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  1. Brutal Juice A: Black Moment Of Panic B: Rock Town: Alternative Tentacles USA: VIRUS 7" 0: Zeni Geva A: Disgraceland B: Autobody: Alternative Tentacles USA: VIRUS 7" 0: D.O.A. A Benefit For The Friends Of Clayoquot Sound A: The Only Thing Green B: Folsom Prison Blues: Alternative Tentacles USA: VIRUS 7" 0.
  2. release, the debut album from the brand-new project featuring founding L.A. Guns member Mick Cripps and London Quireboys founder Nigel Mogg. The album is a mix of the members' influences from the dirty, leering blues of pub rock to the urgency of street punk and the synthesized dance ennui of 5/5(2).
  3. Born in Dallas and raised in the gonzo college town of Denton, TX, Brutal Juice started out as an acid-fueled excuse to turn amps to 11 and play with feedback loops during all-night backyard parties or in pizza parlours and art galleries turned pop-up music venues.
  4. TOM VERLAINE - A Town Called Walker 7". Released on Fontana Records. Vinyl EX+ Cover VG/VG+ $3 A master listing of various noise rock/punk vinyl records I have for sale as of now. Need it shipped? Brutal Juice- "Black Moment Of Panic" 7" Beta Boys/No Rules- split 7" Strangulated Beatoffs- s/t double 7".
  5. Brutal Juice, Post-Hardcore, Stoner Rock. Brutal Juice was formed in the early ’s in Denton TX by Singer/Guitarist Gordon Gibson, Drummer Ben Burt, Guita.
  6. Brutal Juice - Black Moment Of Panic b/w Rock Town (7", Single) Label: Alternative Tentacles Cat#: VIRUS Media Condition: Media: Very Good Plus (VG+) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) played once or twice, vinyl a little dusty. View Release Page: Seller: anthony_rootbeer; %, 31 ratings ; Ships From: United States%(31).
  7. artist title A title B Label & number price quantity in stock condition; s, The -- “Unsafe At 45 r.p.m.!” s Theme, Rat King, Unstoppable.
  8. Dec 05,  · Panic! At The Disco and Juice WRLD Just Proved Rap-Rock Is Still Generally a Bad Idea Emo legend and rising rap superstar collaborate on “Roses,” but the results are less than cohesive.

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