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9 thoughts on “ American Zone - TSOL* - Change Today? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The discography of T.S.O.L., an American punk rock band, consists of eleven studio albums, three live albums, three compilation albums, two EPs, two video albums, three singles, and five music videos.. T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty) formed in Huntington Beach, California in with an initial lineup of singer Jack Grisham, guitarist Ron Emory, bassist Mike Roche, and drummer Todd Barnes.
  2. Change Today? is the third studio album by the American rock band T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty), released in through Enigma Records. It was the band's first album with singer/guitarist Joe Wood and drummer Mitch Dean, replacing founding members Jack Grisham and Todd Barnes who had left the band in late Genre: Punk blues, gothic rock.
  3. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for T.S.O.L. - Dance With Me LP Record - NEW Re-issue Gold Foil on Cover at the best online prices at Missing: American Zone.
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  5. Jan 15,  · One of TSOL best albums. I prefer the rock incarnation to the punk as I prefer Joe Wood's vocal styling. This album, Revenge, Hit and Run, and Strange Love are all good albums despite what some people say in their reviews.
  6. Can we change our ways? [Chorus:] We line in the American zone Free of fear in our American home Swimmin pool and digital phone What do we say when Johnny comes home. Johnny just got back from war today Beruit weekend, the powder keg He was 20 years old and he lost both of his legs We're all really sorry today [Chorus].
  7. 'Beneath the Shadows' was released in and blew away all the preconceived notions about the group's sound. T.S.O.L. had put out a record that equaled Meat Loaf when it came to sheer sonic pomposity but still retained their gothic punk leanings. Fans were mildly confused, but the band garnered rave reviews and was featured in director Penelope Spheeris' "Suburbia" documentary as a result.

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