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The Vandals

Hitler Bad, Vandals Good


Well, it’s finally happened – the Vandals went out and released another album. In this edition, they make fun of country singers, people that are going to hell, Europeans, Gov’t Thought Control and Movie Producers . They also take a the time to talk about serious issues such as depression, divorce, interracial relationships, and being poor . The songs on this disc are fast, repititious and incorporate a lot of odd or strange instruments and beats not usually associated with punk rock. Included is Pennywise’s “Come Out Fighting,” dedicated in the memory of Jason Mathew Trisk (who wrote the song). Nitro Records, 7151 Warner Ave., Suite E736, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

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