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Fathead - Screeching Weasel - Kill The Musicians (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Fathead Lyrics: Why don't you beat it, why don't you go away / You smelly butt why don't you go away / You're just a turd, why don't you go away / Sit on it nerd, why don't you go away / Dummy.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Kill The Musicians on Discogs. Label: Recess Records (2) - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Test Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Pop Punk5/5(2).
  3. Screeching Weasel Are legends in the punk bulsoagemorado.tranalefcasigenwelscasganskenlayhoo.infoinfo cd is a compilation and it is one of the best cds you could ever buy.I would Highly suggest this to any fan of punk music or any fan of music for that bulsoagemorado.tranalefcasigenwelscasganskenlayhoo.infoinfo are 31 songs on here and every one of them are bulsoagemorado.tranalefcasigenwelscasganskenlayhoo.infoinfo The opening track "Kamala's Too Nice" To the ending of the cd "Science Of Myth" This cd will keep you singing the /5(10).
  4. Jan 20,  · Kill The Musicians. Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  5. Been curious about how to play your favorite pop punk songs on guitar? We've got the answers in the new "Best of Screeching Weasel: The Complete Guitar Transcription" book available in a printed, spiral-bound OR digitial bulsoagemorado.tranalefcasigenwelscasganskenlayhoo.infoinfo out your six-string and play along to Ben and the gang.
  6. That side of Screeching Weasel can be found on the later tracks, along with some live recordings taken from their last American tour. But regardless of what this band's most appealing era is, Kill the Musicians would be the compilation needed to help fulfill one's goal .
  7. colored vinyl LP reissue of this album from the Chicago Pop-Punk all-stars. Originally released in , the album has sold over , copies, and remains one of the genre's most beloved releases. Remastered and packaged with new liner notes by the band /5(15).
  8. Released in , Kill the Musicians was meant to serve as a "cleaning up" of loose ends after Screeching Weasel's breakup in The compilation collects demos, b-sides, vinyl-only EPs, and other various odds and ends the band had accumulated in their career from to Genre: Punk rock, pop punk, skate punk.

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