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misfits: Famous Monsterscompact discs
Misfits: Famous Monsters

Released: Oct 5, 1999. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 18. Though some would say that the Misfits just aren't the Misfits without the fiendish Glenn Danzig fronting them, Famous Monsters seems to indicate otherwise.

POSTED: 02/21/2005 - 07:12 am

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misfits: DEA.D. Alive!compact discs
Misfits: DEA.D. Alive!

Released: Feb 5, 2013. Genre: Horror Punk. Label: Misfits Records. Number Of Tracks: 14. It seems like Misfits are having a blast performing, almost to the point of not taking the recording seriously.

POSTED: 02/06/2013 - 07:22 am

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misfits: The Devil's Raincompact discs
Misfits: The Devil's Rain

Released: Oct 4, 2011. Genre: Punk Rock, Horror Punk. Label: Misfits. Number Of Tracks: 16. The seventh studio release by the Misfits, "The Devil's Rain" is a respectable album of horror-punk and metal. There is a touch more punk than in their last several releases.

POSTED: 10/05/2011 - 04:24 am

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misfits: Box Setcompact discs
Misfits: Box Set

Release Date: Feb 27, 1996. Label: Caroline. Genres: American Underground, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 104. Features a special enamel Fiends Club badge, a 28 page booklet with lyrics to all of the tracks featured, liner notes by Eerie Von, a complete discography, rare artwork & memorabilia and unpublished photos, and most importantly, 104 remastered tracks.

POSTED: 10/01/2007 - 03:52 am

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misfits: Earth A.D.compact discs
Misfits: Earth A.D.

Release Date: 1983. Label: Plan 9/Caroline. Genres: American Underground, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 12. With Earth A.D., Misfits speed up the tempo even more, which combined with their amateur musicianship to produce a wall of thrashy sonic murk.

POSTED: 07/14/2007 - 08:10 am

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misfits: Cuts From The Cryptcompact discs
Misfits: Cuts From The Crypt

Release Date: Oct 30, 2001. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Heavy Metal, Punk, American Underground. Number Of Tracks: 17. Cuts From The Crypt is obviously aimed at the die-hard Misfits fan, who won't get a good night's rest until they have every single track in their possession.

POSTED: 06/28/2007 - 12:25 pm

8.5
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misfits: American Psychocompact discs
Misfits: American Psycho

Released: May 13, 1997. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 17. Majority of American Psycho is simply labored and uninvolving and, in that respect, it's no different than most reunion albums.

POSTED: 12/04/2006 - 08:28 am

8.2
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misfits: Static Agecompact discs
Misfits: Static Age

Released: Oct 31, 1995. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 17. Static Age shows that early on the Misfits' particular vision was strong enough to last over a full-vinyl set.

POSTED: 08/14/2006 - 07:09 am

8.1
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misfits: Walk Among Uscompact discs
Misfits: Walk Among Us

Release Date: 1982. Label: Slash/Rhino. Genres: American Underground, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 13. The Misfits' debut full-length, Walk Among Us, rapidly became a legendary effort of US punk, the more so because it so willfully violated many rules which were already ironically straitjacketing the scene.

POSTED: 05/23/2006 - 03:57 am

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misfits: Legacy Of Brutalitycompact discs
Misfits: Legacy Of Brutality

Released: 1985. Genre: Rock. Styles: American Underground, Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 13. Legacy Of Brutality compiles a variety of Misfits rarities and outtakes, including the entire unissued portion of the band's unreleased 1978 debut, Static Age.

POSTED: 02/25/2006 - 01:58 am

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misfits: Famous Monsterscompact discs
Misfits: Famous Monsters

Released: Oct 5, 1999. Genre: Rock. Styles: Hardcore Punk. Number Of Tracks: 18. Though some would say that the Misfits just aren't the Misfits without the fiendish Glenn Danzig fronting them, Famous Monsters seems to indicate otherwise.

POSTED: 02/21/2005 - 07:12 am

8.7
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misfits: Project 1950compact discs
Misfits: Project 1950

Released: Jul 29, 2003. Genre: Rock. Styles: Garage Punk, Punk Revival. Number Of Tracks: 20. The album is really enjoyable in a nostalgia sort of way ? it's most interesting for being nostalgic both for rock & roll's birth and its punk rock adolescence.

POSTED: 09/27/2004 - 06:03 am

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