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Take Offense - Tables Will Turn

Saturday at the Strife's Chain Reaction show I picked up some records. Take Offense put out a record two months ago on Reaper Records and I had to get it. When I got home and opened up the record, after studying the layout like we all do, I noticed I had a photo credit. Problem for me was that I didn't recognize any of the photos. I had to go through my pictures online to find out the lyric sheet picture was indeed one of mine. A shot from a Riff Haus show for earlier last year. Here's the record and the pic used. The cherry on top of course is the purple marble color that it came on. For fans of early Agnostic Front, Suicidal Tendencies and Piece by Piece...

Take Offense
Take Offense
Take Offense
Here's a link to their page and the record labels too -


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