MP301. Suburban Blight

02. Rise To Power

03. Capital Murder

04. Light At The End

05. Vultures

06. Food Not God

MP307. White Collar Crime

08. Pain Messiah

09. Property Damage

10. Cosmetic

11. Worth The Cost

12. Final Bullet

13. Zeroed Out

14. Fables

15. Forced Identity

16. Still...

17. See Me Bleed

18. Off Your Knees

19. Christy Vanity

20. Atrophy Of The Soul


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Suburban Blight

When speaking of "old-school punk," one band is sure to be mentionioned: F-Minus. Their second album for Hellcat brings with it a level of rabidity, intensity, and fury impossible of feigning. From the first track to the last, the album explodes with ungodly speed and attacks everything from politics and religion to misery and the human condition. The entire band shares vocal duties throughout the record and are all equally severe. It will only take a second for you to be grasped by the veracity of this record.


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No: #80436

US Rel. Date: 06/19/2001

EU Rel. Date: 06/06/2001

Type: Full


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Winnepeg Sun


If something's worth doing, it's worth doing loud, furiously and faster than a speeding bullet. That seems to be the motto of L.A. punks F-Minus on their...


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Mike SOS

Just when you start to lose faith in something, there comes a sign from God to make you feel at ease. F-Minus's latest disc is just what the hardcore...


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