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DO NOT TALK TO THE COPS

WHO ever you are , and WHERE ever you are, say ONLY these 5 words to police if taken into custody -
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
Remember these five words.
This will save you in many cases.
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
You can be held for what seems like days and possibly be (physically and mentally) abused by the cops, but DO NOT SPEAK TO THEM other than,
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
even if they stop at your door and ask questions, DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS,
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
The police have stolen from my personal belongings in the past and I wonder if those items will appear in a future crime scene!
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Regent Law Professor James Duane
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Monday, May 25, 2015

Dark Legion rehearsal 1987.

originally posted on Friday, September 27, 2013
 new download link

 These are instrumentals, after Sean Tracey was out of the band, and the band was getting more crossover, slower, gearing more towards heavy metal.
Hard for me to give a comparison.I just find this stuff really catchy and headbangin'.

This kicks ASS, like the first Tygers of Pan Tang LP "Wild Cat", and maybe SACRIFICE starting with their 2nd LP with the mosh/circle pit rhythms.
There is still the slight Cryptic Slaughter quickness that they had on their 1986 demo "Psychosis".

Think the lineup was-
Mark Watts - Vocals/Guitar (Massacre (Can))
Mark Faria - Bass (Death Militia)
Mike Rosenthal - Drums (Sacrifice (Can))

1.Anguished Cries
2.unknown
3.Labyrinth
4.Lifeform
5.Seeker of Souls

vbr (192 to 256 kbps)

Think these riffs/songs were scrapped by the time in early 1988 when they opened for Blind Illusion at the Silver Dollar.
Thanks to mario for letting me copy this tape. (He was good for something, once in a while).
and Thanks to Harry Tong, as I heard he was the only one not too stoned to actually to remember to turn on the ghetto blaster to record this rehearsal.

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