Simply Kung Fu | The Gift of Pain

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The Gift of Pain

by Simply Kung Fu

The 1999 follow up to Hoo Flung Doo. Up Tempo Guitar driven songs with aggressive breakdowns. Produced By Donell Cameron (Bad Religion, Rancid, Propaghandi)
Genre: Metal/Punk: Skatepunk
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1. Ten Cavities
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2. Playmate
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3. Poser
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4. Ska Repellant
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5. Annual
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6. Lexus
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7. Shit for Brains
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8. Cheap Shot
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9. For Me to Know and You to Find Out
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10. Follow the Leader
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11. Sunday
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12. Basiphobia
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13. She Devil
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14. Drag
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The 1999 follow up to Hoo Flung Doo. Up Tempo Guitar driven songs with aggressive breakdowns. The lyrical content of this record deals with feelings surrounding the changing relationships formed in the band's teenage years and the contrast experienced as 5 friends transitioned into adulthood. Produced by Donnell Cameron (Bad Religion, Rancid, NOFX,)

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Trav

These guys rule.
I have owned their first album "Hoo Flung Du!" for as long as I can remember in one format or another, but I had searched the ends of the earth for their second album with no luck. Actually, when I got the digital album from here, it was the first time I had ever seen the album artwork. The record itself is SICK. It's FAST, tight, melodic, and contrary to a lot of other more obscure 90's punk bands, great production. SKF are back doing their thing again with lots of goings on in 2015, so support them in any way you can. They're good dudes.
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