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Agression - Full Circle
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Agression is an American rock band from Silver Strand Beach, Oxnard, California. Agression was one of the founding bands of the Nardcore (Oxnard, California hardcore) scene and an early proponent of the skate punk genre. The band fused skate culture with the punk scene, featuring a song about skateboarding ("Intense Energy") and a Glen E. Friedman photo of Arthur Lake skating a pool on their first and most popular album, Don't Be Mistaken.
The band is known for its fast-paced, aggressive songs such as "Slammin' at the Club", "Money Machine", "Dear John Letter", "Never Alone", "Go to War", and "Locals Only".

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Agression

Emerging out of Oxnard, CA (which was such a hotbed of punk and skate bands that their sound became known as "Nardcore"), Agression consisted of vocalist Mark Hickey, guitarist Henry Knowles, bassist Bob Clark, and various drummers, mostly Larry White. The unit was one of the first groups to be involved with the Better Youth Organization (BYO) Agression was part of the first wave of skatepunk bands to emerge from southern California in the early '80s. Read more on Last.fm


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  • hardcore punk
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