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|4.||The Gentle Art of Making Enemies|
|6.||Cuckoo for Caca|
|8.||Ugly in the Morning|
|9.||Digging the Grave|
|10.||Take This Bottle|
|11.||King for a Day|
|12.||What a Day|
|13.||The Last to Know|
|14.||Just a Man|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 17, 2013 at 17:52|
|I'm not the world's biggest FNM fan, or the reigning expert on their music. I think I picked this tape out of a radio-station prize closet back in '95. It definitely has its enjoyable moments. Some punky tunes like "Get Out," "Diggin' The Grave" and "What A Day." Some lighter, funky moments like "Evidence" and "King For A Day," and a couple thrashier songs as well. Closest thing to a hit would be "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies," but I don't think this was one of the band's more popular albums.|
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