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What You Want - Arsonists* - SRS Presents Arsonists Originals (CDr)

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  1. Kagakree says:
    Sep 13,  · Warnings abound; the news is full of stories about "arsonists" who masquerade as ordinary folks at your door needing help, and next thing you know there's a .
  2. Mezir says:
    When starting over means setting fire to what you know and love. Set deep in a Florida swamp, The Arsonists is a father-daughter tale of grief, loss and redemption. Inspired by the Greek tragedy Electra, this play with music is a contemporary American myth that explores the relationship between parent and child in that small space between.
  3. Daishicage says:
    "They don't really know what remorse is," says Taylor. "They say 'Yes, I did this act.' You say 'My God you burned 5, acres and people had to leave their homes.
  4. Kitaur says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of SRS Presents Arsonists Originals on Discogs.
  5. Mijar says:
    Here are 10 famous arsonists and why they made it on the list: 1. John Orr John Orr was a former fire captain and arson investigator for the Glendale Fire Department in Southern California, and to much surprise, a serial arsonist. During the ’80s and early ’90s, there were.
  6. Dikinos says:
    The group was formed with five members in in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York, as Bushwick Bomb Squad. The main members were Q-Unique, D-Stroy, Freestyle, Swel Boogie and Jise One.
  7. Gorr says:
    Explore releases from The Arsonists at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Arsonists at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. Mikagis says:
    ar·son (är′sən) n. 1. The crime of intentionally and illegally setting fire to a building or other structure. 2. An instance of this crime: a rash of arsons. [Anglo-Norman, from Late Latin ārsiō, ārsiōn-, from Latin ārsus, past participle of ārdēre, to burn; see as- in Indo-European roots.] ar′son·ist n. arsonist a .

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