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'Rage and rampage' was kind of awful scandi disaster music, but 'Dynamite' sounded better. Will try to give them a better listen soon.

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'Rage and rampage' was kind of awful scandi disaster music, but 'Dynamite' sounded better. Will try to give them a better listen soon.


Ha, yeah its nowhere near HEAT etc.


Not bad for a listen though.


I dont know....I suppose I post all this stuff in case someone here loves it and they might not pick up on it??



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My word, yeah keep posting it. Love giving it all a go. I do that too with bands I don't personally like, only with the melodic rock bands. A lot of stuff like H.A.R.D, Homerun etc. I think is shit but people out there dig that kind of stuff and it's good to bring them to people's attention. :)

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