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1 min 43 sec
4.09 / 5.00

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"UFOs" by Low Tolerance (Track #02 from Low Tolerance's self-titled album)

Recorded March 19-21, 1993 at RESIN RECORDING Denton, TX by Sam McCall

Self-released on cassette May 1993, digital release June 2006

Analog-to-digital transfer: June 2006 at S&M Soundworks, Houston, TX

Neil Barrett - Guitar, Vocals (later of Dolores, Porno Helmut, Kneel, and now The Dead See)
Jake Johnson - Bass, Vocals
Mike Gill - Guitar
Jamie Brock - Drums, Vocals (later of Crushstory and The Fabulous Baker Boys)
Brad Smith - Vocals, Vocals

Lighted flying saucers gotta stop and stare
look at those UFOs floating through the air
hidden by the army falling from the skies
little bitty Martians with big beady eyes

I believe in UFOs I love sci-fi shows

Coming down to earth
to destroy the human race
they abduct us from our homes
and take us into space
there's nothing we can do
but live in constant fear
the UFOs are coming
the UFOs are here

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Old schoooool! :D (2)

Amazing stuff, Its a true oldcholl Punk Rock/Hard Core with atitude.
I'm giving it a 10 because i dont give a shit 4 the record quality(it gets a "live" felling^^), your band is awesome!!!
Nice lyrics.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Holy shit I actually found real punk on newgrounds thats a first. Sounds like it was recorded on a busted 4-track but it only increases the believability of the music. Straight out of the 80's and I would take it any other way.

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cultdeadcow responds:

Thanks. This is from 1993, word.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Old schoooool! :D

Nice stuff guys :)
Keep it up

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