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The Mugs - Subject Of Assault album flac

  • Performer: The Mugs
  • Album: Subject Of Assault
  • FLAC: 1502 mb | MP3: 1899 mb
  • Released: 1983
  • Country: US
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The Mugs - Subject Of Assault album flac


Subject Of Assault
Take Her Away
You Sent Me Away
I'll Do What I Like
Nice And Plain
Thief In The Night
All I Need
Hey Do You Want Me
Take It From Here


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MI-7523A The Mugs* Subject Of Assault ‎(LP, Album) Mugs Records MI-7523A US 1983
NMJ-75233-MI The Mugs* Subject Of Assault ‎(Cass, Album) Mugs Records NMJ-75233-MI US 1986

THE MUGS - Subject Of Assault (1983 AOR). Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 14 янв. 2017 г. Album: "Subject Of Assault" (1983).

The Mugs ‎– Subject Of Assault. Label: Mugs Records ‎– MI-7523A. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo. Upper right hand corners on back and front of the sleeve say PRISM STEREO SYSTEMS. Address: MUGS Records & Tapes . Box 1079 Whittier, CA 90609. Rights Society: ASCAP.

Heavy Metal Dark Shift. 6. Forever Night - Part I: Last Sunrise. 7. Forever Night - Part II: Into the Shadows.

This was the last Nuclear Assault studio album (until Third World Genocide) to feature Danny Lilker. Ballroom Blitz" is a Sweet cover. Fashion Junkie" (Lilker, Evans, Connelly, Bramante) 3:44. Too Young to Die" (Evans, Connelly, Bramante, Lilker) 3:51. Preaching to the Deaf" (Connelly, Lilker) 4:49. Resurrection" (Lilker, Connelly, Bramante) 5:12.

Assault : Assault,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 2003. Labels HG Fact Partners In Crime Records. Estilo de MúsicaPunkcore. Membros têm este álbum0. 4. The End of Silence. Other productions from Assault.

Game Over is the debut album by speed/crossover thrash band Nuclear Assault, released in 1986.

Songs: Mind Compf, Errant Social Mile Marker, The Art Gospel of Aggravated Assault, Head Hanger to Be, Drag Migrator, Exitist. Members: Joe Mack, James Curl, Mike Rosswog.

It is first, impossible to discuss anything useful regarding sex and assault until we first acknowledge that we can’t make a move in this country without seeing, hearing, or experiencing something of a sexual nature. Corporations rely on this ‘marketing’ approach, and spend millions using women and girls to sell their product, and now their corporate ‘image’. To even broach the condition of equality is to back up any progress we might be posed to make on the subject of sexual discomfort, assault, and murder. You see the gravity of this don’t you? Does Ms. Tweeden understand the way in which she has damaged any hope of progress?