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turbonegro: Darkness Forever! Between The Lines In Hamburg Andcompact discs
Turbonegro: Darkness Forever! Between The Lines In Hamburg And

Release Date: Sep 30, 2000. Label: Bitzcore. Genres: Pop-Metal, Neo-Glam, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock. Number Of Tracks: 20. In fact, this album documents the band's final show, in Oslo, Norway, on December 18, 1998.

POSTED: 05/23/2006 - 03:49 am

8.9
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turbonegro: Party Animalscompact discs
Turbonegro: Party Animals

Released: Jul 26, 2005. Label: Burning Heart. Genre: Rock. Styles: Indie Rock, Garage Punk. Number Of Tracks: 13. The biggest underground band in the world has clawed it's way above ground or as they like to refer to themselves "The smallest mainstream band in the world!"

POSTED: 08/18/2005 - 07:58 am

9.4
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turbonegro: Scandinavian Leathercompact discs
Turbonegro: Scandinavian Leather

Released: May 6, 2003. Label: Epitaph. Genre: Rock. Styles: Garage Punk, Punk Revival, Pop-Metal, Punk, Indie Rock. Number Of Tracks: 13. Still, the thrills and good moments are frequent enough to make this a great, pure rock & roll album.

POSTED: 06/23/2005 - 04:31 am

9.8
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turbonegro: Apoclaypse Dudescompact discs
Turbonegro: Apoclaypse Dudes

Released: Jan 26, 1999. Genre: Rock. Styles: Indie Rock, Punk Revival, Garage Punk. Number Of Tracks: 13. It's hard to take Apocalypse Dudes seriously, so it's best not to try. Turbonegro's greatest album mixes the best excesses of '70s and '80s hard rock and metal and delivers them with punk rock attitude.

POSTED: 04/27/2005 - 05:58 am

9.2
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