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9 Replies to “ Duck And Cover - Big Drill Car - No Worse For The Wear (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Nov 28,  · Big Drill Car - Duck and Cover Album: No Worse For The Wear I had to think because you had to ask What now to do with them I'm so distressed Now be surprised we knew it had to come I .
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Big Drill Car - No Worse For The Wear at Discogs. Complete your Big Drill Car collection.4/5(23).
  3. 97X had a late night show called Gridlocks that was devoted to underground music. One night they played a band with a lousy name: Big Drill Car. The song was called "Friend of Mine" and sent me on a quest to find whatever I could by this unknown band. Fortunately Media Play had it (there was no Amazon back then)/5(4).
  4. Matrix / Runout: CARGO RECORDS BIG DRILL CAR NO WORSE FOR THE WEAR Technidisc #A 03/21/94F Matrix / Runout (Variation 2): HED /5(9).
  5. Nov 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Big Drill Car - In Disguise YouTube Big Drill Car - No Worse For The Wear () Full Album - Duration: Travis M. 12, views.
  6. The album is a fine example the live feel from the show. From start to finish, catchy songs, hard playing and more guitar hooks than other punk bands could ever produce. Tops in the pop punk style, I wish more pop punk bands could put out an effort as great as this one.5/5(5).
  7. It's been a while since I've thought of you And a while longer I wish it'd been Cause now I sit here stewing I wonder what you're doing But I know with who you do it with Whoa, can we be friends though? Now you know a true friend would just let go The final chapter is in.
  8. Oct 26,  · The "Duck and Cover" philosophy began at this time. Little was known about radioactive fallout, and many experts believed that the danger from a nuclear blast was from the effect of the blast (glass and debris flying through the air), the heat, and only to some extent, radioactivity.
  9. Aug 17,  · For millions of people who grew up during the Cold War era, a drill known as "duck and cover" was just as familiar as a school fire or tornado drill is today. Students were urged to duck under their desks and cover their heads to protect themselves from the dangerous debris and radiation associated with a nuclear federal government even sponsored a short educational film .

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