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Ed Warner- Apocalyps Buddies 10” ~GOVERNMENT WARNING!

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Ed Warner- Apocalyps Buddies 10”.  This is the first full length from Ed Warner from France and gives you an idea of where the band came from. Their last album was a throat-slitting blend of crust, punk, hardcore, d-beat and a little thrash.  This ten song rippper is a burly mix of punk and hardcore in the veins of DS-13, Minor Threat, Government Warning and Deadfall and gives you an idea of what the band cut their teeth on in their evolution to how they sound now.  Ed Warner include ex members of DFI, Verbal Razors and Urban Struggle.   The 10" includes a two sided insert lyrics sheet.  Import from France.

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