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Days Are Blood - Descendents - Enjoy!

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  1. This blend is sprinkled through the rest of its discography, with songs like “Days Are Blood” from its release “Enjoy!,” that shows a darker hardcore side of the band, to songs like “Silly Girl” from “I Don’t Want To Grow Up,” released in , that shows the poppy, more upbeat side of the glamrock.gavinarakeleronmalofym.infoinfo: Haley Elder.
  2. "Get the Time" and "Cheer" standout as some of the Descendents' best girl songs. This album has a dark edge too dealing from daily routines to greed to the way the girls aren't all they seem to be. The grumpy long almost clocking in at eight minutes "Days Are Blood" is a good Descendents Oddball I actaully like it quite a bit/5(16).
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  4. Enjoy!, an album by Descendents 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 glamrock.gavinarakeleronmalofym.infoinfoed on:
  5. Descendents - Wendy Lyrics. Wendy, Wendy what went wrong Oh, so wrong We went together for so long I never thought a guy could cry 'Til you made it with another guy Oh.
  6. Dec 14,  · Enjoy! was marked by the use of toilet humor, with references to defecation and flatulence in its artwork, the title track, and "Orgofart". It also displayed a darker, more heavy metal-influenced sound in the songs "Hürtin' Crüe", "Days Are Blood", and "Orgo 51"/5(11).
  7. Although not as excessively as they would on the next album, the Descendents have begun to poorly imitate Black Flag -- here in the shitty punk-metal "Green" and especially the 8-minute confessional "Days Of Blood," an honestly pretty cool jazz/metal tune rendered near-unlistenable by Milo's humiliating mid-song attempt to be Henry Rollins.