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The Points - S/T Album

The Points - S/T Album

Performer: The Points
Title: S/T
Style: Garage Rock, Punk
Released: 2008
Cat#: MUD004
Country: US
Label: Mud Memory Records
Size MP3 version: 1050 mb
Size FLAC version: 2119 mb
Size WMA version: 1311 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 664
Genre: Rock

The Points - S/T Album


1Shes Gotta Know
2Dont Care Much
3Test Me Out
4No Girl
5Feeling Sorry
6I Dont Know About You
9Not Your Man
10Its The End
11Never Trust My Heart
12Lost My Mind


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MUD004The Points S/T ‎(LP)Mud Memory RecordsMUD004US2008


  • Artwork, LayoutCobruh, Evuh
  • Drums, VocalsCobruh
  • EngineerJoe Korzen
  • Guitar, VocalsGeo
  • KeyboardsRebecca
  • Mastered ByTJ Lipple
  • Mixed ByThe Points
  • Photography ByAnthony Smallwood
  • ProducerThe Points


Mud Memory Records © 2008

Recorded at Bumleg Fredericksburg VA
Mastered at Silver Sonja

The album is explicitly named "S/T".


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  • Copyright (c) – Mud Memory Records
  • Recorded At – Bumleg
  • Mastered At – Silver Sonya
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