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Never Heard of It

Nopes

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Screens
The Nopes
1:41
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2:59
The Nopes
1:11
3
Saigon / Stow
The Nopes
3:01
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Cubes
The Nopes
1:56
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Corners
The Nopes
2:46
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I Hate Living in the City
The Nopes
2:35
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Full Time Greeter
The Nopes
1:44
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3:00
The Nopes
3:13
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Blinds
The Nopes
2:54
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Duran Duran Duran
The Nopes
4:07
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Poetry in Motion
The Nopes
2:29
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Ditches
The Nopes
3:15
Total Playing Time    30:52
On Never Heard of It, Oakland punk band the Nopes reflects influences including pre-hardcore/pro-punk suburban provocateurs like the Germs, Angry Samoans and Dead Kennedys. Recorded in Palo Alto by Jack Shirley (Deafheavan, Boss-De-Nage) and mastered by Will Killingsworth (Orchid, Ampere, Bucket Full of Teeth) this debut full-length release comes fueled by wanton sugar intake, corner store liquor and a well-worn copy of the Bad Brains album Rock for Light.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Magnetic Eye Records Studio Masters

Recorded, mixed and engineered by Jack Shirley at the Atomic Garden, Palo Alto, California

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