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No Sir I Won't/Autonomy- Split LP ~CRASS!

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No Sir I Won't/Autonomy- Split LP.  A perfect pairing of groups that infuse their own gloomy midwestern outlook into their music. Both bands have their very own unique way of sprinkling dark melodies into abrasive apocalypic Punk Rock. Autonomy dish out their best batch of songs on this split. They play a Crass-inspired brand of dark and melodic Peace Punk.  Their song 'Affect Heuristic' is pretty fuckin powerful. On the flip No Sir, I Won't are from Boston and feature members of Brain Killer and Awful Man. Their side is a bit harder and they belt out 5 Conflict-style anthems. With split records, I’m usually left liking one band over the other. But this is one of the few that comes to mind where each band is at the top of their game. Highly Recommended!

 

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