the Help | Justice, Impunity, Foodstuffs and so Forth...

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Justice, Impunity, Foodstuffs and so Forth...

by the Help

Punk rock based in Portland, Oregon in the lineage of Fugazi, Husker Du and The Minutemen. "It's really good." -Ian MacKaye of Fugazi
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Treat the Help
5:01 album only
2. Maryann
8:11 album only
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3. Pinche Vida
5:09 album only
4. Shop Talk
3:56 album only
5. Blockbuster
2:58 album only
6. Last Naming
4:40 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THIS IS A VERY RARE LIMITED EDITION DISC WITH HANDMADE CD COVER.

BAND BIO
Jon Brier, John Skelton and Mike Spine formed The Help in 1995 in Portland, OR. The band was created as an outlet for three like-minded people who shared a passion for music and working for social justice.

The Help played two years of benefit concerts and all ages shows with musicians ranging from Pete Krebs to the Murder City Devils. In 1996, Spine formed the Global Seepej Record label and released The Help's well received album "Justice, Impunity, Foodstuffs and so forth..."

After the completion of a West Coast tour, Jon Brier and John Skelton decided to do some extended traveling and working in Chiapas, Mexico and Guatemala. Mike began to channel his musical energy into working on a solo album and experimenting with other musicians and writing songs for projects that would follow (At the Spine, The Beautiful Sunsets, a solo album, Bit Part, The Plains, etc.).

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