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Kill Holiday reinvented themselves and retraced the footsteps that led them to hardcore in the first place; great eighties pop like The Smiths, Ride, The Charlatans - Englishmen with ideals and emotions matched in intensity only by their subcultural counterparts in Washington DC at the time: Rites Of Spring, Embrace, Soulside. It makes sense. Awareness of your own mortality dictates your perspective, expression is gained in experience, and these guys have stories to tell. Boy, do they have stories to tell...


1. Somewhere Between The Wrong Is Right
2. Friday June 13th
3. Someday You Will Lose And I Will Win
4. You're Taking It Well
5. Know Who Your Friends Are
6. This Is A Test
7. A Drug I Haven't Done
8. In Closing ( Memorial Day )