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  1. Album Real Live Sound () by Agent Orange. Label Restless Records Agent Orange – Bloodstains Lyrics. from album: Real Live Sound () They can make things worse for me Sometimes I'd rather die They can tell me lots of things But I can't see eye to eye Aaaa, I know they know the way I think.
  2. Agent Orange's most essential work came in the early s, but the influential band still sounded quite vital when Real Live Sound was recorded live at the Roxy in West Hollywood, CA, in Blending punk, power pop, and surf rock, Agent Orange definitely goes that extra mile on favorites like "Too Young to Die," "Bloodstains," "Last Goodbye," and "No Such Thing" as well as exciting covers 8/
  3. "Come Out and Play" (sometimes subtitled "Keep 'Em Separated") is a song by the Californian punk rock group The Offspring. It is the seventh track on their third album Smash () and was released as the first single from that album. Written by frontman Dexter Holland, the song was the second single to be released by the band, after "I'll Be Waiting" ().
  4. In , Restless Records released the Real Live Sound live album, recorded at The Roxy in Hollywood on July 21, [6] It was the only Agent Orange recording to feature the Palm/Liles/O'Brien lineup. Sam Bolle replaced Liles in January , remaining with the band until May , when he left to join Dick Dale's band.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Real Live Sound on Discogs. Label: Restless Records - 7 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Punk.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Agent Orange - Real Live Sound at Discogs. Complete your Agent Orange collection/5(14).
  7. Apr 18,  · A interview and liner notes written by guitarist Mike Palm were also included in the reissue. In , Agent Orange recorded an as-yet unreleased version of the album, titled Living in Total Darkness. Three songs are covers of classic surf instrumentals: "Pipeline" by the Chantays, "Miserlou" by Dick Dale and "Mr. Moto" by the Bel-Airs.5/5(1).

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