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Saturday, March 05, 2011

Red Dons - Death to Idealism (2007, Brazilian Press LP 2009)

UPDATE: This post was re-uploaded 04/15/2014. Enjoy, NØ 


Zer0_II said...

It's good to see you back my friend. I hope that your school workload isn't as overwhelming now. I haven't had a chance to listen to this, but I'm sure it will be great, as the albums you post always are. Ironically enough I was considering posting some punk rock albums also in an attempt to "return to my roots" so to speak, which is the genre I primarily focused on when I first started DM.

Strange Ranger said...

@Zer0_II: Yeah, I haven't been able to post in weeks. Spring break now, I hope to get in a few good ones despite having no shortage of school work. The fact that I don't have to go to campus everyday, that will give me some extra time. I'll be busy all week until Friday night when I get a reprieve to see Murder By Death play. Gosh, I am looking forward to that.

Punk is sort of like my "native language". I knew it first, but then branched out and learned others. I have a couple other punk titles I plan to post this week, and some eighties electronic LPs.

Ogoun Ferraille said...

Hi !

The link seems dead..!

Could you reup this one please ?



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