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Cheer

Drug Church

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1.1
Grubby
Drug Church
1:37
1.2
Strong References
Drug Church
2:59
1.3
Avoidarama
Drug Church
2:58
1.4
Dollar Story
Drug Church
2:43
1.5
Unlicensed Guidance Counselor
Drug Church
3:49
1.6
Weed Pin
Drug Church
4:42
1.7
Unlicensed Hall Monitor
Drug Church
3:21
1.8
Foam Pit
Drug Church
2:31
1.9
Conflict Minded
Drug Church
2:57
1.10
Tillary
Drug Church
4:46
Total Playing Time    32:23
"Cheer is the Drug Church zenith with a poppy edge that — from a space all their own — recalls the Pixies, Fountains of Wayne and Culture Abuse ... Combining the passionate onslaught of hardcore with a reasonable portion of grunge and radio-ready power pop, the New York group's cynical punk tone often feels effortless." - Exclaim Drug Church is a hardcore punk band who write fast-paced, aggressive songs that take a sardonic approach to issues of social concern. Musically the band mixes hardcore punk in the style of bands like Black Flag with alternative rock and grunge elements. The lyrics to their songs focus mostly on social matters and tend to be dark and/or satirical.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Pure Noise Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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