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Random Killing-Welcome (1992 Punk Rock ,contains explicit lyrics.)

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For most people this was all new material. In fact, six of these songs had been previously released on "Kicked in the Nuts" (1990), a 7-inch that was released by Resistance Productions in Zurich, Switzerland (not the white power record company!). At this point in the bands history the "fluorescent hell" stage show had evolved to it's max. We eventually scrapped the show because most of our lights got busted and our banners got buried in someone's basement... Actually, I think laziness was the biggest factor - it took a ton'o'time to setup, teardown and lug around! The song "Kicked in the Nuts" is a true story about Drool. If you read the lyrics to this song you'll get the whole story.

"This is the album that introduced me to this band. I remember reading a small article about them in a local magazine in which they claimed to be Elvis' sons (inlay from CD can be viewed under "Random..."). At the time punk was a thing I slightly listened to because I really didn't find many of the bands to my liking.
Well I picked up "Welcome...", popped it in and was totally drawn in. It's just the mixture of humour and aggression that I've always liked about this band. They can be funny, but they can also make you think about things.
Used to drive around blaring the title track and "Undertaker" and people this was one of my favourite CDs of 1992 and with good reason.
It was Drool's first album as vocalist and I can say that none of the bands past vocalists come close to comparing. One cool ass voice backed by a fairly tight group of musicians along with a good sense of fun makes this a good starting point for those unfamiliar with the band.
Welcome... indeed."
by Chris Hartley

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released January 1, 1992

Recorded: 1992
Lineup:
drool - vocals
mudd - bass
rusty talent - guitars
ted - drums (tracks 1-8)
deadbeat - drums (tracks 9-21)

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Random killing Toronto, Ontario

Random Killing is a Canadian punk rock band from Toronto, who were assembled initially as a joke in 1984. Their original name was Roy's Comrades, which was a nod to the hated Roy McMurtry, Attorney General of Ontario at the time. After writing a few decent songs, the band decided to record and stay together. In 2013 they were listed in the top 10 Punk bands of all time from Toronto. ... more

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