AC3 ASF MP4 VQF DXD AHX AU
  • Released: 1983
  • Style: Hardcore, Punk
  • MP3 album: 1209 mb
  • FLAC album: 1680 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Verbal Abuse - Just An American Band download album

Complete your Verbal Abuse collection. You can read a lot on the internet that it came out in July '83. Are you sure for 1984 ?

The back cover lists only 5 tracks of side A. The labels lists only the first 5 tracks per side. Powered by Budwieser". Matrix, Runout (Side A, Etchings): FR-005-A LKinG PRC-CI-I-I This Bud's for You ! ▯. Matrix, Runout (Side B, Etchings): FR 005-A LKinG PRC-CI-I-I We're an American Band !⚐.

Bud" and "American Band" are not mentioned on vinyl version's track list, but still are on the album. Vinyl re-released by label Bitzcore in 1987 with the above mentioned mistakes corrected. Re-released, in 2002, on Beer City Records, with a bonus live set as below: 13. Intro (live) 14. Verbal Abuse (live) 15. Emotional Constipation (live) 16. Disintegration (live) 17. I Don't Need it (live) 18. Paranoid (live) 19. Worth a Try (live) 20. Free Money (live) 21.

Verbal Abuse isn't a huge name in the punk world, but they made some noteworthy contributions to the Bay Area punk scene of the '80s. Although Verbal Abuse was formed in Texas, they moved to San Francisco in 1981 and became part of the same scene that boasted Fear and the Dead Kennedys - and they were perfect for that scene because they were such an angry, combustible, in-your-face band. This Beer City CD has no problem capturing Verbal Abuse's vitality.

Just an American Band. Just an American Band Tracklist. 1. Power Play Lyrics. More Verbal Abuse albums.

Just an American Band/Live in '84 remains one of the best underground twofers of this genre. It's got a total of 27 tracks: the first half is a reissue of Verbal Abuse's 1983 debut album, Just an American Band, and the second part is a live recording of the band opening for The Ramones in 1984 at The Ritz in New York. Power Play opens with a feral blast of hardcore thrash in the Black Flag vein, relentlessly pulverizing the eardrums for just under a minute.

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