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released February 26, 2015

Recorded and Mixed by Pat Hills at Earth Tone Studios in Northern California.

Songs originally written and recorded by Cock Sparrer and Rancid

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Things we enjoy... Pop Punk from the 90's, Burritos, Touring, Recording & Dive Bars from the 90's,

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Track Name: Take 'em All (Cock Sparrer)
We worked our way up from East Bay Clubs
To gigs and back stage passes
Ex-boxing champs, West end clubs
Americans in dark glasses
Driving ten grand cars, they drink in hotel bars
They're even making money in bed
They wouldn't be no loss, they ain't worth a toss
It's about time they all dropped dead.

Take 'em all, take 'em all
Put 'em up against a wall and shoot 'em
Short and tall, watch 'em fall
Come on boys take 'em all


Well tough shit boys, it aint our fault
Your record didn't make it
We made you dance, you had your chance
But you didn't even take it
Well, I gotta go make another deal
Sign another group for the company
I don't suppose we'll ever meet again
You'd better get back to the factory.

Take 'em all, watch 'em fall
Track Name: St. Mary (Rancid)
She's got her ticket and she's waitin' at the station
She's got to get away - as far as she can
Her problems will arise as sure as the sun does shine
She's got to get used to living on the line

Now Mary's out the door with a loaded .44 in her hand
Shootin' down the law that shot down her dear departed man

When I last saw her she was lookin' troubled
She said this is the 90's I'm gonna be alright
She took the Greyhound in to Salinas
I got a letter then that she dropped out of sight

Shrouded in anger Encompassed by pain He was your
best friend and now you'll never ever ever see him again