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Whos Gonna Save Us? (Acoustic) - The Living End - Rare Single Tracks Plus! (Vinyl)

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  2. Who's gonna save us? Who's gonna save us? It’s all around me and I just don’t understand It seems all out of place now And I know it’s late but you know what they say now We’re under attack now, our work is all cut out Whatever happened to your rights And I know it’s.
  3. The Living End breathe and eat live music, they just seem never to get enough of it. They are now touring the world to support their latest album “Shift” and going to their Facebook page, the string of dates is simply endless.
  4. West End Riot Play Video stats: 5: All Torn Down Play Video stats: 6: Who's Gonna Save Us? Play Video stats: 7: E-Boogie Play Video stats: 8: White Noise Play Video stats: 9: How Do We Know Play Video stats: Raise the Alarm Play Video stats: End of the World Play Video stats: Hold Up Play.
  5. General Commentjust a lil wake up to the americans - no offense intended - but you guys ain't the only country with a fucked up government. we aussies have one too, mainly coz howard is just kissin bush's ass. anyway, it's plainly asking "who's gonna save us" .
  6. Roll On is the second studio album by Australian punk rock band The Living pingpalliridigarariccaconbale.coinfo was released in Australia and New Zealand in November , and internationally in March The album was the band's last major work to feature drummer Travis pingpalliridigarariccaconbale.coinfo the downtime following the album's release and subsequent tour, he would leave the band, to be replaced by Andy Strachan.
  7. The discography of The Living End, an Australian punk rock and psychobilly group, consists of eight studio albums, twenty-three singles, six extended plays (EPs), four video albums and three compilation albums. Chris Cheney, Scott Owen and Joe Piripitzi formed The Living End in ; their debut release was Hellbound, an eight-track EP, in The group's first single, "From Here on In", was.
  8. One said to the other - A typical Living End song with a bit of a SKA influences. Reminds me a bit of Area 7. Who's gonna save us? - Another straight forward rock song with a great singalong Chorus and lots of power chords. One of the best tracks on this album.
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