• 01. Don't Come Back
    02. Standing Strong
    03. Blind
    04. Revenge
    05. Disillusion
    06. Nothing More To Say
    07. Until The Day I Die
    08. A Part Of Me
    09. Now And Forever
    10. Ignorance
    11. Sub/Culture
    12. Just How Much
    13. All My Mistakes
    14. Two Words


    Rejoining the Forces

    [engl] The Italians of Two Words have come a long way. With roots in the hardcore scene of the early 90s, the band members have always remained true to themselves and their social and political principles. So it's almost natural that after a first 7", the band teamed up with Crucial Response Records to release their debut album. On "Rejoining The Forces", Two Words bang out twelve Youth Crew anthems with plenty of singalongs and mosh parts. There is also a reworked version of "Disillusion", a song by Think Twice, the old band of Two Words guitarist Freddy and drummer Gonzo, as well as a Chain of Strength cover. The LP is available in three colorways blue, red and white with an elaborately designed cover and a large lyric insert.

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