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Toxic By-Product Of The Nuclear Family
Hardcore, Punk
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1969 mb
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1585 mb
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1474 mb
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4.7 ★

Recorded at Weighing The Earth studio, AntiVerse Warehouse, Brunswick.

LAST MEASURE (Hardcore) Band Bio: LAST MEASURE: Four kids. Hardcore Punk and general sonic misanthropy from Melbourne Australia. We have one release, our . album Toxic By-Product Of The Nuclear Family. You can hear it in it's e - Free stream/download LAST MEASURE mp3. Lyrics, Tabs. You can hear it in it's entirety on this page, but the songs on the record are not meant to have gaps between them, so there may be some bizarre pauses as the next "song" starts.

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Release data: This album was released on the label NeverChill Music (catalog number none). This album was released in 2010 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album. In the creation of this.

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This month saw The Nuclear Family covering the entire show as Jamie was off in Dublin to catch the mighty Kraftwerk in concert. The last time these guys were on the show it was a real treat covering everything from ambient, soul, hip hop, house and techno and this month was no different. It’s a Saturday afternoon Traxx reunion, a decade after their last events. 3 hours of the finest house, techno and all the other good stuff from host Jamie Thomson with guests The Nuclear Family aka Laurence Hughes and Tom Churchill. Come Dine With Us by The Nuclear Family - 12"Smudgy boogie house sprinkles from The Nuclear Family and Moon B. On their 2nd 12", the Family offer a hot plate of three warm and kinky 'floor moves at best in the breezy pacific house shuffle of 'Bedroom Dreamer' or the slackened, Pametex-alike bounce o.


1 (Untitled) 2:19
2 Murphy's World (Murphy's Law) 1:04
3 Grenade 2:26
4 Deafening 3:06
5 The Wind 3:26
6 Colony 2:59
7 Count Me Out 1:31
8 Righteous Apathy 1:55
9 All's Well... 2:10
10 There's Your Problem 5:08
11 Toxic By-Product 2:27

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  • Recorded At – Weighing The Earth Studio


  • Acoustic Guitar – Nathan*
  • Arranged By – Last Measure
  • Artwork – Nathan*, Tom*
  • Bass – James
  • Drums – Reece Prain
  • Guitar – Tom*
  • Illustration – Deazoe
  • Lyrics By – Nathan*, Tom*
  • Mastered By – Matt
  • Mixed By – Matt
  • Recorded By – Matt
  • Vocals – Nathan*, Tom*


Recorded at Weighing The Earth studio, AntiVerse Warehouse, Brunswick.