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Molecular Genetics from the Gold Standard Labs - The Locust
Track Listing
  1. How to Become a Virgin
  2. Who Wants a Dose of the Clap?
  3. Twenty-Three Lubed-Up Schizophrenics With Delusions of Grandeur
  4. Priest with the Sexually Transmitted Diseases Get Out of My Bed
  5. The Half Eaten Sausage Would Like to See You in His Office
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  1. How to Become a Virgin
  2. Who Wants a Dose of the Clap?
  3. Twenty-Three Lubed-Up Schizophrenics With Delusions of Grandeur
  4. Priest with the Sexually Transmitted Diseases Get Out of My Bed
  5. The Half Eaten Sausage Would Like to See You in His Office
  6. Perils of Believing in Round Squares
  7. Flash's Theme
  8. Gluing Carpet to Your Genitals Does Not Make You a Cantaloupe
  9. Turning Your Merchandise Into a Ripped Wall of Mini-Abs
  10. Bring Your 6 5 Italian Carbine
  11. Alas, Here Come the Hypochondriacs to Wait with You in the Lobby
  12. Siphoning Projectiles During Selective Amnesia
  13. Flight of the Wounded Locust
  14. Get Off the Cross, The Wood Is Needed
  15. Wet Nurse Syndrome Hand-Me-Down Display Case
  16. This Is Radio Surgery
  17. Spitting in the Faces of Fools as a Source of Nutrition
  18. Sever the Toes
  19. Well I'll Be a Monkey's Uncle
  20. Moth-Eaten Deer Head
  21. Brand New Set of Teeth
  22. How to Build a Pessimistic Lie Detector
  23. Nice Tranquil Thumb in Mouth
  24. Dog Without a Collar (Run Over Red Rover)
  25. Normal Run of the Muck (Compensation for Conversation)
  26. Stucco Obelisks Labeled as Trees
  27. Straight from the Horse's Mouth
  28. An Extra Piece of Dead Meat
  29. Twenty-Three Full-Time Cowboys
  30. Backbones of Jack Asses
  31. Fixed Companionship, Ghost Town Irrationality
  32. Skin Graft at Seventy-Five Miles Per Hour
  33. High-Maintenance Libido, Bring the Whole Family
  34. Halfway to a Worthless Ideal Arrangement (An Interlude to a Discontinue
  35. Kill Roger Hedgecock
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San Diego hardcore/screamo/conceptual mavens the Locust were easily one of the most talked about bands of the late '90s and early aughts hardcore scene. Their hyper-stylized image and shrewdly planned merchandising resulted in the sales of tens of thousands of t-shirts, belt buckles, and uniquely shaped vinyl, all sporting their insect insignia. As a brand, the Locust was an overwhelming success, so much so it was sometimes forgotten that they were a band first and foremost, cultivating a sound that introduced synthesizers ...

Molecular Genetics from the Gold Standard Labs 2012, Anti-

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