Danger's Close - Apathy album flac
- Album: Apathy
- FLAC: 1160 mb | MP3: 1680 mb
- Released: 2010
- Style: Punk, Psychobilly, Rockabilly, Pub Rock
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 429
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|4||Out Of Your Depth|
|6||What's Your Problem?|
|8||Waste Of Space|
|10||Just Being A Man|
|11||Closer Than You Think|
|12||Out Of Your Depth (Acoustic)|
- Recorded At – Amblin Man Studios
- Photography – Andy Culture, Librasnake Photography
Apathy Lyrics: Пошли прочь, Я не хочу вас видеть, Тупое стадо, Пройди мимо, Ты всего лишь зритель, Спалю напалмом, Крутим dope, Вместе с моим бро, Shawty разъебет твой дом, Broke в сети.
INGESTED official music video for "Narcissistic Apathy". Directed by Tom Cronin.
Like a giant scroll spread across the sky.
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Chad Bromley (born March 8, 1979), better known by his stage name Apathy (formerly "The Alien Tongue"), is a rapper and producer from Willimantic, Connecticut. His first major release was his debut album; Eastern Philosophy in March 2006 with guest appearances from Celph Titled, Ryu, and Blue Raspberry. His second album Wanna Snuggle? was released in 2009 and his third studio album Honkey Kong was released in 2011, both to critical acclaim
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