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Go!- What We Build Together 7” ~GORILLA BISCUITS!

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Go!- What We Build Together 7”.  In a nutshell, GO! were a New York Hardcore band around from 1989-1991 and have gotten back together here and there over the years and this is their last classic single. GO! were about an awful lot and they were so fucking sarcastic and funny that it made you listen. They were Pro-Gay and Lesbian; Feminist and anti-Sexism; anti-Racism and Violence. Yup. No apologies. And songs about power and civilization and society etc. Pretty serious stuff, but they made a way to make it fun and make you take note. Life is balance. If you're into Gorilla Biscuits, MDC, Negative Approach and stuff like that try it out. Great Hardcore from NY with well thought-out lyrics with no neanderthal crap here. 8 songs in all. Import from France.

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