Shrapnel

Shrapnel was an American punk band formed in Red Bank, New Jersey in the late-1970s. The group was a concept band whose members wore military uniforms onstage. The band's aesthetic included glorification of war, carrying prop M16 rifles onstage, and stances criticizing earlier anti-Vietnam War sentiment: " Hey, you asshole creep, I bet you were against the war." The band was criticized, including labeled as "proto-fascist", for its provocative antics, with songs such as Hey Little Gook.
Members of the group included future Ramones/Misfits producer Daniel Rey, as well two founding members, Dave Wyndorf and Phil Caivano, of the band Monster Magnet.

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Hollow EarthRaised On Decay4:18
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Live VindictiveDecade Of Decimation3:55
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Octave Below the SunChronicles7:43
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Hickford OneTobacco Dreams3:33
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Eternal WarThe Devastation to Come4:52
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Glass AngelChronicles5:40
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Partial ArtsTobacco Dreams2:51
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Race To OblivionIntellectual Pursuit5:48
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Ends MeetFrenzied State2:05
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Hammer BlowThe Devastation to Come6:19
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