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SUSPICIOUS BEASTS- "Sunshine In The Trash" 7"

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SUSPICIOUS BEASTS- "Sunshine In The Trash" 7"
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Japan's Suspicious Beasts newest 7" single, "Sunshine in the Trash". Ex & current members of Blotto, Your Pest Band & more. JAPAN IMPORT!
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Japan's Suspicious Beasts newest 7" single, "Sunshine in the Trash". Ex & current members of Blotto, Your Pest Band & more. JAPAN IMPORT!

"Sasupishasu beads Tsu's has started and that much in 2009 - 2010.
Yusuke Okada, when that was formed by the members that he carefully selected think before another four years,
it's what comes another really to decade also seems like a previous story.
Such as he moved and decisive action of aggressive American tour of center members, if they Juan trend would be well know.
Can you shook me our brain committed to realism of this era.
As they are exactly, Street Fighter analogy.
So ,, Street fighting is! From previous Street Fighting the other much, from long before us is born
of Street Fighting was done!
Baby, Let me flipped the era because ask!
And essential content is listening to and enjoy the!

Now work that has been recorded in Japan at a time when it was parallel with the previous work of NEVER BLOOM LP (alien snatch records), the
last spring, suddenly recording in limited conditions, very 60s specific recording Ri anyone who was a.
Painful rock 'n' roll that has withered little noise if scolding too freedom, become hot and far-fetched of modern too is amplified to the maximum extent that it is R & B PUNK. "Something to the euphoric and it is not even put in a mental hospital past sober even doing LSD and beast" image look good that.
Enhancement of expressive activity Sato, I think it will want to hear all means the best of analog records that can be able to know the moment. Much attention to as future activities can be seen from the fact that decisive action again America tour according to this release the same time.

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