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8 Replies to “ If Youre A Joke I Dont Get It - Four Hundred Years - The New Imperialism (Vinyl, Album) ”

  1. Píseň If You're a Joke I Don't Get It od Four Hundred Years z alba The New Imperialism. Four Hundred Years - If You're a Joke I Don't Get It. Four Hundred Years; Album: The New Imperialism () Píseň: If You're a Joke I Don't Get It; Zpět na detail alba.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Four Hundred Years - The New Imperialism at Discogs. Complete your Four Hundred Years collection.4/5(24).
  3. Daron Hollowell guitar and vocals Dave Jackson guitar and vocals Bull bass Ash Bruce bass 8 songs Recorded: Fall Released: Spring With their newest effort, The New Imperialism, Four Hundred Years have balanced acute commentary and first recording with Bull on bass from the band Policy of Three, this latest and last effort blends subtle, cutting irony and a call.
  4. Listen free to Four Hundred Years – The New Imperialism (If You're a Joke I Don't Get It, The New Imperialism and more). 8 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at
  5. Check out The New Imperialism by Four Hundred Years on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Buy MP3 Album $ Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to (US). Fix in Music Library Close 1 If You're a Joke I Don't Get It 2 The New Imperialism 35/5(1).
  6. - Four Hundred Years were not merely a band, but a phenomenon. A force of emo/hardcore intensity that began in Tucson, Arizona, following the end of Groundwork, they eventually migrated to Richmond, Virginia. Four Hundred Years amassed a large, frenzied, and rabid audience. Intelligent and intricate with a perfect blend of melody and dissonance in all the right places, Four Hundred Years had.
  7. Four Hundred Years The New Imperialism, released 01 January 1. If You're A Joke I Don't Get It 2. The New Imperialism 3. How About We Both Stop Lying To Each Other 4. They Weren't Hiding It At All 5. Don't Let The Door Hit You On Your Way Out 6. Philadelphia 7. Who's Driving This Thing Anyway? 8. .
  8. I think the band's final effort 'The New Imperialism' demonstrates this admirably with "If You're a Joke I Don't Get It" as it constantly crosses back and forth over dancey melodic territory and isolated explosions of screaming and bass. This was also the album, and song in particular, that got me hooked on FOUR HUNDRED YEARS. Now it's your turn.

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