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Slapshot

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The remnants of several Boston hardcore bands formed Slapshot in the first ’80s. The music group released its debut, Back again around the Map, in 1984. Albums adopted in 1988 and 1989; the lineup contains vocalist Choke, guitarist Darryl Sheppard, bassist Chris Lauria, and drummer Barry Hite before mid-’90s, when Lauria and Hite remaining.

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Full Name Slap Shot
Music Songs Hang Up Your Boots, Back on the Map, What's at Stake, Step on It, Digital Warfare, 16 Valve Hate, Fuck New York, Get it away, Big Mouth Strikes Again, Punk's Dead, You're Next, Crossover Sucks, Firewalker, White Rabbit, No Friend of Mine, Rap Sucks, Shoot Charlton Heston, Stupid Fucking Kids, Never Trust A Junke, The Day My Thoughts Turned to Murder, Had It With Unity, Might Makes Right, Watch Me Bleed, Teach Me to Kill, It's Happening Today, I've Had Enough, I Knew I'd Lose, Hardcore Rules, Nation of Hate, Dealing With Pennies, Kill It With Fire, You're On My List, Relight the Fire
Albums Sudden Death Overtime, 16 Valve Hate, Live at SO36, Digital Warfare, Unconsciousness, Slapshot, I Believe - EP, Old Tyme Hardcore, Greatest Hits, Slashes and Crosschecks, Back on the Map, Step on It/Back on the Map, Tear It Down, Blast Furnance, Blast Furnace
Nominations Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Foreign Language Film, Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Comedy

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