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Burning Hand - Iceage - Youre Nothing (CD, Album)

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  1. Tuzshura says:
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  2. Nihn says:
    Turning on Iceage’s You’re Nothing at first feels like jumping headfirst into a cold pond. On openers “Ecstasy” and “Coalition,” the Danish band turns up the distortion to brutal levels and works itself into a frenzy of speedy hardcore riffs and singer Elias Bender Ronnenfelt’s anguished Ian Curtisesque wail.
  3. Kajijin says:
    You're nothing! (x4) [Verse 2] Days in return, yet no recall Nothing wrong just take the fall A rush of shame, a nervous touch Since you're to blame [Chorus 2] You see, you're nothing Feel the.
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    Rock Group Is Fired Up: Music: The dark, unhappy sound of ‘Burning Hands’ has won it a loyal audience among rock fans in San Diego. Now it is looking elsewhere.

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