Federal Offense ‎– You Think There's Not A Threat Anymore

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Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Federal Offense
A2 You Think There's Not A Threat Anymore?
A3 Stop This Violence
A4 I Wanna Be A Punk
B1 Asshole Employer
B2 Anti-War Song
B3 Ode To Tank Girl

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Includes poster and sticker.

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alexanderstormcrow

alexanderstormcrow

February 22, 2012
hey!! to whomever posted this album. this is one of the very first punk bands i ever saw live. i lived in amarillo texas at the 8th st house in like 97-98. this is arround the time brian deneke, a native crust punk of amarillo, was murdered by the mindless sack of upstanding, god worshiping, torch carrying, highschool coaches dick slurping, waiste of matter - DUSTIN CAMP. may his days b filled with the cocks of the incarcerated till his final ghasp!! anyway... i cant remember if federal offense played at the house or at "george engles house" whitch was west of town on some private land owned by Hunter Engles{a fantastic poet and performer) whos rich pseudopunk son ,george, would accomidate shows booked by the *th st kids. and were all glad he did!! federal offense was one of if not the first raw fucking thrash bands i ever heard.and that sho plus the kids who took me in that year changed my life forever.all i want is an audio copy of the & inch federal offense put out. i used to have it on vynil but it was lost over the years. i would buy the 7 " but i cant afford it. im about to leave amarillo again and hitch west to the coast and then north to seattle where a oneway ticket to anchorage awaits me. it would be super fucking cool if someone could share this album w me. i would be forever greatfull. thanks a ton. stay pissed! fuck the system! march and cough!

-alexander aka skippy