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Louder- Tear Me Up 7” ~RADIOACTIVITY!

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Louder- Tear Me Up 7”.  Second single from Japan’s Louder after their killer debut LP. These two tracks were recorded during the same session as the LP and the two tracks kind of represent the two extremes of the band's sound. The A-side is a little poppier than anything on the LP. It’s just a great, straight-up classic punk song with a huge chorus worthy of being on the same label as Radioactivity. And the B-side has a super short track that shows the band at their toughest and punkest. Definitely an essential piece of the Louder puzzle if you've been following the band from the beginning and necessary listening if you were into the LP. This signle comes in two sleeve variations: black ink on white paper and black ink on army green paper. Your copy will be one of these cover combos!

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