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Cheena / Spend the Night With… [2016]

[Label: Sacred Bones Records | Cat#: SBR-160]
  1. Cry For Help (2:49)
  2. Fever (1:46)
  3. Car (3:17)
  4. Jane (3:03)
  5. Electric Snoopy Gang (5:23)
  6. Stupor (1:59)
  7. Tarzan (2:49)
  8. 7 Nights (2:50)
  9. Liberated Animal (3:07)
  10. Lost My Way (2:59)
  11. M.E. (1:50)


  1. TheOB3 August 7, 2016

    Err God, Whoever has the physical strength and inner-fortitude to listen to this from beginning to end should be our next President of the USA.

  2. jeez August 8, 2016

    This is good stuff; the guy above doesn’t get it.

  3. PostStalinReview August 8, 2016

    The OB3 doesn’t get it. Punk music as an entity was in it’s hey-day back to `1977 when the Sex Pistols released the epic punk rock record “Never Mind The Bullocks”. The medium (Punk Rock) took twist and turns, amorphous changes culminating with The Clash moving the medium to pop rock: Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Punk is raw, not cerebral in a musical sense relying usually on I V I major chord progressions. Punk is all about attitude and the art of moving an audience with very little musical ambition. If the OB3 doesn’t get it, then that listener has tuned out the genre, it no longer exist for certain listeners. In 30 years techno/electronic music take the same dive as did Punk Rock? Stay tuned.

    • Robert Bonacita August 8, 2016

      That’s what she said

    • Stromboli August 9, 2016

      “Never mind the Bullocks” as in Sandra Bullock’s family? I never knew they felt so strongly about Hollywood’s sweetheart

    • Super Modified Redneck Driver August 12, 2016

      “Punk is raw, not cerebral” STFU and give Fugazi some ear time, jerk!

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