Doghead - Fuck The Facts - Mullet Fever (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Tracks were composed and recorded Fall and originally released on CD-Rs. Tracks were recorded May and originally released as the FourOninE 3" CD-R limited to 99 copies. Everything was re-mastered January at CB Audio/5(3).
  2. History Formation (–) Fuck the Facts began early in as an unnamed recording project by Topon Das. The project remained nameless until featured on a compilation in , where Topon decided upon the name Fuck the Facts after a song from the first Naked City album.A self-titled cassette was released on Topon's own Dedfuk Records that compiled all .
  3. The catchphrase coined for this album is "37 songs in 35 minutes". Re-released on tape by Kill for Food Records (release date unknown). Recording information.
  4. Img_capt = Fuck the Facts in Left to right: Mathieu Vilandré, Topon Das, Mel Mongeon. Img_size = Landscape = Yes.
  5. Jul 14,  · Canadian grindcore legends FUCK THE FACTS has teamed up with jarraenibijsnaledepeculsilasa.coinfo for the exclusive video premiere of ‘Solitude’ from their upcoming album ‘Desire Will Rot’ due out on August 25th via their indie label Noise Salvation and available for pre-order for only $4 here plus pre-order of 12” vinyl, CD, and Cassette available at.
  6. Fuck the Facts - Doghead (loading lyrics) 4. Fuck the Facts - Burning the Grindcore Rule Book (loading lyrics) 6. Fuck the Facts - Mullet Fever (loading lyrics) 7. Fuck the Facts - Gag Abflex (loading lyrics) 8. Fuck the Facts - Honey Please Not in Front of the Children Fuck the Facts - If You're , Then.
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  8. Mullet, any of the abundant, commercially valuable schooling fishes of the family Mugilidae (order Perciformes).Mullets number fewer than species and are found throughout tropical and temperate regions. They generally inhabit salt water or brackish water and frequent shallow, inshore areas, commonly grubbing about in the sand or mud for microscopic plants, small .

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