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The Number Twelve Looks Like You

    The Number Twelve Looks Like You was a mathcore band from Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Their music combined elements of grindcore, progressive metal, hardcore punk and jazz. They were a highly influential piece in the local New Jersey scene.

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    LPs
    Worse Than Alone
    2009

    3.8
    542 Votes
    Mongrel
    2007

    3.9
    662 Votes
    Nuclear, Sad, Nuclear
    2005

    3.8
    536 Votes
    Put On Your Rosy Red Glasses
    2003

    3.8
    440 Votes
    EPs
    The Number Twelve Looks Like You
    2007

    3.4
    44 Votes
    An Inch of Gold for An Inch of Time
    2005

    3.7
    167 Votes
    Live Albums
    Here at the End of All Things
    2008

    3.4
    48 Votes

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