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  1. Ask Mark Twain by GRABASS CHARLESTONS, released 27 June 1. Ask Mark Twain 2. Atlanta is a Cocaine Town 3. The Fucking Song 4. Capricornicus 5. Misery Loves Company 6. Best in Shitty 7. Those Dirty Line Cooks Are Mysterious 8. What a Country! 9. Crazy Plane Goat Cheese with Milkdud Prosthetic Soul The Laughing Song Evil Uncle.
  2. Grabass Charlestons CD discography But in rock and roll as in life, there's far more than one ingredient in the stew of Grabass' sound. At the time of this writing, the band has never once taken a hiatus and has played more times (yes, they've kept count) all over America and nine other countries.
  3. Grabass Charlestons - Ask Mark Twain (Album) 2 versions: No Idea Records: NO IDEA US: Sell This Version: 2 versions Grabass Charlestons / Billy Reese Peters - Grabass Charlestons / Billy Reese Peters 3 versions: No Idea Records: NO IDEA US (CD, Album) No Idea Records: NO IDEA US:
  4. Grabass Charlestons discography and songs: Music profile for Grabass Charlestons. Genres: Punk Rock. Albums include Go-Kart MP Raceaway, Protect: A Benefit for the National Association to Protect Children, and Grabass Charlestons / The Ergs!.
  5. Jun 06,  · Ask Mark Twain · Grabass Charlestons Ask Mark Twain ℗ No Idea Records Released on: Music Publisher: D.R Author: Grabass Charlestons Composer: Grabass Charlestons Auto-generated.
  6. It was followed almost immediately by the Grabass Charlestons' proper debut album, The Greatest Story Ever Hula'd, which was recorded in 20and features a rocked-up cover of Tom Waits' "Cold Cold Ground" amid the originals. The Grabass Charlestons' second album, Ask Mark Twain, was released by No Idea in the summer of
  7. Sep 27,  · Check out Ask Mark Twain [Explicit] by Grabass Charlestons on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on storapiphforseroclicaprefulljotil.coinfo
  8. Genially goofy Florida pop-punk trio the Grabass Charlestons continue their Southern-fried take on the good ol' Lookout! Records pop-punk sound for their third album, Ask Mark Twain. Unapologetically dirty-minded -- highlights this time out.

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