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The Decline of Western Civilization (1981)

The Decline of Western Civilization
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Alice Bag Band Alice Bag Band
Alice Bag Alice Bag
Lead Singer, The Alice Bag Band
Claude Bessey Claude Bessey
Catholic Discipline / Vocalist
Black Flag Black Flag
Don Bolles Don Bolles
Drummer, The Germs
Dinah Cancer Dinah Cancer
Exene Cervenka Exene Cervenka
'X' - vocals
Circle Jerks Circle Jerks

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