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Punk Pioneers Max Creeps traveled from London to America and became staples of the underground punk scene, playing regularly at the Masque in Hollywood. Access to drugs & alcohol landed the pair a long stay in rehab. When they returned to the punk clubs they loved, they discovered all their music had been ripped off by artists such as the Sex Pistols, The Clash, & The Germs, who directly ripped off the Max Creeps songs. After decades of lawsuits & false starts, the band is back with new music. The mysterious and newly “reunited” punk band Max Creeps have announced a new album and shared the video for the new song “Burn It Down”. Slash from Guns n Roses, Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Marky Ramone, and Henry Rollins have tweeted about the project.

Punk Pioneers Max Creeps traveled from London to America and became staples of the underground punk scene, playing regularly at the Masque in Hollywood. Access to drugs & alcohol landed the pair a long stay in rehab. When they returned to the punk clubs they loved, they discovered all their music had been ripped off by artists such as the Sex Pistols, The Clash, & The Germs, who directly ripped off the Max Creeps songs. After decades of lawsuits & false starts, the band is back with new music. The mysterious and newly “reunited” punk band Max Creeps have announced a new album and shared the video for the new song “Burn It Down”. Slash from Guns n Roses, Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Marky Ramone, and Henry Rollins have tweeted about the project.

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Nein [Cassette]
Artist: Max Creeps
Format: Cassette
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Burn It Down
2. Summer Of Fun
3. Your Days Are Numbered
4. Citywide Shit
5. Party Anthem
6. Buy Something Every Day
7. Get A Life
8. The Internet Killed Me
9. Hung, Drawn, and Quartered (1424)

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Punk Pioneers Max Creeps traveled from London to America and became staples of the underground punk scene, playing regularly at the Masque in Hollywood. Access to drugs & alcohol landed the pair a long stay in rehab. When they returned to the punk clubs they loved, they discovered all their music had been ripped off by artists such as the Sex Pistols, The Clash, & The Germs, who directly ripped off the Max Creeps songs. After decades of lawsuits & false starts, the band is back with new music. The mysterious and newly “reunited” punk band Max Creeps have announced a new album and shared the video for the new song “Burn It Down”. Slash from Guns n Roses, Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Marky Ramone, and Henry Rollins have tweeted about the project.

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