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Borstal - Oxymoron - Fuck The Nineties... Heres Our Noize (Vinyl, LP, Album)



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Posted 30.07.2019 by Kakus in category "Alternative

9 COMMENTS :

  1. By Yobei on
    Records in October of that year, which led to a full-length album deal. While recording Fuck The Nineties—Here’s Our Noize, bassist Filzlaus left the band, and was eventually replaced by a friend, Arne. Helen of Oi! Records originally released the album on vinyl in May , and re-released it on CD in the United States in February
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  2. By Kerg on
    Records originally released the album on vinyl in May , and re-released it on CD in the United States in February Following the release of Fuck The Nineties—Here’s Our Noize, which received great underground reviews, Oxymoron began to tour across Germany as well as in Europe.
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  3. By Tujas on
    Oxymoron is a German Oi!/streetpunk band formed in The band was founded by Sucker (vocals) and his cousin Bjoern (drums), who recruited two friends, Martin (guitar) and Filzlaus (bass). Originating from the Erlangen/Nuernberg area of Germany, their first real public performance was at an annual punk rock festival in their hometown, along.
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  4. By Milar on
    Find Oxymoron bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Oxymoron began in the early '90s when the punk.
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  5. By Vurisar on
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Fuck the Nineties Here's Our Noize! and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
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  6. By Samuro on
    Nov 18,  · From the album "Fuck The 90's, Here's Our Noise".
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  7. By Tautilar on
    Oxymoron song lyrics collection. Browse 71 lyrics and 29 Oxymoron albums.
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  8. By Tar on
    A Kinks song — “Definite Maybe” — includes these lyrics: Is there a change in my position? No decision, no decision. All I ever get is a definite maybe. An Elton John song — “Who Needs It?” — includes these lyrics: Who needs it, who needs it? I ne.
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  9. By Guzuru on
    Artist: VA, Album: A Tribute To Oxymoron (Fuck The Tributes, Here’s Our Noize), Genre: Oi! / Street Punk, Country: International, Released: A Tribute To Oxymoron (Fuck The Tributes, Here’s Our Noize) Genre: Oi! / Street Punk Country If you are having trouble downloading the album, try turning off Adblock, or try another.
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