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Born Again


Download links and information about Born Again by Dwarves. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Metal genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 30:57 minutes.

Artist: Dwarves
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Metal
Tracks: 18
Duration: 30:57
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No. Title Length
1. The Dwarves Are Still the Best Band Ever 1:43
2. 15 Minutes 0:43
3. Stop Me 1:07
4. Looking Out for Number One 1:52
5. You'll Never Take Us Alive 2:17
6. Bang Up 1:55
7. We Only Came to Get High 1:02
8. I M********e Me 2:32
9. It's a Wonderful Life of Sin 2:34
10. Happy Birthday Suicide 1:46
11. Fake ID 2:01
12. Working Class Hole 2:29
13. Futyd 1:08
14. Candy Now 2:11
15. Do the HeWhoCannotBeNamed 1:10
16. Your Girl's Mom 1:16
17. Zip Zero 1:36
18. The Band That Wouldn't Die 1:35



Originally formed in Chicago in the mid-‘80s the Dwarves are one of punk rock's longest-lasting groups. Though their line-up has morphed some over the years, their co-founders Blag Dhalia and HeWhoCannotBeNamed have been a constant, as they've assaulted listeners with tales of moral depravity over the course of a dozen albums, plus multiple DVDs, 7-inches, and side projects since 1986. They are perhaps best known for their 1990 album Blood, Guts & P*ssy, released on Sub Pop just before the label blew up on the back of the grunge movement. Firmly rooted in classic punk and hardcore, their songs are loud, fast, and aggressive, but also extremely melodic and catchy, in spite of the over-the-top, anti-society lyricism. Born Again is just what old school Dwarves fans would hope for, with quality songs like "We Only Came To Get High," "Your Girl's Mom," and "The Band That Wouldn't Die."