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Real Live Sound

Agent Orange

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awesome.

Agent orange is a classic. The dude who said bad singing probably has never listened to Agent orange other than 30 second clips. Buy this album. If their classic stuff is too slow for you.. for whatever reason... Bloodstains greatest hits is some of their best older stuff from the first couple albums but more fast and agressive. Agent orange is timeless.

Great Live record.

Pretty good record here even has 2/4's of the good Social Distortion line up from "Mommy's Little Monster" backing Mike Palm's Agent Orange. Buy this classic.

bad singing

just listen you will see

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Fullerton, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Punk to the core, yet with audible influences from early heavy metal and surf rock, Agent Orange formed in Fullerton, California at the end of the '70s, with vocalist/guitarist Mike Palm, bassist James Levesque, and drummer Scott Miller. The first Agent Orange record, released in 1981 on Posh Boy Records in the midst of Southern California's already hectic hardcore community, cemented their reputation as one of the best skate-punk bands around the area. Two EPs during the next few years were all...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Punk, Indie Rock
  • Released: Jul 1990

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