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30 Songs about Love and Hate

Agathocles

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1996
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Cassette
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Side A
1. Big One  
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2. The Fog  
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3. Teachers  
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4. The Accident  
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5. Mutilated Regurgitator  
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6. Intro + Splattered Brains  
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7. Christianity Means Tyranny  
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8. Squeeze Anton  
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9. Introtyl  
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10. Treshold to Senility  
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11. Intro + Another Need to Be Fed  
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12. Screefreak  
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13. Bring Down Their Throne  
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14. Intro + Wipped from the Surface  
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15. Debalance Their Policy  
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16. Intro + Pigs in Blue  
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17. I Won’t Fit  
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Side B
18. Hippie Cult  
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19. Provoked Behaviour  
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20. Black Ones + Systemphobic  
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21. Anthropodislogical  
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22. Labelisation  
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23. What Mankind Creates  
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24. No!  
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25. Rejected Adaption  
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26. An Abstract  
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27. Faded Novelty  
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28. Senseless Trip  
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29. Here and Now  
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30. Is It Really Mine?  
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Jan Vocals, Bass, Guitars
Burt Drums
Matty Guitars
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Despite the cover says "100% Bootleg", this tape was heavily circulating in the second half of the 90's and it was mainly distributed by Insane Society Records.

Also the band mentions it in its endless discography.

Recording information:

Recorded live at Konsum und Kommerz Festival 16-09-1995.

Added by: baldadeath Modified by: Afra0732
Added on: 2018-11-25 02:43:08 Last modified on: 2019-10-13 05:15:24