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FINALLY AVAILABLE ON STANDARD VINYL LP AFTER MONTHS OF INTENSE DEMAND!!! Originally conceived as a frenetic side-project founded by members of Thursday, Glassjaw and Converge, United Nations' membership and ideology have evolved into a full-time flagship for incendiary chaos. Their line-up overhauled to include members of acclaimed screamo group Pianos Become The Teeth, United Nations have become a perpetual lightning rod for controversy, confusion, and contempt.
FINALLY AVAILABLE ON STANDARD VINYL LP AFTER MONTHS OF INTENSE DEMAND!!! Originally conceived as a frenetic side-project founded by members of Thursday, Glassjaw and Converge, United Nations' membership and ideology have evolved into a full-time flagship for incendiary chaos. Their line-up overhauled to include members of acclaimed screamo group Pianos Become The Teeth, United Nations have become a perpetual lightning rod for controversy, confusion, and contempt.
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The Next Four Years [Vinyl]
Artist: United Nations
Format: Vinyl
New: IN STOCK! $24.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Serious Business
2. Meanwhile On Main Street
3. Revolutions At Varying Speeds
4. False Flags
5. United Nations Find God
6. Between Two Mirrors
7. Fuck The Future
8. Stole The Past
9. United Nations VS. United Nations
10. F#A#$
11. Music For Changing Parties

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FINALLY AVAILABLE ON STANDARD VINYL LP AFTER MONTHS OF INTENSE DEMAND!!! Originally conceived as a frenetic side-project founded by members of Thursday, Glassjaw and Converge, United Nations' membership and ideology have evolved into a full-time flagship for incendiary chaos. Their line-up overhauled to include members of acclaimed screamo group Pianos Become The Teeth, United Nations have become a perpetual lightning rod for controversy, confusion, and contempt.

Reviews:

Featuring material recorded between the spring of 1981 and the fall of 2016, The Next Four Years picks up where Never Mind The Bombings left off, expanding on their already caustic sound with an even greater sense of urgency and aggression. It s a furious homage to the pioneers of punk, and a scorching critique on the current state of punk

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