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All The Best Tapes

    All The Best Tapes, the Progressive Punk Rock band from the post-industrial wasteland of Stoke-on-Trent in the Midlands of England are veterans of the UK music scene who cut their teeth in former bands such as Disappointments (Fierce Panda Records) and A New Day (Lockjaw/Seveninch) this lot aren't afraid of hard work on the road and a mad scientist attitude within the studio and on the stage.

    Writing material that can only be described as a complete fusion of Punk Rock with anything and everything you can expect releases over the coming months on various formats & labels. Tou ...read more

    All The Best Tapes, the Progressive Punk Rock band from the post-industrial wasteland of Stoke-on-Trent in the Midlands of England are veterans of the UK music scene who cut their teeth in former bands such as Disappointments (Fierce Panda Records) and A New Day (Lockjaw/Seveninch) this lot aren't afraid of hard work on the road and a mad scientist attitude within the studio and on the stage.

    Writing material that can only be described as a complete fusion of Punk Rock with anything and everything you can expect releases over the coming months on various formats & labels. Touring, rehearsing, writing and recording throughout 2012 these guys will continue to melt the faces of wide eyed, open mouthed audiences who are blown away by the intricacies and the sheer sweat drenched power of their live shows.

    All The Best Tapes certainly are winning medals with pedals! « hide

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    LPs
    All The Best Tapes
    2014

    4
    2 Votes
    EPs
    The Gnar
    09/02/2013

    4
    1 Votes
    This Is Not A Record, This Is All The Best Tapes
    03/25/2013

    3.3
    2 Votes

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