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War At Home - Sin 34 - Do You Feel Safe? (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Jan 28,  · Sin War At Home (From the Spinhead Records album ‘Do You Feel Safe?’ ) Natterers-Appetite For Distraction (From the Boss Tunage Records album ‘Head In Threatening Attitude’ ) Agnostic Front-Victim In Pain (From the Ratcage Records album ‘Victim In Pain’ ).
  2. Shop Do You Feel Safe [CASSETTE]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  3. Originally released in , Do You Feel Safe? (SIN 34’s only full length LP), captured the band in their short-lived prime. plus years out of print until now, JULIE, DAVE, PHIL and MIKE encapsulate the youthful spirit of a vital and influential music movement. Includes liner notes by band member DAVE MARKEY (We Got Power zine).
  4. War At Home, a song by Sin 34 on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  5. War at Home by LUNGLUST, released 21 July 1. The Host 2. Legacy 3. Slave to Faith 4. The War at Home.
  6. Anna summarises, “Sacro Bosco in Bomarzo is a creation carved out from one man’s head.A frozen thought lasting throughout time and touching people across generations. All thoughts fly, Ogni Pensiero Vola, is about this: the importance of sharing for surviving, creating space and evolving.
  7. Digitally remastered edition of this classic Hardcore Punk album. Formed in the wake of the first wave of LA punk, Sin 34 epitomized the Southern California hardcore scene at the time. Fast, defiant thrash; one part suburban teenage rebellion, one part crass satire, all held together by a thread of reckless adventuring.5/5(1).
  8. Do You Feel Safe?, an Album by Sin Released in on Spinhead (catalog no. SP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hardcore Punk.
  9. On Do You Feel Safe?, Sin 34 avoids that trap by applying an unusual, creative touch to each song, even if the difference is just rhythmic variation within the song. For example, the title track is a masterly jumble of rhythms that, after a slow warm-up, never loses touch with its thrash heart.

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