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by The Prozacs

Heavily influenced by 90's Lookout Records! era, in the vein of Screeching Weasel, The Queers, MTX...with very personal lyrics, dealing with the struggles of life, satire and funny at times as well, and delivered with heartfelt passion and urgency.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Let's Go
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2. On Your Own
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3. Everyday After Day
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4. Bleeding from the Heart
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5. The Most Wonderful Thing
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6. Those Pants Would Look Better on Your Sister
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7. Hard
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8. Just Fine
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9. Don't Wanna Hear It
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10. Never Knew
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11. Stand Again
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12. You're the One
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13. Charlie Hargis
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14. Story of a Fallen Friend
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15. Pieces
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16. More Than Anything
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is The Prozacs second full length album, released originally in 2007 on Cheapskate records, and remains the bands biggest selling album. The sound and intensity of the lyrics took a shift in a new and wider direction, with much more personal lyrics, dealing with singer J Prozac's struggles of the work life, relationships, family, loss and the music scene. The music also takes on a heavier and often darker approach than previous Prozacs releases.

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