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  1. Katilar
    May 22,  · Burn No Bridges By Gray Matter. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Burn No Bridges. Featured on Food for Thought / Take It Back. More by Gray Matter. Thog. Double Seven Inch. Starter Kit Volume 2. Snowman lentabowsrofalsu.sterasnoritgitecisemapnicasfa.infoinfo Duration: 2 min.
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  2. Moogut
    Food For Thought () Retrospect, Oscars Eye, Fill A Void, Give Me A Clue, Gray Matter, Caffeine Blues, Crisis And Compromise, Flash In Time, Phobias, I Am The Walrus Take It Back () Chutes And Ladders, Burn No Bridges, Walk The Line, Take It Back, 4 A.M., Head.
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  3. Ganris
    Food for Thought / Take It Back, an album by Gray Matter 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.
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  4. Moogusida
    Jul 15,  · 2. Oscar's Eye 3. Fill A Void 4. Give Me A Clue 5. Gray Matter 6. Caffeine Blues 7. Crisis And Compromise 8. Flash In Time 9. Phobias I Am The Walrus Chutes And Ladders Burn No Bridges Walk The Line Take It Back 4 A.M. .
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  5. Zuzahn
    ‎Formed in the summer from the ashes of several Washington, D.C., area punk bands, Gray Matter's mix of melody and punk power helped key the punk resurgence in the nation's capitol. Consisting of guitarist Mark Haggerty and drummer Dante Ferrando (both of controversial first wave Disch. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
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  6. Nizshura
    Gray Matter; Food for Thought/Take It Back; Burn No Bridges Lyrics you can never go back. But it’s “Burn no bridges to stay warm”. Perhaps to stay warm means to be finally at rest or to experience relief and content. And killing himself will burn a bridge because he can never go back and it will ‘keep him warm’ because it will.
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  7. Voodooktilar
    Jul 31,  · Review: Gray Matter - Food For Thought/Take It Back CD. Review: Gray Matter - Food For Thought/Take It Back CD. Robbie Crash. but retains the melodic aspect of it all. Burn No Bridges maintains the trend of a little harder than most of the first record. It seems a little bit more angry. It's a tad less singy and more impatient and spat out.
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  8. Kazragami
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gray Matter - Food For Thought & Take It Back at Discogs. Complete your Gray Matter collection/5(28).
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  9. Kalrajas
    Gray Matter reformed in the spring of and released a double seven inch in and the full-length, Thog, in The band officially disbanded in Dischord originally re-issued Food For Thought and Take It Back (DIS 49) onto one CD in Genres: Post-hardcore, emo, hardcore punk.
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