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Both Worlds

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Roadrunner

John Joseph (former Cro-Mags) and the crew are back with another CD to kick your ass. It’s got that “Orange 9” sound, with raw melodic vocals.

It sounds pretty rockin’º literally. It takes all parts of today’s rock and deals them out in mashed songs. You won’t like it if you don’t like songs that are prevalent on the local radio “rock station.” I usually can’t stand them, but this is by someone I know – so it’s OK to listen to it around my friends! (Kind of like Into Another on Revelation) I love double standards! Roadrunner, 536 Broadway, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10012


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