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Class Of Nuke 'Em High 3: The Good, The Bad And The Subhumanoid - Release
... company in 1995 under the label Troma Team Video and Class of Nuke 'Em High 3 was advertised as the company's first major release on VHS ... and only released on video, Class of Nuke 'Em High 3 became legendary not for its content, but for what it represented — that the company had taken a huge step forwards in labeling and marketing ... as one of its biggest sellers, Class of Nuke 'Em High 3 went out of print, and with the decline of video, Troma Entertainment decided not to re-release it because — despite being highly popular with fans ...
Class Of Nuke 'Em High 2: Subhumanoid Meltdown
... Class of Nuke 'Em High Part II Subhumanoid Meltdown is a 1991 sequel to the 1986 minor-hit Class of Nuke 'Em High ...
The F-Ups - Hang 'Em High
... Hang 'Em High Origin Rochester, Minnesota Genres Punk rock, screamo, Rock n roll Years active 2006–2009, 2011 - present Associated acts The F-Ups Dr.noise Jesse and the ... Hang 'Em High released their debut album (called "Hang 'Em High") which is only available on Hang 'Em High's Myspace page for $8.00 ... Hang 'Em High released several YouTube videos under the name of "Doctornoise" ...
List Of Talib Kweli Songs - G
... Get Em High" by Kanye West featuring Common (The College Dropout, 2004) "Get 'Em High (Remix)" by Kanye West featuring Common ("Get 'Em High (Remix)," 2004) "Get Back (Remix)" by Reflection Eternal (Hip Hop ... and Common (The Beautiful Struggle, 2004) "Give 'Em Hell" featuring Coi Mattison and Lyfe Jennings "Go" featuring Ras Kass and Phil da Agony ("Steady Aromatic 2.. ...
List Of Common Songs - G
... One Day It'll All Make Sense, 1997) "Get 'Em High" by Kanye West featuring Talib Kweli (The College Dropout, 2004) "Get 'Em High (Remix)" by Kanye West featuring Talib Kweli ("Get 'Em High (Remix)," 2004) "Geto ...

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