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Taking You With Me - Career Suicide - Machine Response (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Taking You With Me - Career Suicide - Machine Response (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Fenrizilkree says:
    Jan 21,  · Career Suicide - - Machine Response 01 - Cut And Run 02 - Break Away 03 - Borrowed Time 04 - Tighten The Screws 05 - Total Neglect 06 - Blank Expression 07 - Distractions 08 - .
  2. Daigore says:
    If you like old-school hardcore, you should probably hear this album, and you can do that below. Machine Response is out 2/24 on Deranged. Tags: Career Suicide.
  3. Moogum says:
    Toronto hardcore punk greats Career Suicide have been teasing their big comeback album Machine Response for quite some time. Now, after a long wait, the LP is finally available to be streamed in full.
  4. Zoloran says:
    Feb 22,  · Toronto hardcore legends Career Suicide are back with a slamming LP titled Machine Response. Though this lineup includes current and former members of such luminescent bands as Fucked Up.
  5. Zugore says:
    So, it’s no surprise that their first LP in TEN YEARS, Machine Response clicks in right where ’s Attempted Suicide left off. Tracks like “Distractions” and “Borrowed Time” still cut right to the bone with 90 second blast of rage.
  6. Kazrami says:
    Artist: Career Suicide Album: Machine Response Genre: Hardcore / Punk Country: Canada Released: Format: MP3 CBR kbps Tracklist Cut and Run Break Away Borrowed Time Tighten the Screws Total Neglect Blank Expression Distractions No Walls, No Curtains Suffocate Taking You with Me.
  7. Yogis says:
    We agree: it just sounds better on vinyl. Build or expand your collection with popular pre-orders, new releases, and best-selling vinyl. Explore our selection of records by price point, by genre & more.
  8. Brar says:
    Feb 15,  · The Suicide Machines have historically been known for pounding, screaming punk rock, a respectable genre well worth exploring. But on their new album, they go for something *gasp* different. There's always talk of "selling out" when bands explore a different sound.3/5(71).

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