Daggermouth - Turf Wars flac album
Title: Turf Wars
Style: Hardcore, Melodic Hardcore, Pop Punk
MP3 album: 1743 mb
FLAC album: 1116 mb
Other formats: ASF AUD MP2 AA AHX XM DMF
Turf Wars by Daggermouth, released 30 September 2017 1. Abracadabra Holmes 2. Hawt Lixx 3. Glendale PD Hates Daggermouth 4. Too Late, No Friends 5. This Is Chase Brennerman 6. Hey Nelson, Go Jump On The Garbage 7. Frisky Business 8. Dan Don Get Off Your Fucking Phone 9. You Can't Soar Like An Eagle When You Hang Out With Turkeys 10. Fact: Mike Peecher Rollerblades 11. You Do This As A Fad, We Do This As A Lifestyle. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Full Digital Discography.
4. Too Late, No Friends. Turf Wars (CD, Album).
1. Abracadabra Holmes Lyrics. Hates Daggermouth Lyrics. 4. Too Late, No Friends Lyrics.
Daggermouth was a Canadian pop punk/Hardcore Punk band originating from Vancouver, British Columbia. They started around early 2004, quickly building a solid reputation by touring with bands such as Moneen and SNFU. They were signed to Smallman Records and in late-2005 released their debut album Stallone. They continued to tour and in March 2007, released their second album Turf Wars. Lyrically, Turf Wars comes off as honest and not at all poetic. In a good way. The songs mainly deal with vocalist Nick Leadlay's personal struggles and problems.
This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/120 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Turf Wars. Album starts at BPM, ends at 114BPM (+114), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
The song titles are still unbearably coy, but less so than before, and the band has dropped the stylistic affectations that broke the flow of their debut. At 11 songs in 22 minutes, in fact, Turf Wars is Daggermouth distilled to their essence: two-minute songs delivered with street punk's chanted gang choruses, hardcore velocity and pop-punk's melodic strengths. Frisky Business" and.