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'''Violent Tumor''' was a hardcore band from the mid-80s.  
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'''Violent Tumor''' was a hardcore band from the mid-80s. They released one record which was pretty well received but isn't very well known. 
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== Members ==
 
== Members ==
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== Releases ==
 
== Releases ==
[[Image:VT-CD-Front.JPG|right|thumb|125px|cover of VT CD]]
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[[Image:Violent Tumor-7A.jpg|right|200px]]
[[Image:VT-CD-Back.JPG|right|thumb|125px|Back VT CD]]
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[[Image:Violent Tumor-7B.jpg|right|thumb|125px|Back VT sleeve]]
  
 
* '''''Self Titled 7"''''' (Tumor Head Records, [[1986]])
 
* '''''Self Titled 7"''''' (Tumor Head Records, [[1986]])
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** Likely a bootleg or anthology
 
** Likely a bootleg or anthology
 
** Same tracks as the 7"
 
** Same tracks as the 7"
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Revision as of 21:47, 6 February 2009

Violent Tumor was a hardcore band from the mid-80s. They released one record which was pretty well received but isn't very well known.


Members

Releases

Violent Tumor-7A.jpg
Back VT sleeve
  • Self Titled 7" (Tumor Head Records, 1986)
    • Quite Rare
    • Recorded by Bob Kaider at Lake Recording, Maywood IL
  1. Abortion
  2. Basket Case
  3. Problems
  4. 99 Floors
  5. Runnin Machine
  6. Welcome Home
  7. Tool Box
  8. Army Song


  • Self Titled CD (Tumor Head, 1986)
    • Likely a bootleg or anthology
    • Same tracks as the 7"


External Links