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White Collar Crime - F-Minus - Suburban Blight (Vinyl, Album)

8 Replies to “ White Collar Crime - F-Minus - Suburban Blight (Vinyl, Album) ”

  1. Nikohn says:
    Suburban Blight, an album by F-Minus on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. Shalkree says:
    Suburban Blight, an Album by F-Minus. Released 19 June on Hellcat (catalog no. ; CD).
  3. Branos says:
    White Collar Crime Lyrics: By the ties that bind you in the eyes they lie to. all the lies that find you set on kill. choices cause confusion and make the sad illusion. you can decide when that's.
  4. Faura says:
    Suburban Blight 8% 2: Rise To Power 4% 3: Capital Murder 8% 4: Light At The End 3% 5: Vultures 3% 6: Food Not God 3% 7: White Collar Crime 17% 8: Pain Messiah 4% 9: Property Damage 13% Cosmetic 3% Worth The Cost 3%
  5. Tojak says:
    This CD tops their previous hard hitting album with songs like 'Suburban Blight', 'Vultures' and 'Food not God'. All band members got a crack at writing songs this time around and the contrast shows. Group vocals and vocals by other band members is also a new addition to this CD/5(7).
  6. Digar says:
    about. SoCal punks F-Minus comprised singer/guitarist Brad Logan, guitarist Sarah Lee, bassist Jennifer Johnson, and drummer Chris Lagerborg. The group debuted in with a pair of 7" EPs -- the Hellcat release Failed Society and Pelado Records' Won't Ble.
  7. Kazrazshura says:
    Enron. The collapse of energy company in December precipitated what would become the most complex white-collar crime investigation in the FBI’s history.
  8. Shakanos says:
    When I think of the term "White Collar Crime," I guess I am thinking entirely of financial fraud--ponzi schemes, overreporting of financial statements, embezzlement, or perhaps politicians on the take (which is why I included "The Jersey Sting," which was about a guy facing charges in a $50M bank fraud going undercover to bribe NJ politicians in exchange for favorable building permits).

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