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Running with the youth!!

where are the reviews?, well at least this band is not a burn-out

Total Chaos is AMAZING

I love Total Chaos. I saw them a while back and Rob Chaos, for being so old has some intense energy on stage. The guitarist was just eating away at his guitar and the drummer and bassist were just going wild. That is no different than from what we hear on their albums. There are so many punk anthems on here that its impossible not to put it on with a buch of wild kids and get drunk to it. My favorite songs on it are Another Boot Party, Running with the Youth, Army Song, Lost Boys, Complete Control, and Riot City. This album is a instant buy. (buy a physical copy to support the band)

Chode rock

Simply outstanding in a totally horrible and useless and half witted sort of way. If you are a loser and an idiot you will love every song like it is your pathetic goofy last.

Anarchistadors!

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Riverside, CA punks Total Chaos formed in 1988, comprising singer Rob Chaos, guitarist Gary Doom, bassist Joe E. Bastard and drummer Gearbox at the time of their self-released debut LP We Are the Punx, We Are the Future. Doom exited the group soon after, and upon installing new guitarist Ronald McMurder, Total Chaos signed to Epitaph, issuing Pledge of Defiance in 1994. Second guitarist Germ joined the fold for 1995's Patriotic Shock, but by the time of the follow-up Anthems from the Alleyway only...
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