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Roger Miret & The Disasters - My Riot

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  1. My Riot is the third album by Roger Miret and the Disasters. It was released on August 22, on Sailor's Grave Records. This is their first album not released on Hellcat Records. Track listing [ edit ]Producer: Roger Miret.
  2. Roger Miret & The Disasters - My Riot Review by Russ the Punk. Praise Allah for Roger Miret. The semi-underground punk scene - which is getting less and less "under" these days - has needed a few good kicks in the ass and this might be one of them.
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  7. Roger Miret is a pioneer of the New York Hardcore country.dianamathagamarimtrueblade.infoinfo Cuban-born singer joined Agnostic Front in , and the seminal group released classics like United Blood, Victim In Pain and Cause For Alarm over the next several years. Miret also fronts his own solo group, Roger Miret and The country.dianamathagamarimtrueblade.infoinfo: Post Hill Press.
  8. May 03,  · "Let me take you by the hand, back to the streets of New York City," is the opening line from Roger Miret & The Disasters' third album, My country.dianamathagamarimtrueblade.infoinfo Disasters represent a simplistic, nearly autistic honesty rarely seen in music today, for good reason.