The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby ghetto ninja » Sat Jul 07, 2012 5:48 pm

Cracks me up that they feel they need to pay punk stars to give there work creedence, didnt they have some pop punk guy on the last one. Thats there Dads fucking retirement cash man.
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Postby Fiction & Falsehood » Sat Jul 07, 2012 7:39 pm

did they just pay to sample his voice/use his name or did he actually meet them and record with them?
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby ghetto ninja » Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:28 pm

Pretty sure the casualties guy came over and recorded, no idea about Mr Barr.
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby bermondsey_choir » Sat Jul 07, 2012 10:14 pm

ghetto ninja wrote:Pretty sure the casualties guy came over and recorded, no idea about Mr Barr.

unseen

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby ghetto ninja » Sat Jul 07, 2012 10:17 pm

same shit to me hahahaha
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Sam Deformed » Tue Jul 10, 2012 12:40 am

ghetto ninja wrote:same shit to me hahahaha

:baton: Ooooh dunno bout that...Unseen are way rungus these days. The Casualties actually surprised me with their last effort. A frequent listen. And lets not bring up Total Chaos' latest album eh....

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby dave-brown » Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:46 am

excellent, havent had a rabble thread in yonks, well done! i even enjoyed the nonsensical irrelevant parts.
i saw someone in germany wearing a rabble patch, i stopped and gave her a lengthy telling off, luckily she spoke english or it would of been a complete waste of my time,
now back to irrelevant rambelings!

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby FC » Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:51 am

I have friends here that like them, I've tried to tell them how shit they are, but they won't listen :(
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Postby Dead Kid » Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:21 am

dave-brown wrote:i saw someone in germany wearing a rabble patch, i stopped and gave her a lengthy telling off, luckily she spoke english or it would of been a complete waste of my time,
now back to irrelevant rambelings!

Another job well done by INTERLOAL: World Punkas Police :baton:
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Fiction & Falsehood » Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:45 am

ghetto ninja wrote:same shit to me hahahaha

im no fan, but il listen to the casualties, kick the stereo in for unseen tho.
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby toothbrush » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:04 pm

Wait, so people in other c(o)untries like them???

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Window Licker » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:10 pm

Yeah, they opened for Cocksparrer in London or somewhere a year or two ago!! Bastards.
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Postby the croc » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:56 pm

Yup some euro guy I always saw at shows in Vancouver had a rabble patch.
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby scott penk » Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:30 pm

PertHJ wrote:
scott penk wrote:
Hadleighs a good cunt we played a show with the Bleeders at the Meteor backstage Hadleigh peeled back 2/3rds of a bottle of vodka this is no shit Im not huge on the Bleeders songs sum I like sum I didnt at all but in all the shows I ever done which is a fair few and have got to drink with sum punk bands like ANWL,Business,UK SUbs,Exploited,AF,DOA,,chatted with Sick Of It ALL drummer wanted a beer,Sham 69,RUST and more etc of all those behind the stage drink ups Hadleigh peeled back the most impressive drinking sesh I witnessed and played like it barely affected him let alone him pisssing in a jug and laughing about this years vintage looked like wine he left it in the fridge at the back of the meteor I know this is shocking to some people but to me was entertaining.


longest sentence in punkas history?

and you chatted with the sick of it all drummer and you wanted a beer? um, cool story?


Better than most of yours :mrgreen:

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Kev Japan » Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:34 pm

Sam Deformed wrote:
ghetto ninja wrote:same shit to me hahahaha

:baton: Ooooh dunno bout that...Unseen are way rungus these days. The Casualties actually surprised me with their last effort. A frequent listen. And lets not bring up Total Chaos' latest album eh....


I saw the Casualties a few years back and they were really fucking solid live. They get flack from people, but they're the real deal. I saw Unsane as well and they were fucking weak as live and had absolutely no vibe at all.

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Window Licker » Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:39 pm

I heard The Addicts were like The Rabble of 70's England, parents money, not legit etc
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Sam Deformed » Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:01 am

Kev Japan wrote:I saw the Casualties a few years back and they were really fucking solid live. They get flack from people, but they're the real deal. I saw Unsane as well and they were fucking weak as live and had absolutely no vibe at all.


Fuck yeah i'd really like to see the Casualties live. Their new one 'resistance' is top notch as. Motorpunk riffs in there even...well chuffed. Give it a hoon if you can.

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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby FC » Thu Oct 04, 2012 1:43 am

Window Licker wrote:I heard The Addicts were like The Rabble of 70's England, parents money, not legit etc


Neil telling stories from the old days again? :D Told me the same thing, pretty funny.
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby Drax » Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:51 am

toothbrush wrote:other c(o)untries
That's xenophobic.



The Casualties rule.

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That whole early years comp is solid gold.
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby the croc » Thu Oct 04, 2012 6:22 pm

FC wrote:
Window Licker wrote:I heard The Addicts were like The Rabble of 70's England, parents money, not legit etc


Neil telling stories from the old days again? :D Told me the same thing, pretty funny.


Saw Adicts a few months ago, they were fucking awesome live. Had no idea about that history.
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Re: The Rabble - "Lower Class Strugglers"

Postby scott penk » Sat Oct 06, 2012 5:16 pm

Casualties rule live, especially Jorges crowd banter / instructions which dont always make grammatical english sense

'this is a song by the greatest and best punk band in the worlds, the ramones'

'how many of you have two legs? all of you have two legs! and you are going to need them for the circle pit for this song'

'we dont play the whiney emo music for the kids at the mall, we play for the working class, for the punx!'


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