307 | Live at FNL: 5.12.06 EP

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Live at FNL: 5.12.06 EP

by 307

4 live performance tracks with a nice rock/garage feel to them.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cautionary Tales For Children (live)
2:36 $0.89
2. Certificate to Panzuma (live)
3:24 $0.89
3. Reconnaissance Mission (live)
3:29 $0.89
4. Black & White
2:55 $0.89
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307 is a Philadelphia based band that consists of Bruce Leto, Jake Gavin, and Ben Mascioli. They play a garage sound rock with a pop punk tang to it. This live EP was recorded on Friday, May 12th at a school dance by Chris Jahnle. It consists of 3 live tracks (Cautionary Tales for Children, Certificate to Panzuma and Reconnaissance Mission) and a a pre-show recording of Black & White.

Fresh and raw sounding, this album is fun to listen to with the energy of a young, live performance. 'Live at FNL: 5.12.06 EP' was released a few months prior to the release of 307's debut album "Basement Tape".



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