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MÜLHEIM ASOZIAL - Familie & Beruf LP

MÜLHEIM ASOZIAL - Familie & Beruf LP
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MÜLHEIM ASOZIAL - Familie & Beruf LP

Mülheim Asozial deal are its foundation with socio-political issues and represent the consistent restructuring of all states, which they regard as shit. On the debut album "Family & Work" involves no more and no less. Burdened by the Deutschpunk, inspired by cologne Gangsta rap scene and influenced by the rather disgusting taste in music of the band members, it is possible Mülheim Asozial lie to balance between punk and everything else, with even resist the conservative punks of today a smile can not ... .

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