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Prologue EP

by Tsunami Bomb

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    Prologue is a limited edition 7" on white vinyl. It features two songs from the Definitive Act that were released prior to the full length album. If you went back in time, you would have never heard these songs before. This rare Kung Fu 7" was only available at their live shows and online to members of their street team, the dreaded Bomb Squad. So, essentially, this was only available to terrorists, but now you can have one.

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Prologue is an EP from a limited edition 7" on white vinyl. It features two songs from the Definitive Act that were released prior to the full length album. If you went back in time, you would have never heard these songs before. This rare Kung Fu 7" was only available at their live shows and online to members of their street team, the dreaded Bomb Squad. So, essentially, this was only available to terrorists, but now you can have one.

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released August 1, 2004

mixed by Mike Poorman
mastered by Jeff Lipton
Arwork by Logan Whitehurst & E. Whitehurst
design by E. Whitehurst & Doug Elkins
Songs by Tsunami Bomb

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Tsunami Bomb Petaluma, California

Founded by Dominic Davi in 1998, Tsunami Bomb came out of the Northern California punk scene based around Petaluma, CA. Getting their start from AFI bassist Hunter Burgan's label Checkmate Records, and later Tomato Head Records, Tsunami Bomb would release a number of limited run EP's before signing to Kung Fu Records in 2002. ... more

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Track Name: Safety Song
We were in the graveyard, shovel in hand and digging.
Took one step to the hole, realized it wasn't our time to go.
We still had a lot of work, work to do.
We took cement and filled up that grave again, just like new.
(whoa, whoa, whoa, whooa!)
At the supermarket, didn't know just what we needed.
We searched high and low, then found what it was on aisle 10:
the perfect ingredient for our dead end.
To no surprise, it was quite expensive, but worth the spend.
(whoa, whoa, whoa, whooa!)
Let's not try to foresee what happens now.
All we know is that we're happy somehow.
The timing was just right- nowhere to go but forward now.
We only have one rule: freedom always allowed.
(whoa, whoa, whoa, whooa! whoa, whoa, whoa, whooa!)
Track Name: My Machete
When I first arrived and you see me there,
your hopeful eyes shattered my despair.
Know what we use to be.
No one else in more confused than me.

Oh, I don't want to hurt you anymore.
I drop my machete to the floor.
You look so happy-sad.
I know I can't expect you'll wait for me.

The soft taste of you lips
conjures memories of
a world where petals fall from above.
It seems so far away.
I am lost, to both of our dismay.

Would someone please pass me the key
to this exam that I've written?