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gg allin: Brutality And Bloodshed For Allcompact discs
Gg Allin: Brutality And Bloodshed For All

Released: Apr, 1993. Genre: Punk Rock. Label: Alive Records. Number Of Tracks: 15. GG Allin's last album before he died. His backing band on this album are The Murder Junkies, possibly his best. Recommended to any GG Allin, punk or hard rock fan.

POSTED: 04/11/2011 - 04:13 am

7.9
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gg allin: Freaks, Faggots, Drunks & Junkiescompact discs
Gg Allin: Freaks, Faggots, Drunks & Junkies

Released: 1988. Genre: Punk rock, hardcore punk. Label: Homestead Records. Number Of Tracks: 19. This is probably GG's most famous album of his later era when his voice became gravelly.

POSTED: 04/01/2011 - 03:36 am

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gg allin: Expose Yourself To Kidscompact discs
Gg Allin: Expose Yourself To Kids

Release Date: 1988. Genres: Punk Rock, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 3. Overall this EP is awesome and one of GG Allin's best releases, I recommend it to anyone into hard rock, punk or GG Allin. I would definitely buy it if I came across an actual copy of the EP.

POSTED: 03/24/2011 - 05:57 am

9.7
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gg allin: Always Was, Is, And Always Shall Becompact discs
Gg Allin: Always Was, Is, And Always Shall Be

Released: 1980. Label: Orange. Genre: Rock. Styles: American Underground, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 11. It's a raging, disturbingly sincere testament to misogyny.

POSTED: 07/29/2005 - 04:52 am

6.9
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gg allin: Expose Yourselfcompact discs
Gg Allin: Expose Yourself

Released: Aug 10, 2004. Genre: Rock. Styles: American Underground, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 11. It has all the classic GG, plus some rare acoustic songs. It's the typical GG sound quality, which is usually not-very-well produced.

POSTED: 07/23/2004 - 04:41 am

7.7
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