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9 thoughts on “ Thanks, But No Thanks - Trash Talk - 119 (CD, Album)

  1. Label: Odd Future Records - 2 • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Post-Punk Trash Talk - (, Digipak, CD) | Discogs /5(2).
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  3. What makes such a great album is that Trash Talk have the formula of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" and they've got this down perfectly. There is no need for this band to expand, but they have anyway and with tracks such as "Thanks, But No Thanks" they do just that. On "Thanks," the thundering guitars recall a sound unheard of by the the.
  4. Oct 11,  · Trash Talk – by Michael Madden. on October 11, , But Sacramento’s Trash Talk have arrived at the helm of contemporary hXc thanks to .
  5. Trash Talk Lyrics. Album. Reasons Lyrics. Trash Talk - Reasons Lyrics. Artist: Trash Talk. Album: Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Run away run away, I set the stage, I .
  6. Oct 09,  · Thanks, But No Thanks Lyrics: You preach of necessary evils, "margins and bargains," bullshit and slogans / A lie is still a lie, and I see between the dotted lines / You sought me out, clawed at.
  7. In , hardcore punk-metal foursome Trash Talk signed to Odd Future's label for their fourth album, Perhaps they were accepted as the only non-rappers on the label because they had assisted Tyler, the Creator in live renditions of "Radicals," or due to a mutual interest in skateboarding and weed, but it's more likely that, like OFWGKTA, Lee Spielman, Garrett .
  8. is the fourth studio album by American hardcore punk band Trash Talk, released on October 9, via Trash Talk Collective along with Odd Future Records and RED Distribution. It is the first album by the band to be released on Odd Future Records, after Trash Talk signed with Odd Future 's label on May 30,
  9. In , hardcore punk-metal foursome Trash Talk signed to Odd Future's label for their fourth album, Perhaps they were accepted as the only non-rappers on the label because they had assisted Tyler, the Creator in live renditions of "Radicals," or due to a mutual interest in skateboarding and weed, but it's more likely that, like OFWGKTA, Lee Spielman, Garrett Price: $

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