I've praised Dayton Ohio's long-lived hardcore powerhouse,
Toxic Reasons before (see HERE) but was inspired by a recent comment to
share with you the band's second LP, 1984's Kill By Remote Control.
While it doesn't have as many stand-out tracks as 1982's Independence,
it's a devastating record, particularly the UK version offered here, which
appended the extra tracks from the band's Statement of Purpose EP: "God Bless
A1 Stuck In A Rut 3:37
A2 Destroyer 2:37
A3 Juniors Friends 1:41
A4 Revolution ? 3:31
A5 Powercrazed 2:39
A6 God Bless America
B1 No Pity 2:50
B2 Limited Nuclear War 2:21
B3 Looking At The World 2:34
B4 Break The Bank 2:41
B5 Harvest 3:55
Let us know what you think of the 2nd T.R. LP in the COMMENTS SECTION!
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