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A Lot to Learn

by The Nothings

80s punk that leans toward the likes of the Sex Pistols, Steve Jones and The Professionals.If you would like to drop the band an e-mail. please do at:www.thenothings@yahoo.com
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. A Lot to Learn
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2. Horrible Suspicion
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3. Do You Remember
3:16 $0.99
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4. Reality
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5. World War Three
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6. Nineteen Thirty Nine
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7. Secret Society
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This EP-CD was produced by Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols, containing melodic heavy laced guitar 80's style punk....a classic to own. Don't foget to check out their lastest release "Lovely" also available through CD Baby.
Check out the lastest happenings on "The Nothings" through their web site www.the-nothings.com or www.cookandjones.co.uk

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paul richardson

great guitar album
great cd you can hear the steve jones influence on the album which can only be a good thing,great guitar music!
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JR Manitoba

Power pop punk rock & roll!
Very good mixture of power pop, punk rock & straight out guitar rock from the Nothings. These guys were formerly members of the Lazy Cowgirls & the Creamers, and it shows on this disc. The Steve Jones production fits them well also. Worth a listen for sure.
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Max Radin

Steve Jones fans will want to own this...
A nice solid CD with a Ramones/Pistols style wall-of-sound -- nice and rough but the sound isn't too dirty. The vocalist has a distinctive voice, reminiscent of the 80s, but he could use a little help now and then, especially with the lyrics. When they tune is right, however, he goes for it, and it sounds good. One top-notch track -- Horrible Suspicion -- will have you hitting the replay button.
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