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No Mistake- Connect The Dots 7” ~EX GO! / PERMANENT RUIN!

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No Mistake- Connect The Dots 7”.  There once was a time when Hardcore had no metal influences back when dinosaurs roamed the earth with names like SSD, YDI, Jerry's Kids, Negative Approach and Deep Wound. You could honestly feel the bands were actually straining themselves if the songs made it past the two minute marker. Well these guys sound exactly like that. Good production and a straight ahead Hardcore attack make this one a winner. If you like Negative Approach, SSD, Straight Ahead, Youth of Today, than definitely give this a listen. 9 songs in about 15 minutes featuring ex-GO! founder Mike Bullshit along with members of Permanent Ruin and In Disgust. These were all pressed on various shades of red and we got copies of a few of the different shades of red in the picture. Import from France.

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