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Bad Medication Demo
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Bl'ast! is a hardcore band from Santa Cruz, CA, USA who formed in 1983. In 1986, the band released their first album, "The Power Of Expression" which was recorded 3 times before the release on Green World, Wishing Well. Unfortunately, the label's distributor would go out of business shortly after the release. Bl'ast! wrote "It's in my Blood" and were then signed to SST Records. It's in my Blood" was set to include second guitarist William "Kip" DuVall of Georgia's Neon Christ (and currently of Alice In Chains) but he left.

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BL'AST! TONIGHT at The Soda Bar in San Diego,Ca. Listen up & tune in, JC joeyc, BL'AST! tuning up for some BL'AST! shenanigans for some NorCal gigs who's goin to get down with us on 4/14 Planet Gemini, Monterey. 4/15 The Catalyst, Santa Cruz. 4/16 Johnny V's, San Jose 4/17 Video Shoot for cut your teeth!

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Bad Medicine" is a single by American rock band Bon Jovi. It was written by Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, and Desmond Child. It was released in September 1988 as the lead single from the band's album New Jersey

BL'AST! is a California hardcore punk and rock band from Santa Cruz. They hold a heavy presence that transcends being branded and prevales as one of the heaviest bands that came from the 80&.BL'AST! began in 1982-83 and released its first album, The Power of Expression, in 1985.

Straight away, Bl'ast set themselves up in opposition to their peers. While the rut that would derail the first wave of hardcore punk was still a couple of years away, the movement's dogmatic philosophy was very much alive: experimentation was viewed with suspicion, and introducing rock and metal elements to your music could be career suicide. Dinsmore then contacted Anderson - Southern Lord had previously released an album by Dinsmore's post-Bl'ast project Spaceboy - to see if he was interested in doing something, anything, with these mysterious Bl'ast recordings. Anderson, unsurprisingly, jumped at the chance. But of course, this being Bl'ast, nothing is ever that simple.


1 Bad Medication
2 Untitled
3 Untitled
4 Out Of Control
5 North America