A Thousand Effigies | Medication

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Medication

by A Thousand Effigies

Melodic punk rock with an edge. Heavy enough to please the hardest punks, melodic enough to please your girlfriend.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Garage Punk
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1. Self Destructive
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2. Long Distance
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3. She Swallows My Sins
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4. Blessed and Cursed
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5. Medication
3:07 FREE
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6. Not For You
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7. Control
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8. Who's To Blame
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9. Don't Go
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10. Stoned Again
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11. Friend Or Foe
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12. Darkest Days
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13. I Don't Need You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
ATE is out of Boise, Idaho. Originally started in 2005 by guitarist Richard Radar, the band lineup changed a few times until bassist Mike Lee and drummer Eddie Stixx joined Radar and singer Bryce Schray to form ATE
and recorded the album "Medication." Shortly after the recording, Stixx left the band due to personal reasons. The band currently added a new drummer. This is their first album on 1332 records.

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Punk101

Good first album from a talented band.
Good songs, with hardly any filler, this is a cd you can listen to in your car or at a party and please everyone. I also like the wide range of topics in the songs.
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