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Naked Aggression

March March Alive

Broken Rekids

This album was recorded live at Gilman Street in San Francisco, and it is everything you would expect from a real kickass punk rock band. Naked Aggression plays loud, fast, and hard; their songs are so full of energy that you can almost see a frenzied mosh pit full of kid slamming to the music. Kirsten Patches, the female lead vocal, has the perfect tough-girl voice that practically embodies the image of naked aggression. Having been recorded live, the music is consistent in its sound and intensity; it just rocks. March March Alive won’t disappoint you.

Broken Rekids, P.O. Box 460402, San Francisco, CA 94146


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