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Mouth Sewn Shut - Pandemic = Solution - 2006 (USA)

Discussion in 'Other downloads' started by Malignance_is_bliss, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Malignance_is_bliss

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    filling a request.

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    1. Burning Them Down
    3. Get The Gun
    4. Whether Or Not
    5. Stealing From You
    6. Pandemic Solution
    7. Flags And Banners
    8. Starting To Fall
    9. Prove Them Wrong
    10. I Refuse
    11. Eminent Domain
    12. Finally Came Down To Bombs
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Pandemic = Solution
    Release Date : 2006

    Recorded at Galaxy Park Studios, Allston, MA! Mastered at Peerless Studios.Catalog# appears on spine as 'RPR 095' but is shown as 'RPR #095' on the CD.
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    Mouth Sewn Shut Biography

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    American hardcore punk band from Boston, active between 2005 and 2009.

    Band members: Bill Damon
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    Mouth Sewn Shut was a Boston-based crust punk band, active from 2005-2009. Arising out of vocalist Bill and guitarist Will's previous band Toxic Narcotic, the band combined anarchist political lyrics with musical influences from metal and reggae. They were signed to the independent label Rodent Popsicle, with distribution by Profane Existence. After its dissolution, members formed another band, Opposition Rising.

    Discography:
    2007 - Doomed Future Today
    2009 - 2009
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Rodent Popsicle Records

    Independent DIY punk rock label from Boston, Massachusetts. Owned and operated by the members of the Boston based band, Toxic Narcotic.

    The label was originally formed in 1992 in order to allow Toxic Narcotic to self release their own material. The label has expanded over the years, releasing material from many other bands.
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  2. punkmar77

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    Marshall Law, I know this is a Rodent Pospsicle release but is it also Profane Existence record?
     
  3. JackNegativity

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    Oooh, there seems to be to a beef with Profane Existance. Better make sure this is ok to be on here.



    From the sound of things, PE's motto should be : "Making punk a business again"


    Cool band though.
     
  4. Malignance_is_bliss

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    I'm not seeing it on their site, but that doesn't necessarily mean it isn't one of theirs. if you guys feel like you have to, go ahead and pull it.
     
  5. Malignance_is_bliss

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    apparently the other album is a PE release? I'm still unsure about this one...
     
  6. JesusCrust

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    We have Detestation downloads on this site, aren't they a PE band?
     
  7. SurgeryXdisaster

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    Mouth Sewn Shut does have an album on PE (Doomed Future Today),
    but this particular one was put out by Rodent Popsicle, not PE.

    PE has a discography page If you want to have a reference so we don't get chewed out:
    http://www.profaneexistence.org/records/discography
     
  8. some asian dude

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    I still don't think its right to call all PE bands sellouts, at least the earlier releases. the majority of these bands have only had one or two records put out by PE
     
  9. sludgefuck

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    why is it even a big deal it's a free download anyway. As if downloading is contributing to that site
     
  10. punkmar77

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    It's only a big deal if it is a PE release, I could give a fuck less about PE distribution, also if the band gives us permission then it's a go whether or not it's PE. This has nothing to do with who is or isn't a sell out, its the policy that APN has for uploads, if a band or a label wants their catalogue deleted then we oblige. I knew this was Rodent Popsicle so it stays, unless Mouth Sewn Shut says otherwise. :D
     
  11. SurgeryXdisaster

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    Dan has gotten pissed about it before and asked us to remove certain albums
    It's a problem to him because its NOT contributing to PE

    And no bands should not be considered sellouts just for being on PE
     
  12. some asian dude

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    [​IMG]
    hehehehe
     
  13. disfuck

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    dude thats hilarious ,dan just wants to profit and likes ripping off bands such as witch hunt but ive heard also labels such as tent city also collect profits from albums that the bands see nothing from , why cant we all just share ???? lol
     
  14. JackNegativity

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    The bands aren't sellouts. I don't see the problem with it being on here free. Hell if you like an album you DL enough, you'll (in my case anyway) end up buying the actual release anyway. I just think getting the music out to people should outweigh making a buck off of it.


    Moshpit Tragedy has the right idea.
     
  15. SurgeryXdisaster

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    Jack, no one is trying to prove otherwise.
    It's Dan Profane (Seen above) that has a problem with free music