Damnation

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
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  • Frontman Tim Armstrong said of this song on the band's MySpace site: "Blown out and abandoned hotel buildings that were once new in the times of great American prosperity. Cold fronts of society's collapse blow in, where poverty and despair now live."
  • Guitarist Lars Frederiksen said: "It's got the Chuck Berry riff on the chorus accompanied with the Greg Ginn attitude."
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