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Transplants - Haunted Cities
Label: Atlantic Records
Release: 2005

Tracklisting:
1. Not Today
2. Apocalypse Now
3. Gangsters and Thugs
4. What I Can't Describe
5. Doomsday
6. Killafornia
7. American Guns
8. Madness
9. Hit The Fence
10. Pay Any Price
11. I Want It All
12. Crash and Burn
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For ska-punk fans, the thought of a supergroup that includes Rancid's Tim Armstrong and Blink-182's Travis Barker may sound like a dream come true... until they find out that the third member of the group is a Fred Durst-wannabe named Ron Aston.

Aston is a bafoon.... A full-on idiot who tries to act like a gangster. Why Armstrong and Barker picked such a jack-ass to front the band is beyond me, but the result is one of the worst bands of all time.

2005's Haunted Cities is a rap-rock disaster. I mean, one of the songs is entitled "Gangsters and Thugs" for crying out loud! It doesn't get much cheesier than that.



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Id say the first self-titled album was a lot better than this one, although there are a few tracks which i love. however some tracks just seem so different and far from what is expected from tom, rob and travis, and the other people featured on the album. i would encourage you to get the first album, which is a lot more punk and 'heavier' than this album.

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