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AGAINST ALL AUTHORITY - 2003 - LIVE AT THE FIRESIDE BOWL

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    AGAINST ALL AUTHORITY - 2003 - LIVE AT THE FIRESIDE BOWL
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    01 Destroy What Destroys You (Live).mp3
    02 It Really Sucks When (Live).mp3
    03 Another Fuck You Song (Live).mp3
    04 We Won't Submit (Live).mp3
    05 Walking Revolution (Live).mp3
    06 Chelsea Baby (Live).mp3
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Live At The Fireside Bowl
    Release Date : 2003

    Track 7 is listed on the back cover art as "Chelsea Baby", but is not actually included on the CD.[disc art:] Manufactured and distributed exclusively by Liberation Records.[back cover art:] Manufactured and distributed exclusively by Liberation Records
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    AGAINST ALL AUTHORITY Biography

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    Politically charged ska-punk band originally from Miami, Florida. The band formed in 1992 and had been touring & releasing material up until their disbandment in 2007.

    Band members: Joe Koontz, Danny Lore, Tim Pagones, Fin Leavell
    Band ex-members: , Tim Coats, Jeremy Kaiser, Spikey Goldbach, Mack Proenza, Alan Veronese, Kris King, Joey Jewkes
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    Against All Authority (often abbreviated as -AAA-) is a DIY ska-punk band. They were founded in Miami, Florida in 1992, driven by willingness to promote their message: "questioning our economic differences and promoting our human similarities," as stated by their official site. A strong engagement in political and social issues is clearly evident in their lyrics. On an early stage, -AAA- decided to book concerts, make recordings, and even produce band t-shirts on their own. Later, they signed to Hopeless Records and became one of their major bands. In addition to touring and recording, the band is frequently involved in demonstrations and social projects. They have also influenced a number of other bands.

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    Label - Liberation Records (3)

    US Punk label