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    GORIES

    Outta here

    Their third and final LP, following a super-fine slew of two LPs and five 7''''s on In The Red, AuGoGo, SupPop, Estrus, New Rose. THE GORIES were set on self-destruct throughout their career, but always pulling together to knock out damn great live shows, blazing out a careening stew o? 50s blues/R&B and 60s punk.
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    LP
    Release-Datum
    01.01.1997
     

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