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Context - Various - Killed By Death #12 (All American Punk No Foreign Junk)

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  1. Click to view the UK's best range of rare and collectable punk LPs and 12" singles from the s to the present day. Shop now. tegesharnuazar.infoinfo VARIOUS: Killed By Death #12 (All American Punk No Foreign Junk) Redrum Records (KBD) 12, purple vinyl, sealed! £ format LP.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Killed By Death #12 at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(27).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Purple Marble Vinyl release of Killed By Death #12 (All American Punk No Foreign Junk) on Discogs/5(8).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Killed By Death #12 on Discogs/5(18).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Killed By Death #9 (All American Punk No Foreign Junk) on Discogs/5(2).
  6. 3rd all-American volume, except that it somehow also includes some Canadians. That's okay, Americans will eat anything, and I'm sure Canadians are included. Most brutal cuts here are courtesy of Boston's Unnatural Axe, Phoenix's Red Squares, Louisville's Endtables.
  7. The Killed By Death Series. Ice Man (Cheaters, USA, , from only 7") Feel Guilty (Stains, USA, , from only 7") Punk Rock Is Dead (Teenage PhDs, USA, , from only 7") The final volume of the "All American Punk" series. More real obscurities, .
  8. A mystery band from Greenwich, Connecticut. This bit of manic nonsense from Cheaters ('80) was the second release on Seattle's No Threes label. Kurt Bloch supplies his usual blasting guitar. Only a bunch of East coast Catholic fuck faces as Stains ('80) would express guilt over such poorly executed punk rock. Ten hail GGs and all is forgiven, our sons/5(18).
  9. Killed by Death (albums) The first four of these compilations, (Killed By Death #1-#4), were issued in by the Swedish label Redrum Records and featured tracks by obscure North American and European punk groups, as well as a few more well-known acts such as The Wipers, Zero Boys, Subhumans and the Beastie tegesharnuazar.infoinfo: Punk rock, Hardcore punk, Power pop, New wave.

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