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WHAT REMAINS:
Destroys All Monsters: CD
I wanted to like this band as soon as I read the track list, because their song, “The Truth Is Never Flattery, Dr. Adams,” is a reference to This Island Earth, the classic ‘50s sci-fi flick skewered in the MST3K movie. From that note, I was expecting something more goofy, but What Remains still did not disappoint. Their brand of emo-inflected indie-flavored punk may not be the most creative, but, consarnit, sometimes you just want to hear something that’s good and enjoyable without trying to start a damned revolution. Sarah Shay –Guest Contributor (Dave’s Bedroom)


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·Madhouse Fog
·GET HUSTLE
·MILKY WIMPSHAKE
·VARIOUS ARTISTS
·SLUG AND LETTUCE, #73
·SPERM
·SHIVER
·DISCO FOR FERNS, A
·OWLS


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