36 Shouts - 148,300 Scrobbles
Formed in late 2002, the Repos set out with two goals in mind: play short songs, and come up with a short stupid name starting with "The". Mission accomplished. In the Spring of 2003 the Repos began playing out, instantly drawing attention by playing extremely short sets of fast hardcore punk music, with ten-song sets lasting around 7 or 8 minutes. Led by singer Aaron (ex Charles Bronson, Mushuganas, Christ Mess, Pretentious Assholes, and on and on and on), the Repos created music inspired by and ripped off from early Poison Idea guitar riffs...
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Goodbye City - (0:47) - 145 plays
- attack from all sides - (1:24) - 153 plays
- Prison Moon - (0:36) - 118 plays
- Crooked Finger - (0:36) - 171 plays
- Wizards Walk By - (0:32) - 141 plays
- You Can Hide In Death - (0:38) - 112 plays
- Moon Landing - 95 plays
- go faster - (0:51) - 109 plays
- More Kicks Than Bricks - (0:40) - 121 plays
- Hearts And Heads Explode - (0:57) - 108 plays
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