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Imperial Leather- Do you Know Where Your Children Are CD

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Imperial Leather- Do you Know Where Your Children Are CD. The second full length album from Stockholm’s IMPERIAL LEATHER. This new album sees a shift to a much more raw and primal sound, losing much of the poppy innocence of their previous releases. Whether you are a long-time fan or new to IMPERIAL LEATHER, this album is sure to be a new favorite: defiant female vocals over raw punk rock with a hint of classic American hardcore circa early 1980s AGENT ORANGE and WIPERS. Perhaps you have been living under a rock and do not yet know the joys of IMPERIAL LEATHER. This Swedish punk rock "super group" has been going for a half dozen years now and is made up of members whose numerous other projects count among legends, including MEANWHILE, NO SECURITY, DS-13, BRUCE BANNER, ABDUCTEE S.D., SPIDER CUNTS, etc. Really good shit if our a fan of any of the aformentioned bands.

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