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Label: I-94 Recordings
Catalog Number: I-94-002
|1.||Don't Wanna Dance|
|2.||Bubble Gum Girl|
|3.||3873 Marlboro Street|
|6.||Wider The View|
|8.||Suit Of Armour|
|9.||Someday's Too Late|
|11.||Nuthin' For Christmas|
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|From: Cotton C. Lover||Date: March 31, 2005 at 14:26|
|Excellent cd. Downtown Nowhere, Electric Babysitters, and Li'l Childhood Dreams are cornerstones of the scene. A true must have.|
|From: Cotton C. Lover||Date: March 31, 2005 at 14:28|
|Whoops. Thought I was commenting on Joke's On You. hehe This one is also excellent, however. Marlborough Street, Someday's Too Late, Suit of Armour, and Wider the View (as well as the first two tracks) are all classics.|
|From: glamcityrocks||Date: March 22, 2006 at 16:11|
|I've this recorded on a tape from a good old friend from Barcelona yearz ago, still I'm looking for this megaglammonster cd Trash Brats in their finest hour,full of hooks, dirty riffs mixed with punkglam melodies that stick in your mind during, hours, days even weeks just listen "Marlboro ST","Gas boy", "someday's too late",..you will never be the same after have been poisoned by this Detroit lads & would like to add they were a huge influence for H.T.Mob,Queeny blast Pop, H.Teasze,..yearz later|
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