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9 thoughts on “ No Jobs (Dont Work) - Birth A.D. - I Blame You (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. I Blame You by Birth A.D., released 08 December 1. Mission Statement 2. Equal Opportunity 3. Burn L.A. 4. Failed State 5. Bring Back the Draft 6. No Jobs (Don't Work) 7. This Scene Sucks 8. Violent Retribution 9. No, Man I Blame You Fill in the Blank Wrong Again Short Bus Society Cause Problems Kill Everybody
  2. In conclusion, rarely does an album these days inspire me to pick up a guitar and get back to work. If you are one of those jaded individuals who feels like the current metal and punk scene has little-to-nothing to offer you, Birth A.D. is a shot of adrenaline straight into the brain.
  3. Features Song Lyrics for Birth A.D.'s I Blame You album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  4. Come on in, forget the past Sign some papers, take a test We've got a job for you to do To warm a chair like all the rest Maybe you took tons of drugs Or sold more than you bought Maybe you committed crimes and never quite got caught Either that or you .
  5. May 28,  · Birth A.D. is the opposite: they take what their influences did and continue it onward. This band sounds like a hybrid of SOD and DRI circa that has found its own voice in the sarcastic, snarky and vicious articulation of Jeff A.D., who basically sees society for the immature, disorganized, panicked and deceptive mess that it is and calls 4/5(1).
  6. Mar 25,  · Whenever society gets too complacent and considers itself to be a success, Birth AD pops up out of a nearby container and reminds it that civilization is failing, most people are idiots and we’re probably all doomed. The difference is that Birth AD is funny and has good music, while just about anyone else criticizing society is a bore.. Coming to us from Austin, TX, Birth AD is a.
  7. Short Bus Society Lyrics: Take a look around you / Do you see any winners at all? / Everyone gets credit / And nobody is taking the fall / We're all afraid of losing / But we don't want to work to.
  8. So you've been hearing that voice again, the one that says you're not doing what you were born to do. That may be true, but how do you figure out what you should be doing? To begin answering this question, examine whether your current career path matches .
  9. I'm To Blame album for sale Dishman`s snappy,yet rueful vocal conveys the comedy of the everyman loser that we all know well. All bass thump on the record is also played by Pointer,but his strong,soulful,country-styled harp lifts many of the cuts. Leroy recorded at .

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