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  1. ‎Album · · 14 Songs. Global Nav 14 Songs, 25 Minutes Preview. Masonic Youth Scared of Chaka Punk ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 I Must (feat. David Hernandez, Dameon Waggoner & Ron Skrasek) 2 Cashed Out (feat. David Hernandez, Dameon Waggoner & Ron Skrasek) 3.
  2. Explore releases from Scared Of Chaka at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Scared Of Chaka at the Discogs Marketplace.
  3. Jan 15,  · scared of chaka - masonic youth lp 1. I Must () 2. Cashed Out () 3. Japan () 4. 5 Side Master () 5. Speedy () 6. Wanna .
  4. 1. Sea Dragon - Scared of Chaka - from Masonic Youth on eMpTy Records (now deceased). So Scared of Chaka is like the second biggest band to emerge from New Mexico. The biggest is the Shins. But Scared of Chaka was better.
  5. Masonic Youth, an album by Scared Of Chaka on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Jun 30,  · Scared Of Chaka released a number of full lengths, 7" EPs, and split records throughout their career for labels like Records, Empty Records, Dirtnap Records and Hopeless Records spin off Sub City Records. With the release of 's Crossing with Switchblades the band called it quits. David Hernandez now plays bass for The Shins.
  7. Scared Of Chaka is a punk rock band based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, which was formed in by guitarist/vocalist David Yanul Hernandez, bass guitarist Dameon Waggoner and drummer Jeff Jones. Jones was later replaced by Ron Skrasek. The band played a Dickies-inspired mix of garage and pop-punk, following in the footsteps of local Albuquerque act the Drags.
  8. Scared Of Chaka were a punk rock band based in Albuquerque, New Mexico who formed in by guitarist/vocalist David Yanul Hernandez, bassist Dameon Waggoner, and drummer Jeff Jones who was later replaced by Ron Skrasek. The band played a Dickies inspired mix of garage and pop-punk, following in the footsteps of local Albuquerque act The Drags.

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