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Shudder to Think’s “Ten Spot” gets LP reissue on Dischord

Punk's not dead; it's just been avoiding hanging out with old friends on advice from its therapist. At long last, Washington D.C. post-hardcore quartet Shudder to Think and Dischord Records have announced a reissue of their 1990 breakout Ten Spot. It's due out January 19, and it shows that, although we’ve come a long way (i.e. 28 trips around the sun) from the days when folks cast aspersions for leaving independent labels for the majors, it's still satisfying to root for the little guys.
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